• Ryan Danger – Ducati Monster 1100

    by  • July 14, 2013 • Ducati, Monster, Motorcycle • 2 Comments

    RD-Ducati-Monster-1100-01This Ducati Monster 1100 build by Ryan Danger is the 2011 Ducati Monster Challenge winner. The format of the 2011 Monster Challenge was rather simple. Owners of new-generation Ducati Monsters (696, 796 and 1100 models) submitted their custom builds through an on-line portal within ducaticommunity.com. Members of the community voted and chose four finalists who were awarded an incredible Ducati MotoGP experience for two to the 2011 Indianapolis GP. All four finalist’s bikes were displayed on Ducati Island throughout the weekend and attendees voted for their favorites. After three days of voting, Ryan Danger and his custom Monster were awarded top prize on the Ducati Island main stage.

    RD-Ducati-Monster-1100-02

    Taking a 2009 Ducati Monster 1100 and reworking most of the parts is a bold move. Sticking a 300mm rear tire on a Ducati Monster 1100 is a down right sacrilege for most Ducati fans. Most of the time we see this type of customizations on the Japanese bikes, and these type of mods render a bike useless. It’s definitely different. I thought the 240 rear tire on the Diavel was ridiculous but when you see this 300 on this rather svelte Monster 1100 it’s another story. For this build Ryan Danger contracted Wayne Ransom to build the one-off tubular hand-made single-sided swing arm as well as the offset-drive with carrier bearing support and a hand-made stainless steel exhaust with re-buildable exhaust canisters.

    RD-Ducati-Monster-1100-03

    The hand-made gauge pods and headlight bracket were also made by Wayne Ransom. A slew of accessories from CNC Racing, Rizoma, SpeedyMoto and Woodcraft adorn this Ducati Monster 1100. Overall it is an interesting build, a real conversation starter. However for the Ducati die hard fans this build can very easily be categorized as one of the useless builds with all looks and no functionality. Check out the gallery for the rest of the pictures and don’t be gentle on criticizing Ryan Danger’s – Ducati Monster 1100 Wayne Ransom Edition build.

    Specs for the Build:

    • Ransom one-off tubular hand-made single-sided swing arm
    • Ransom one-off, offset-drive with carrier bearing support (NO JACKSHAFT)
    • Ransom one-off hand-made stainless steel exhaust with re-buildable exhaust canisters
    • Ransom one-off hand-made-gauge pods
    • Ransom one-off hand made-headlight bracket
    • PIAA Custom Headlight setup – 2 low-1 high
    • PM Heathen contrast cut wheels – 18 inch F/R – 300mm R
    • Heathen contrast cut brake rotors (Front- w/ Stock Brembo calipers)
    • Dakota Gauges (Digital) (Stock gauges- relocated to rear- under seat)
    • Rizoma Bar ends and grips
    • Rizoma Gas Cap
    • Woodcraft 2 Piece split clip-ons
    • Upgraded Brake lines
    • Upgraded Brake and Clutch Reservoirs with custom mounts
    • Speedy Moto Clutch Cover
    • Speedy Moto Pressure Plate
    • CNC Adjustable Rear Sets
    • CNC Racing Oil Plug Thumb Screw
    • CNC Racing Flange Nuts
    • CNC Racing Rear Brake Reservoir Cover
    • CNC racing Alternator Cover Type 2
    • AEM Sprocket Carrier Cover
    • Bitubo Steering Damper (Frame Mounted)
    • Power Commander V
    • K&N Filters
    • Custom coated spring (Stock suspension)
    • Custom license plate bracket and mount

    Via: Ryan Danger
    Photos: Eric Hsueh

    About

    Founder of il Ducatista and avid Ducati fan.

    http://il-ducatista.com

    2 Responses to Ryan Danger – Ducati Monster 1100

    1. Tom S
      July 17, 2013 at 3:15 pm

      Curious about how the Dakota gauges work? Are they connected to the Power Commander V, or something else?

    2. July 18, 2013 at 9:32 am

      I believe they connect into the wiring harness. So you kind of have to hack your harness to connect these.