• Ducati 999S by Venier Customs

    by  • January 28, 2014 • 0 Comments

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    This Custom Ducati 999S aka 999VX was built by Venier Customs from Brooklyn, New York via Treviso. Venier Customs is the shop of Stefano Venier and he is the owner and head designer of the company. Stefano started to modify and drive motorcycles from an early age, always customizing whatever motorcycle or moped he was riding or getting his hands on. After a master’s degree in product design and years of experience in the field, his old passion became his main business.… Read the rest

    Ducati Monster 900 – Hazan Motorworks

    by  • December 31, 2013 • 2 Comments

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    This custom Ducati Monster 900 comes from the shop of Maxwell Hazan, Hazan Motorworks from Brooklyn, NY. Max builds bikes with the intent to keep them, yet somehow his works of art find their home across the world. To Max, motorcycles are an artistic medium. He approaches the process of building a bike as if it were a painting or a sculpture, each part is the same as a brush stroke.… Read the rest

    Ducati GT1000 – Houston Superbikes

    by  • December 26, 2013 • 0 Comments

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    This custom Ducati GT1000 comes to us via Houston Superbikes, from Texas, the home of BBQ, guns and some of the hottest girls US has to offer (I can vouch for that). Houston SBK has been around since 2005 and they are known for providing enthusiasts with a diverse line of high performance bikes, parts and apparel as they are the region’s premier all Italian motorcycle dealership. They also boast a state of the art showroom complete with an in-house Moto Café to get your motorcycle and caffeine fix before you hit the twisties.… Read the rest

    Ducati SportClassic by Shed X

    by  • December 1, 2013 • 0 Comments

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    Here is another beautiful Ducati SportClassic custom by Shed X. According to Neil their client Russell a.k.a. Rusty dropped in his totally stock SC after seeing their first build “ Bastardo”. Rusty wanted his Sport Classic to lose some weight but asked that it visually remain a sport classic, the tank, headlight and rear tail profile had to stay thus making the sub frame was a grinder free zone. Neil and Jim tried two after market sport classic tails but were not happy with either so after a bit of cutting and shunting they laid up their own version (which they now sell), it’s a lot slimmer than stock and hugs the standard sub frame.… Read the rest

    Ducati Sport 1000 “Louis 75″ by Walzwerk

    by  • November 22, 2013 • 1 Comment

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    When Louis, Europe’s no.1 retailer for motorcycle clothing, helmets and accessories decided to build the perfect bike for their upcoming 75th anniversary they contacted Marcus Walz of Walzwerk Racing. The concept behind the build was that Marcus should take a bone stock Ducati Sport 1000 and converted in five steps from a series bike into a modern cafe racer. To make things more interesting the five steps gave Louis friends, website visitors and Facebook friends the opportunity to vote on the basic concept for wheels, handlebars, instruments and last but not least the paint scheme of the Ducati.… Read the rest

    Ducati Sport Classic 1000 Biposto by Kerozin

    by  • November 20, 2013 • 3 Comments

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    This Ducati Sport Classic 1000 was built by Kerozin, a shop out of Toulouse, France. Kerozin specializes in cafe racers, bratstyle, bobbers, scramblers and bicycles. The company was founded in 2009 and they have a beautiful eclectic mix of builds under their belt. The project was started in June of 2011 and after months of labour this beautiful machine was unveiled. Now don’t get me wrong I absolutely love the Ducati Sport Classic in its natural form, however when I see one that’s been tricked out a bit, it makes me want one even more.… Read the rest