TOP TEN SCRAMBLERS (part II)

Continuando nuestra anterior entrada con otras cinco Scramblers, hoy os traemos el resto de las diez motos customizadas de campo más destacables para La Urbana Bike.

Continuing our previous post with other five Scramblers, today we bring to you the rest of the most remarkable offroad custom bikes for La Urbana Bike.

6.TON-UP PURE

Esta motocicleta, construida por nuestros amigos Ton Up Garage en Oporto, remarca los elementos fundamentales de una moto de campo con esos neumáticos de tacos marcados, esos escapes “peashooter” y el faro en color blanco, y esos masivos motor boxer y depósito con un trabajo de pintura de lo más elegante.

This motorcycle, built by our friends Ton Up Garage of Porto, remerks the essential elements of an off-road bike with those big motocross tires, thos white peashooter exhaust and front light, and those massive boxer engine and ellegant painted fuel tank.scrambler,motorcycle,custom,bmw,ton up garage

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7.DEUS EX MACHINA SR400

Nos encanta este concepto de kit realizado por Deus Ex Machina para la Yamaha SR 400. Como ellos mismos lo definen, 1/3 offroad, 1/3 scrambler y 1/3 XT 500 (la mítica primera moto “trail”). Por unos 4.500 € puedes hacerte con el completo kit y tener tu propia Yamaha Yard Built. Tiene pinta de ser muy divertida!

We love the concept of the kit that Deus Ex Machina has released for the Yamaha SR 400. As they claim, it is 1/3 offroad, 1/3 scrambler and 1/3 XT 500 – the legendary first trail bike. For 4.500 € you can have your own Yamaha Yard Built. The bike looks really fun to ride!scrambler,motorcycle,custom,deus,sr400,deus ex machina

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8.ICON QUARTER MASTER

Para acabar con cualquier rescoldo de la guerra fría, aquí tenemos a la Icon Quarter Master, un coloso realizado en los Estados Unidos por Icon sobre la base de una ex-soviética Ural. El proyecto de colaboración entre ambos tenía la finalidad de aumentar la autonomía y las posibilidades en el monte de la Ural Solo, el único modelo sin sidecar del fabricante ruso.

Ready to kill any rest of the cold war, the Icon Quarter Master has just arrived. It is a beast built in the USA on an ex-soviet Ural basis. The collaborative project between both sides had the target of increasing the long distance off road capacities of the Ural Solo, the only non sidecar model of the russian maker.scrambler,motorcycle,custom,icon 1000,ural

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9.BLONDEZILLA

Necesitábamos una Harley Davidson scrambler en este grupo! La más cool es sin duda la que se ha hecho con sus propias manos Alicia Elfving, más conocida como The Moto Lady. Esta bloguera norteamericana convirtió una Sportster 883 del 2001 en esta maravilla llena de detalles molones, como la parrilla sobre el depósito o el escape tipo caja de DP Customs oculto bajo el motor. Lee más sobre el proceso constructivo en The Moto Lady.

We needed a Harley Davidson scrambler in this list! And the coolest of them all is for sure the one that Alicia Elfving aka The Moto Lady has made with her own hands. This american blogger turned a Sportster 883 into this wonder full of details, as the grid on the tank top or the box type exhaust by DP Customs under the engine. Read more about the building process at The Moto Lady.scrambler,motorcycle,custom,harley davidson,blondezilla,moto ladyscrambler,motorcycle,custom,harley davidson,blondezilla,moto lady

10.ANALOG SUPER SCRAMBLER

Y, para terminar, la Super Scrambler. Coincidiendo con el lamzamiento de la Ducati Scrambler, en Analog Motorcycles quisieron hacer su propia versión: que pasaría si Ducati hubiese lanzado una 900 Scramblr en 1975? El resultado recuerda bastante a la original Ducati Scrambler 350 de los 70, pero con la mala leche de todo un bicilíndrico de Bologna de 900 cc. Dan ganas de perderse con ella por las Montañas Rocosas.

And last, but not least, the Super Scrambler. At the same time the Ducati Scrambler was launched last year, at Analog Motorcycles they decided to make their own version: What if Ducati had launched a 900 Scrambler back in 1975? The result reminds quite a lot to an original 350 Scrambler from the seventies, but adding all the grunt from a twin cylinder from Bologna. One would like to get lost with her in the Rocky Mountains.scrambler,motorcycle,custom,ducati,analog motorcycles

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