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TWELVE YEAR SPRINT. Switch Stance’s ‘81 Ducati 900 MHR Racer

Posted on June 7, 2018 by Andrew in Classic, Racer. No Comments

Like most forms of racing, Europe’s Sultans of Sprint series is full to the brim with enough cool bikes, stories, characters and sights to last you multiple lifetimes. But for the 2018 season, there’s one story in particular that has really stood out for us. meet Toshi Kozaka…

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DIAMOND ON THE ROUGH. The Ducati ‘SCRMBLR’ by Germany’s Diamond Atelier

Posted on May 25, 2018 by Andrew in Scrambler. No Comments

Diamond Atelier founders Tom Konecny and Pablo Steigleder are going back to where it all began, with new ideas and new possibilities, but all while keeping that same unmistakable style. The opening track in their latest production is a killer Ducati Scrambler called ‘DA#11’.

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THE LOW ROAD. Bernard Mont’s ‘Nowhere Faster’ Nitrous Ducati Sprint Racer

Posted on May 11, 2018 by Andrew in Racer. No Comments

They’re called the ‘Sultans of Sprint’ and the asphalt 1/8th mile is the troposphere where they do battle, on bikes as bananas as those old planes. Very few fulfil that centuries old ethos like Belgium’s Bernard Mont and in 2018 he’s returned with a lay down and mash the gas…

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I SPRY. Cohn Racer’s ‘Agile’ Ducati S2R Cafe Racer

Posted on March 15, 2018 by Andrew in Café Racer. No Comments

Ducati’s mid-noughties SportClassic, designed by Pierre Terblanche and based on the ludicrously beautiful Ducati MH900e, remains one of our all-time favourite factory creations. There’s only a handful of affordable bikes that you’d kick yourself for not buying – the SportClassic is definitely one of them. But what about the humbler Monster S2R?

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LET’S-A GO! H Garage’s Ducati 900SS ‘Luigi’ Neo-Racer

Posted on February 28, 2018 by Andrew in Café Racer, Racer, Streetfighter. No Comments

Overthinking things can be a death wish for any custom project. You spend all your energy on the creative part of the build and by the time you have to roll your sleeves up and get your hands dirty, you’re kind of over it. Here’s a hot tip for you: it doesn’t matter how long you spend in Photoshop, it won’t get the bike built…

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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…

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SIGN FROM GOD. Skunk Machine’s Jorge-Approved ‘Trackster’ Ducati Scrambler

Posted on February 5, 2018 by Andrew in Racer, Scrambler, Tracker. 23 comments

Esoteric arguments about a custom bike’s relative merits are all good and well, but as we all know it always comes down to the same old fact that there’s no accounting for taste. I like red. You like blue. The rest is mere conjecture. But all bets are off when you own a bike signed by Jorge Lorenzo…

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DUCK DUCK GAS. Plan B’s ‘Ugly Duck’ Ducati Multistrada Sprint Racer

Posted on February 2, 2018 by Andrew in Racer. 14 comments

As the author of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, Douglas Adams knows a thing or two about deadlines and the pressure they bring. “I love deadlines. I love the whooshing noise they make as they go by.” But while Adams may have missed a few…

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SHOOTING AT MONSTERS. Meet The Bullitt’s Ducati 821 Canyon Carver

Posted on January 15, 2018 by Andrew in Café Racer, Racer. 13 comments

“Can we buy one of your bikes?” If we had a dollar for every time we’ve been asked that, we’d be richer than Donald Trump’s hairdresser. Of course, it highlights the fact that many casual Pipeburn readers assume all the bikes we feature are built by us. As if we aren’t busy enough already…

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DUC DASTARDLY. A ’65 Ducati 250 Scrambler From MotoRelic

Posted on November 16, 2017 by Andrew in Classic, Scrambler. 45 comments

MotoRelic is a little shop run out of Hamilton, Virginia by the very talented Sean Skinner. And despite having over 20 years of experience as a mechanic under his belt he was nearly beaten by this – a cursed 1965 Ducati 250 Scrambler that he dubbed the ‘Dastardly Ducati’…

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