What kind of bike is a Ducati cafe racer?

What kind of bike is a Ducati cafe racer?

The bike I’ve listed here is a real classic Ducati cafe racer, based on a 1983 Ducati Pantah 600. The bike is called Bol d’Or as a reference of its endurance-theme, a style Jose uses a lot for his projects.

What kind of engine is in a Ducati 900SS?

The bike is based off a Ducati 1974 Ducati 750 Sport, with an old race engine that Woolie found in a crate, wedged into a custom frame that was built by Jeff Cole. The design is immediately recognizable as one of…

What kind of car is a cafe racer?

A spectacular Ducati designed to celebrate Alpinestars’ 55th anniversary, a Kawasaki GPX 600 R built by a lecturer in economics, an electric dragster from Alta, and a cafe racer rocking horse from Germany.

What kind of bike is XTR pepo cafe racer?

Jose was part of the former Radical Ducati, so he has a strong relationship with the Italian brand. After Radical Ducati, Jose started his own workshop called XTR Pepo. The bike I’ve listed here is a real classic Ducati cafe racer, based on a 1983 Ducati Pantah 600.

This 900cc Ducati cafe racer was built as the demonstration model for an extremely limited series of bikes. In typical Walt style, no stone went unturned during the rebuild resulting in a bike anyone would be happy to call their own.

When did Walt Siegl build the cafe racer?

No Ducati cafe racer top 10 would be complete without at least one Walt Siegl build. Mr Siegl has built countless jaw-dropping custom Ducati’s but this bike made its debut here way back in 2013. This 900cc Ducati cafe racer was built as the demonstration model for an extremely limited series of bikes.

Where did the idea for the cafe racer come from?

Italy’s South Garage found inspiration for their Ducati cafe racer project in the lines of the legendary Norton Manx. The build started with a Ducati Monster S4R. After stripping away the bodywork they fabricated their own fibreglass alternative tank and tail inspired by those of the Manx.

Where did John Ball make the Ducati 748?

This stunning Ducati 748 dressed in Gulf Racing livery is the work of IT professional and Ducatista, John Ball. To complete this project John trailered the bike hundreds of miles to Denton Moto in Texas. There he worked tirelessly for 3 days with his old riding buddies to complete all of the fabrication work.

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