It’s no secret that whatever Rough Crafts’ own Winston Yeh touches turns to gold – rather black gold – in the world of custom motorcycles. So when a client came to him asking for a toughed-up and lighter version of a 2016 Scrambler Ducati, you can rest assured Yeh was more than up for the challenge.
It all started with an installation of Marzocchi forks from a Panigale 1199 with some blacked out tubes (of course). Additionally, Yeh decided upon a set of 17-inch carbon BST wheels to help complement the stock suspension. They’re also wrapped around a pair of Pirelli Rosso Corsa tires for sure-fire friction across the asphalt. For added aggression, the bike also now features a Monster 1100 single-sided swingarm that required a bit of ingenuity to help the piece fit properly and now hosts both clutch and brake master cylinders and levers from Beringer along with grips, bar-end turn signals and mirrors from Motogadget for good measure. [H/T: BikeExif]
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