In the 70s, scrambling erupted with
force all over Europe and was present in a multitude of
demonstrations. To own and enjoy one of these two-wheeled
wonders was to participate in the myth of American motorcycling.
With scramblers came a philosophy of life, On-Road,
where basically the universe revolved around a bike. The
Scrambler signified liberty and for three
decades came to symbolise something of an icon of youth
Derbi's selection of the name 'Mulhacén' has not
been made without reason. The 3482 metre high mountain
of the Iberian Peninsula, with the highest forest track
in Europe, invites conventionalists to exceed
limits and touch the sky, with just the motorcycle for
company, soaking up the nature and freedom of the surroundings.