Introduction The Ducati Monster is a motorcycle that was designed by Miguel Galluzzi as his personal interpretation of what Marlon Brando would ride if the film “The Wild One” was filmed in the modern day. He can’t possibly have known when he drew the initial outlines how staggeringly successful his design would go on…
This Ducati 1098S custom by shedX represents an entirely new take on the 1098S – a bike hitherto considered to be a faired sportbike largely designed for the track. The owner of the original 1098S had contacted the talented team at Syndey’s shedX after seeing one of their previous creations – the Bastardo. His original…
Despite what you may be thinking, this motorcycle actually started life as a 1997 Ducati M900 Monster. The Spanish team at Radical Ducati have become world leaders at taking bikes from the slightly boring end of the Ducati gene pool and turning them into the sort of machines that’d make Cthulhu tuck his tail and…
This is the Ducati Manx by Rad Ducati, it’s based on a 2007, 800cc Monster but as you can see, it’s been fairly heavily tweaked. The primary changes to the bike are the new fuel tank and seat, both available in kit form as either glass fibre (€600) or carbon fibre (€800), they’re designed to bolt onto standard Ducati Monster models including the 620, 695, 1000 Ie, S4, S2R 80 and S2R 1000.
Walt Siegl is a highly influential motorcycle builder based in New Hampshire – he’s been based in the Granite State since 2007 and he’s been directly responsible for some of the most technologically advanced custom motorcycles anywhere in the USA, or anywhere else for that matter.
This cafe-racer-styled custom is based on a Ducati 1098R, a stonker of a bike to begin with that’s been made all the more cheerfully psychotic by an extensive series of tweaks, modifications and additions.
I’ve made this comparison before, but Radical Ducati is to motorcycles what Skunk Works is to aircraft. The Spanish garage has been taking stock Ducatis and turning them into two wheeled missiles for years now and as such they’ve earned a deserved reputation as the single greatest custom Ducati garage in the world.
Walt Siegl is, quite deservedly, one of the most famous custom motorcycle builders in the world. Far from the hideous kitch hellscape of the custom stretched out chopper scene, Walt works from his garage in New England and creates some of the most beautiful and technically advanced custom bikes you’ll find anywhere on Earth.
The 1965 Ducati 250 Mach 1 was a major motorcycle for the Italian marque, the performance of the single cylinder 250cc engine quickly made it a popular choice across Europe and it wasn’t long till Mike Rogers used one to win the 250cc production-class at the Isle of Man TT.
If you’ve been a regular reader of Silodrome for more than a few weeks you’ll know of our fondness for the Spaniards over at Radical Ducati, today we’re featuring a rather unusual build from the team at RD, it’s a classic Ducati 350 single and it’s a far cry from their more modern regular fare.
Made in Metal is an architectural metalworking firm based in the UK, they specialise in creating bespoke fittings for clients ranging from just normal millionaires right up to the King of Bahrain.
The scrambler motorcycle genre just doesn’t get enough attention from custom bike builders, cafe racers, choppers and bobbers seem to be hugely popular but I’d love to see a custom shop building nothing but balls-to-the-wall scramblers just like this one.