Everything else is typical Ducati Scrambler, meaning fit and finish is 100-percent solid. The bike simply sounds, looks, and feels great. That’s not me trying to be nice, either; I really do think the Scrambler boys knocked this one out of the park. Sure, it’s no dirt bike, and the really, really technical stuff is going to be tougher than it would on a true dual sport. Weight and a wide front tire will do that. But. BUT, base your expectations around the concept of scrambling, and I promise that you will be blown away. We’ve, up until now, accepted that a scrambler can be just a style or look. But the Desert Sled changes that. It’s a legitimate bike for on- or off-road riding, and it still looks the part, too.