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WINNING BY A HEAD. WalzWerk’s Nolan Ducati SportClassic Cafe Racer

Posted on February 22, 2018 by Andrew in Café Racer, Racer. No Comments

Chances are if you’re into custom motorcycles and have a deep love for bikes then you spend more money on them than most people consider reasonable. Call it crazy, but this is our culture and once the need for speed is in your veins, digs its hooks in deep, you’re addicted…


Ducati Sport Classic by ShedX

Posted on November 23, 2013 by Scott in Café Racer. 6 comments

Written by Ian Lee.

In the custom motorcycle world, there is a tendency towards ‘feast or famine’ when it comes to trends. Modern Triumphs, classic Beemer airheads, and now the rise of the Ducati Sport Classic. Today’s feature bike is another take on this model, with the brief being that “the owner wanted the chubb taken off, but wanted it to visually remain a Sport Classic”. And ShedX were just the workshop for the job. Keeping the lines given to it in Bologna, this ultra clean ride has been built to give the owner more of a sporting chance, without turning the bike into a track day special. Utilising the Ducati parts bin, as well as their own product, Neil from ShedX has produced a beautiful bike that is much more ‘feast’ than ‘famine’.


2006 Ducati Sport Classic by Corse Motorcycles

Posted on November 13, 2013 by Scott in Café Racer. 20 comments

Written by Ian Lee.

What’s better than a Ducati Sport Classic 1000? A Ducati Sport Classic built by an ex World Super Bike/Moto GP mechanic. It doesn’t get much better than that. This machine has an amazing mix of aesthetics and power that just whispers seductively in your ear: ‘look at me’. Over 10 years experience on the European racing scene, including some time at the Ducati factory, has culminated in today’s feature bike: Corse Motorcycles‘ rework of the 2006 Ducati Sport Classic.


Ducati Sport Classic 1000 – The Flying Hermans MC

Posted on March 24, 2013 by Scott in Café Racer. 19 comments

Written by Ian Lee.

Some things I can’t bear the thought of parting with, because they might be of use at some point. At least that’s what I think every time I am in the shed and trip over my roof mounted taxi sign. Andy, of the Flying Hermans MC, thinks along the same lines, and this has culminated in this beautiful machine you see before you. This Ducati Sport Classic 1000 has risen from the ashes, having been crashed, written off and rebuilt all in the space of one year. And it is better for the whole experience.