Diminutive Italian manufacturer Borile presented at the 2011 EICMA a new model: the B450 Scrambler.
Loyal to its style, Borile unveiled this vintage looking motorcycle which – as the name suggests – is quite reminiscent of the Ducati model that became a big success in the US in the 60s and 70s.
As for now, the only known features of the model are bore and stroke (98×60), electric starter, 19″ front wheel and 18″ rear wheel with disc brakes, Weber-Marelli electronic injection and removable gearbox.
The B450 Scrambler will be equipped with the a Borile engine, Ducati from the cases up.
At the last EICMA Borile also introduced a range of frames called ‘Bastard’ (suitable for old Ducati, Norton and other motorcycles) and is already on the market with other models such as the small Multiuso and the limited edition B500 Ricki.
To find out more about this company and its offerings, check out their official website.
View Borile at the 2011 EICMA photo gallery