Daniel Zalewski
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The Ducati SportClassic was a bike ahead of its time—a machine that married retro café-style looks with thoroughly modern performance. It’s now in hot demand on the secondhand market, and a favorite with custom builders looking for a rock-solid platform with ‘good bones.’   This SportClassic is the work of Texas-based Revival Cycles, and it’s more heavily modified than most.

The Ducati SportClassic was a bike ahead of its time—a machine that married retro café-style looks with thoroughly modern performance. It’s now in hot demand on the secondhand market, and a favorite with custom builders looking for a rock-solid platform with ‘good bones.’ This SportClassic is the work of Texas-based Revival Cycles, and it’s more heavily modified than most.

Ten years ago, Ducati caused a flurry of interest in the custom world with its International Design Contest. The winner was an unknown young German designer called Jens vom Brauck, with a stunning concept called ‘Flat Red.’   Vom Brauck now runs the custom workshop JvB-Moto and he's just released Flat Red II, based on the Ducati Monster 1100. Could this be the greatest custom Ducati of the 21st century so far?

Ten years ago, Ducati caused a flurry of interest in the custom world with its International Design Contest. The winner was an unknown young German designer called Jens vom Brauck, with a stunning concept called ‘Flat Red.’ Vom Brauck now runs the custom workshop JvB-Moto and he's just released Flat Red II, based on the Ducati Monster 1100. Could this be the greatest custom Ducati of the 21st century so far?

No one does that raw, retro racer look as well as Radical Ducati. The Madrid workshop channels a very appealing vintage aesthetic—and then backs it up with serious performance upgrades.  Pepo Rosell and Reyes Ramon build Ducatis that go as fast as they look. This is their latest, nicknamed ‘Endurance 2013’ and based on a 1997 Ducati Monster M900. It’s dripping with upgrades, starting with a blueprinted engine fitted with ported heads and hooked up to a lightweight flywheel for extra snap.

No one does that raw, retro racer look as well as Radical Ducati. The Madrid workshop channels a very appealing vintage aesthetic—and then backs it up with serious performance upgrades. Pepo Rosell and Reyes Ramon build Ducatis that go as fast as they look. This is their latest, nicknamed ‘Endurance 2013’ and based on a 1997 Ducati Monster M900. It’s dripping with upgrades, starting with a blueprinted engine fitted with ported heads and hooked up to a lightweight flywheel for extra snap.

Ducati Multistrada “Biuta”

Ducati Multistrada “Biuta”

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Ducati Monster 900 custom

Ducati Monster 900 custom

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Ducati Multistrada “Biuta”

Ducati Multistrada “Biuta”