Ducati Monster Cafe Racer

When Toni Kusima approached us about his home grown Ducati Cafe Racer project that started out a a crashed Ducati Monster 600, we assumed it would be just the basic bike with a few catalogue mods. Oh no. Toni has built a highly individual take on the classic aluminum clad cafe racer.

It all began with the purchase of a crashed Ducati Monster, the baby 600 and a rebuild project over the winter. The first step was to junk the stock rims and replace them with some spoked Paul Smart Replica rims. Next came a lot of effort with the aluminum tank and rear seat section both to get it into shape and to polish and polish and polish it so it gleamed.

The frame was modified to accommodate the revised bodywork and repainted. A new custom exhaust was fitted as was a Motogadget gauge cluster.

When you look at the final product it is hard to believe where the bike started. Toni has built something that has a classic cafe racer look but remains distinct and unique.


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