It's not analog in the sense of dials, knobs, and all things non-digital, but the Analog Ducati Scrambler does have a bit of that to it, as well. Based on a 1975 Ducati GT860, this one-of-a-kind ride has been completely rewired, and features a custom tank, Fox shocks, the front end from a Triumph Tiger, a custom exhaust, rebuilt wheels, LED taillight and turn signals, a custom luggage rack, roll bracket, and headlight bracket, and a welded-on headlight rock guard. Built in Illinois, and sadly already spoken for.
Named after a dominating race horse, the Deus Ex Machina Hondo Grattan Motorcycle is fittingly lean and powerful. It's based on a Ducati Scrambler, and focuses its attention on the aluminum bodywork, including a single-piece tail with integrated license plate support, a speedway-inspired headlight, and an asymmetric mudguard. Other features include a snaking dedicated exhaust, large disc brakes, and a bright yellow and sky blue paint scheme.
On the market since 1967, the Moto Guzzi V7 is a classic two-wheeler, good for everyone from beginners to experienced bikers who enjoy its pleasant ride. But should you find yourself outgrowing its straightforward looks, all you need is need is one of these Moto Guzzi V7 Motorcycle Kits to give it a whole new look. Available in four styles — Dapper, Dark Rider, Scrambler, and Legend — these kits come with everything you need to completely transform the look of your bike, changing everything from the saddle and handlebars to the tires, exhaust, and in some cases, even the shocks.
It can be said that when an incredibly unique event takes place, a full moon may have played a role. The Full Moon Concept Motorcycle from Slovenian exhaust pioneers Akrapovič may not be the result of a full moon, taking its name from the large aluminum and carbon thirty-inch wheel, but its design and look are nothing short of unique. With over eight hundred hours of work, it features an S&S Knucklehead 1,524 cc engine and two modified custom-made Akrapovič exhausts. The body and frame are made entirely of sheet metal and is an extension of the exhaust system. Designed as a continuation of their 2011 Morsus bike, the Full Moon manages to move the story forward while presenting itself as a completely different, exciting prototype machine.
The latest evolution in the classic XJR1300 series from Yamaha is upon us, and it's a sight for sore eyes. The 2015 XJR1300 takes styling influence from the custom work of builders Keino and Deus Ex Machina and features the world's largest-displacement air-cooled Inline-Four engine in production. It has a slim fuel tank design with a race-bred look, a 4-2-1 matt black exhaust, and a 4-cylinder DOHC 1,250cc air-cooled engine. The latest in this iconic line also comes in three colors, Power Blue, Matt Grey, or Midnight Black.
It's hard to go wrong with titanium and dark chrome. Toss in the Ducati brand and it's even more difficult to ignore. The Diavel Titanium is loaded with a Testastretta 11° DS engine, electronic fuel injection, and sports a steel tube trellis with a dark chrome finish. It's a sleek, impressive looking machine, and only 500 numbered bikes were produced, making it even more desirable.