1970 Ducati 350 Scrambler

  Prev  

1970 Ducati 350 Scrambler Pictures

The Ducati 350 Scrambler was considered a tame Ducati, despite its relative speed and quickness.
The Ducati 350 Scrambler was considered a tame Ducati, despite its relative speed and quickness.

Though the 1970 Ducati 350 Scrambler motorcycle didn't carry Ducati's famed desmodromic valvetrain, it did have bevel-gear cam drive.

The speedometer needle's movement was "reversed."
The speedometer needle's movement was "reversed."
Single-valve Ducatis such as the Scrambler lasted until 1973, when V-twins gained popularity.
Single-valve Ducatis such as the Scrambler lasted until 1973, when V-twins gained popularity.
The bevel-gear cam drive is evident inside the black ring at the top of the engine.
The bevel-gear cam drive is evident inside the black ring at the top of the engine.

For more great motorcycle articles and pictures, check out:

  • 1
  • 2