Ducati’s largest Scrambler displaces 1,079cc and is available in three closely related configurations, including the Scrambler 1100, the Scrambler 1100 Special, and the Scrambler 1100 Sport. They all cluster under the general umbrella of naked bikes or standards, which means simplicity, versatility, and style. Power comes from an air-cooled, desmodromic 90-degree V-twin, which is stuffed inside one of Ducati’s trademark steel trellis frames. Serving the Scrambler design doctrine, the big exhausts first snake down and under the bike, then turn up inside the gull-type swingarm before jutting rearward near the seat. A small but essential electronic array helps riders control the claimed 86 hp, including selectable riding modes, traction control, and cornering ABS.