Ducati’s 2021 Scrambler lineup gets a new member in the form of the Desert Sled Fasthouse, a limited-edition version of the Desert Sled built to commemorate the Italian manufacturer’s victory at The Mint 400 desert race.
In collaboration with fashion brand Fasthouse, Ducati took victory in the Hooligan class of The Mint 400 with off-road rider Jordan Graham at the helm. In celebration of winning one of America’s most prestigious off-road races, the two brands have announced the special-edition Scrambler dedicated to those who love challenges and off-road rides.
Functionally identical to the regular Desert Sled, the Desert Sled Fasthouse is powered by the same 803cc Desmodromic L-twin engine capable of 73hp and 66.2Nm of torque and is held aloft by adjustable Kayaba suspension with a 46mm diameter fork. While having the same 19-inch front and 17-inch rear wheel size as the standard Desert Sled, the Fasthouse gets special black spoked wheels that come shod in Pirelli Scorpion Rally STR tires.
To distinguish the limited-run units, the Fasthouse receives a slew of special touches and tweaks. The steel trellis frame in Ducati red is garnished with a limited-edition plate that displays the bike’s serial number out of 800. A brand-new dedicated seat with an anti-slip cover is equipped to guarantee comfortable riding in all conditions. The bike’s livery is a homage to the machines that competed in the Mint 400, finished in a menacing black and gray geometric design with Scrambler and Fasthouse logos.
SRP for the Ducati Desert Sled Fasthouse is at $12,295 (about P595,200). No word yet on whether or not any of the 800 units will be sold on our shores.