Ducati's Scrambler line of air-cooled motorcycles has spawned some extremely lovable, beginner-friendly bikes.

Typically, for someone on the larger size of the height/weight spectrum, a cafe racer-style bike is just code for "wildly uncomfortable."

Sure, this makes the bikes look sleek as all hell, but it's a very physically taxing design to ride.

The high-mounted foot controls are great for providing more lean angle and getting your body weight down on top of the tank, but crampy legs are no fun when riding in traffic.

The other massive feather in the Scrambler line's cap is the 803 cubic-centimeter, air-cooled, desmo two-valve twin-cylinder engine.

That's especially good because this engine sounds magical in its upper registers.

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