The Canberra Motorcycle Centre is one of five finalists in Ducati’s “Custom Rumble” competition. The competition had official Ducati dealers from around the world design and build a custom bike based on the Ducati Scrambler. The various dealers started work on their specials last September, and posted videos and photos of their work in progress over the course of several months. The finalists were decided by the public through online voting on Instagram from late October through to the end of January. One finalist has been selected from each continent (except for Antarctica of course!), and they are: “Iron lungs” produced by Warsaw Liberty Moto (Poland); “Ice Track Pro” from Canadian creative workshop Bow Cycle North; “Scrambobber” made in Thailand by Ducati Vibhavadi; “ScramblArabia” built by Wheels of Arabia in Bahrain, and “Scramblegale” created by the Canberra Motorcycles Centre. The finalists will now take their creations to “World Ducati Week”, the world’s largest gathering for motorcyclists and Ducatisti that takes place at Misano Adriatico in Italy from 1st to 3rd July, 2016. A jury of expert designers, motorcyclists and customisers will decide the winner during the event. Australia’s finalist was prepared by the team of skilled mechanics and custom bike experts at Garage 30 Customs, the custom division of the Canberra Motorcycle Centre. Canberra Motorcycle Centre is the largest motorcycle dealership in the ACT and has been operating for over 25 years. Among the other bikes customised by the team is a Victory Hammer S, Kawasaki W800 and ZX-6 and Ducati Scrambler Full Throttle.
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