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Carducci SC3 Adventure Dual Sport Motorcycle

Sometimes the open road isn't enough freedom, and you feel the need to hit the dirt. If you own a Harley Davidson 1200 or 883 Sportster made between 1993 and 2003, the guys at Carducci want to help turn it into an SC3 Adventure Dual Sport Motorcycle ($TBA). You supply the bike, they supply everything else, including the swing arm, gas tank, foot controls, fly screen, crash bar, skid plate, subframe, and more — doing all the assembly in their California shop. When you get your bike back, it'll be a fully-street-legal, off-road machine.

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