Custom Ducati Diavel by MotoCorsa

Mar 23, 2016

Category: Rides

Portland’s One Motorcycle Show only comes around once a year so anyone looking to make a statement better be sure to impress. Well, the area’s Ducati dealership MotoCorsa, in conjunction with metal worker Jeff Johnson of Illeagle Designs, certainly dressed to impress so to speak. Their product, a custom Ducati Diavel, resembles something from a post-apocalyptic world.

MotoCorsa accomplished this appearance from replacing the plastic components with aluminum sheet fabrication, enhanced with a tessellated outer surface on the fuel tank giving the bike a flexed, industrial look that extends to the tail section, headlight casing and front cowl. The Ducati also houses a gill-shaped air intake and features full LED lights, rear set foot pegs, a carbon-encased Termignoni exhaust system and a Brembo RCS mod. Surprisingly, the bike still needs a paint job (according to MotoCorsa). However, the current appearance suits us just fine.

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