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Top 5 Ducati Monster Customs

The Ducati Monster is one of the most iconic motorcycles of all time. Since it went on sale in 1993, over 275,000 have rolled out of the Bologna factory—and they’ve kept Ducati financially stable over the past two decades. The first Monster, the M900, used a version of the air-cooled 900SS engine and pumped out […]

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1980 Ducati 860 Corsa

By 1973, prospects for Ducati in Formula 750 looked bleak thanks to the rise of the two-strokes. As a result, Fabio Taglioni decided to focus on endurance racing, which did not have any engine restrictions. By fitting the 86-mm racing pistons from the 450 single to the 750 V-twin, an 864-cc engine was created and […]

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Ducati Sport 1000 custom revival

I’m a huge fan of Ducati’s Sport 1000 and was disappointed to see them go when they ceased their production in 2010. The Sport 1000 took inspiration from the 750 Sport of the seventies and was one of the few factory made Cafe Racer styled bikes on market. With a seat designed for one, clip on bars, bar end […]

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Louis75 Jubiläumsbike Ducati

If you live in mainland Europe and ride a motorcycle, you’ve probably bought parts or accessories from a company called Louis. The Hamburg-based company is Europe’s largest moto retailer, and it’s just celebrated its 75th anniversary. To mark the occasion, Louis commissioned Marcus Walz to build a custom bike—and asked for ‘a machine that combines […]

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1978 Ducati 900 “Sport” Custom

A few years back Rene Waters custom 1978 Ducati 900 GTS was getting some great online press, appearing on the likes of Bike Exif and Pipeburn and rightly so, it was a stunning build. Notice though that I said it “was” a stunning build. In an unfortunate twist of fate the bike was written off […]

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Ducati S4R custom

 Italian automotive designer Paolo Tesio has reworked Ducati’s iconic Monster into an even more desirable machine, transforming its looks with remarkably few modifications. This custom is based on a Ducati Monster S4R, which was sold between 2003 and 2008 in most markets. It was the top of the range Monster at the time, with a […]

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Commonwealth Games: Ducati Diavel Turbo is ready to play

A 236bhp turbo Diavel should be just the thing for a relaxed, lazy weekend… Based in Louisville, Kentucky, in the US, Commonwealth Motorcycles have built something that nobody else in the world has – a turbocharged Ducati Diavel. With 162bhp and 127Nm of torque from its 1198cc ‘Testastretta’ L-Twin, it’s not like the stock Diavel […]

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How Custom Is Your Ducati?

   Posted by ILDUCATISTA This beautiful 2007 1098 Cafe Fighter owned by Alonzo Bodden was designed and built by Nick Anglada of  Nick Anglada Originals Inc. from Oakland, Florida. The 1098 Alonzo fell in love with was purchased mainly as a track motorcycle that was later laid down due to a highsider at Buttonwillow in June of 2010, […]

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