2017 Ducati Monster 1200 R ‘DA#15’ By Diamond Atelier

Jul 10, 2018

Category: Rides

The folks at Munich-based Diamond Atelier never cease to impress with their custom builds. It really seems like each is an improvement on the last. Which makes us wonder how they’re going to outdo their latest creation, a 2017 Ducati Monster 1200 R done up with actual 24-karat gold accents.

That’s right, the gold on the frame is real – elevating this bike from an impressive naked custom to something much more opulent and impressive. But that’s not the only extraordinary thing about this motorcycle – it also features a completely new custom 3D-printed tail end, a hand-stitched cowhide leather seat, and a custom-built subframe. Pair all that with the fact that this bike still has a whopping 152 horsepower and 92 foot-pounds of torque and you’ve got something really brilliant on your hands. If the devil is in the details, this motorcycle is straight out of hell.

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