Fuck Yeah Ducati

My Monster 796 at Vorhees State Park and Spruce Run Reservoir, and someone’s forgotten shoes.  Hopefully this is not my last ride for the season.

Ducati 1199 TerraCorsa

badpanda83:

I love my Ducati!

That’s a nice one to love.

badpanda83:

I love my Ducati!

That’s a nice one to love.

motosofsf:

Cover for a Ducati Monster

motosofsf:

Cover for a Ducati Monster

Independence day Ducati

Independence day Ducati

Quick stop on our evening ride to find out where we were

Quick stop on our evening ride to find out where we were

Submitted by thatjonokid:

The Ducati Leggero is a limited edition series of bespoke motorcycles built by custom legend Walt Siegl, the tank, seat, cowling and frame are all built by Walt in his workshop – along with a slew of other bespoke elements unique to this model.
The Leggero is formed around an air-cooled Ducati 2 valve 900cc v-twin, with 39mm Keihin carburettors, the frame is a CAD designed chromium-molybendium unit that weighs in at just 19lbs and the tank/bodywork are made from hand-laid urethane. Suspension is provided by Showa up front and Öhlins at the rear giving the bike some serious track potential for those wanting to challenge Walt out on the tarmac.
The design of the Leggero references a few of Ducati’s more famous motorcycles but from the outset, it’s clearly a Walt Siegl creation. The attention to detail is utterly spellbinding and the performance of these bikes leave other custom builds in the dust – Walt’s machines are designed to perform with much of the bike’s aesthetic appearance being related directly to function.

Submitted by thatjonokid:

The Ducati Leggero is a limited edition series of bespoke motorcycles built by custom legend Walt Siegl, the tank, seat, cowling and frame are all built by Walt in his workshop – along with a slew of other bespoke elements unique to this model.

The Leggero is formed around an air-cooled Ducati 2 valve 900cc v-twin, with 39mm Keihin carburettors, the frame is a CAD designed chromium-molybendium unit that weighs in at just 19lbs and the tank/bodywork are made from hand-laid urethane. Suspension is provided by Showa up front and Öhlins at the rear giving the bike some serious track potential for those wanting to challenge Walt out on the tarmac.

The design of the Leggero references a few of Ducati’s more famous motorcycles but from the outset, it’s clearly a Walt Siegl creation. The attention to detail is utterly spellbinding and the performance of these bikes leave other custom builds in the dust – Walt’s machines are designed to perform with much of the bike’s aesthetic appearance being related directly to function.

Austin Hypermotard

Austin Hypermotard