Ducati revealed a customized Scrambler inspired by the company’s Pantah Ice racebikes. Produced by Dario Lopez Studio, the Ducati Scrambler Artika will make its public debut at the Verona Motor Show alongside the Revolution and Peace Sixty2 customs.

The original Pantah Ice was originally produced for ice racing competition in the late ’70s and early ’80s. The Artika’s yellow and blue paint job matches that of the Pantah Ice on display at the Ducati Museum in Borgo Panigale, Italy.

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Unlike the Revolution and Peace Sixty2, the Artika is based on the 803cc Scrambler Icon, but with the Urban Enduro’s front fender. Like the Pantah Ice, the Artika sports chunky studded Pirelli tires. The headlight was replaced by a number plate (#2 to follow the #1 plate of the Pantah Ice in the Ducati Museum). As with the Pantah Ice, holes were cut out of the numbered plate to route wiring. Dario Lopez Studio also added a more traditionally scrambler-style high exhaust.

[Source: Ducati]