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Ducati Hypermotard custom

Dan Aspel, 01 February 2011 12:01

From insurance write-off to back-road scratcher, this customised Hypermotard is proof of what a little dedication and imagination can produce. Bought for a pittance after a low-side crash deemed to costly to repair, owner Michael Vis had a new tank, sub-frame and exhaust fabricated. The big challenge was keeping the bike's lean, edgy look while making the most of suitable ...

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Radical Ducati GT1000 special

Andy Downes, 06 January 2011 16:56

This stunning Ducati is the work of Spanish Ducati specialists Radical Ducati and gives a complete retro café racer look to the Ducati GT1000 Sport Classic. Find a Ducati GT1000 for sale Radical Ducati specialises in tweaking and tuning Ducatis and has plenty of experience in taking standard bikes of all types and making them different.   This bike is called ...

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Ducati 999 beach racer

Pierre Galpin, 12 July 2010 15:00

Developed on the base of a second-hand Ducati 999 this bike was made for high speed beach runs (as its name hints). Created by Haldane’s Motorcycles in New Zealand this bike is equipped with a fully adjustable Nemesis race ECU, which is front-mounted with the battery case and waterproofed, a custom wiring loom, MX top-clamp and bars, a custom race ...

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Ducati Monster 1100s given custom make over

Rob Hull, Liam Marsden, 27 January 2009 12:00

Ducati USA marked the arrival of the new Ducati Monster 1100 by throwing down the gauntlet to their dealer network to create the ultimate Monster, in just three weeks! The new-look Monster 1100 emerged in dealers in the US a week ago, and to celebrate Ducati challenged 106 of their dealers to raid the official parts catalogue and rope in ...

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Dustbin Ducati

Chris Newbigging, 10 January 2008 10:17

You wouldn't believe it but  the motorcycle underneath this bizarre hand beaten metal dustbin fairing is a Ducati Monster! The bizarre creation was seen being used by an untraced rider in the US, so little more is known about the machine, but it's hard to imagine the air-cooled engine getting much cooling air through the enclosed aluminium body! Click here ...

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Radical Ducati Cafe Racer

Ben Purvis, 09 January 2008 10:30

Spanish tuner Radical Ducati is set to launch its first complete homologated road bike later this month - the RAD 02 Cafe Racer. Designed around Ducati's two-valve and three-valve V-twin engines, the bike has been developed around two versions of Radical Ducati's own frame, in either aluminium or steel. The aluminium frame weighs just 4.1kg, while the steel version is ...

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Never-raced 500GP prototype

Chris Newbigging, 04 July 2007 14:31

THE Ducati motorcycle heritage stand at World Ducati Week, exhibited a 1970’s 500GP prototype that never made it to a racing grid.   The 90-degree air cooled v-twin used the tried and tested desmodromic valve system, but couldn’t compete with the multi-cylinder bikes.    

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Military Monster at World Ducati Week

Chris Newbigging, 04 July 2007 13:24

The Italian military were on hand at World Ducati Week to take Troy Bayliss for a spin in a helicopter gunship, and brought this military-themed 900 Monster.     Painted in olive-green, the bike also featured straight through exhausts and military-themed details such as missile shaped indicators.

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Sheene tribute Monster

Chris Newbigging, 04 July 2007 12:36

Barry Sheene never raced any Ducati motorcycle, let alone a Monster.     So quite why the great man was the inspiration for this retro-themed Monster is anyone’s guess. But it’s hard to deny that it looks great anyway. Originally a modern 916-powered Monster S4, the motorcycle has been transported back in time, with 1970’s style details such as the braced tubular ...

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Kijima Monster S4R

Ben Purvis, 07 April 2007 09:00

While most top-end European tuners specialise in making Japanese bikes go faster, in Japan the trend is to take expensive and exotic European machines and make them even more exclusive. Kojima’s Ducati S4R is a perfect example. Revealed at the Tokyo Motorcycle show, it’s based on the stock Monster S4R, the bike is completely transformed with the addition of a ...

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