Italian motorcycle maker Ducati isn’t exactly known for off-road races, but last year, Jordon Graham did the brand proud by taking the podium in the Hooligan class of the Mint 400, America’s oldest and most prestigious off-road race, with a Desert Sled.

Scrambler Ducati Desert Sled Fasthouse

It is a big deal and one worthy of commemorating. And commemorate Scrambler Ducati did with the limited and numbered edition Desert Sled Fasthouse.

As the off-road bike’s namesake suggests, it is also created to celebrate a collaboration between Ducati Scrambler and the American clothing brand, Fasthouse.

Scrambler Ducati Desert Sled Fasthouse

Built on a Ducati Scrambler Desert Sled base, this model features a special livery that replicates that of the bikes used in the race and along with the scrambler is, of course, a capsule collection of Ducati Scrambler Fasthouse apparel.

As far as the limited edition goes, livery is not the only thing this desert two-wheeler has to offer.

Scrambler Ducati Desert Sled Fasthouse

The Scrambler Ducati Desert Sled Fasthouse further features an aluminum limited edition nameplate (a very stylish one, if I may add), a brand new dedicated seat with anti-slip cover and striking steel tube trellis frame in Ducati Red.

The rest of the features and specs are basically carried over from the Desert Sled.

Scrambler Ducati Desert Sled Fasthouse

These include a 803cc electronic fuel injection L-Twin air-cooled motor producing 73 HP and 66.2 Nm of torque, 6-speed transmission, stainless steel exhaust and aluminum tail pipes, black spoked wheels (19” front; 17” rear) wrapped in Pirelli Scorpion Rally STR tires, high front mudguard, extended rear fender, high plate holder, variable cross-section handlebar, and adjustable Kayaba Suspensions with 46 mm fork and 200 mm excursion.

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The Scrambler Ducati Desert Sled Fasthouse has a limited run of just 800 units. No pricing was offered, but if you down, you can learn more HERE and also get in touch with Scrambler Ducati.

All images courtesy of Ducati.

Published by Mike

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