Ducati revealed a bobber-style Scrambler Sixty2 by Milan-based builder Officine Mermaid. Displayed alongside the Peace Sixty2 and Artika, the Revolution Scrambler will be showcased at the Verona Motor Bike Expo this weekend.

The Revolution features custom-made fork yokes, plate holder and leather single-seat. The Scrambler Sixty2’s stock 18″ rear wheel was swapped out for a 17-incher, matching the front wheel, while various non-essential elements such as the timing belt cover were removed. Other features include a wrapped exhaust and gold pin-striping to offset the otherwise all-black color scheme.

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Officine Mermaid founder Dario Mastroianni named the custom “Revolution” describing the sweeping changes the firm made to the Sixty2. Ducati didn’t mention why the number 68 was featured in the motif, though it may be a reference to the year Ducati introduced the second series Scrambler 250 and 350.

[Source: Ducati]