Based out of Atlanta, GA Fuller Moto is a custom design shop that focuses on custom cars and motorcycles. They look to produce works of art aimed to inspire fellow petrolheads in the industry. And in the case of this Ducati build-out, it appears Fuller Moto had a bit more fun with this project.
Dubbed the Ducati 250 Scrambler Super Doc, it’s considered by the Fuller family as a twin build of their Dirty Doc. The motivation behind the build being so founder Bryan Fuller could have a Ducati that’s able to rip through the streets of downtown Atlanta and at the 6000-acre Durhamtown off-road resort. And on top of the distinguished Ducati shape, the Scrambler also features a set of classic Ceriani forks, center-mounted twin rear shocks for a smoother backcountry ride, and is adorned in a black and red Italian color palette to pay homage to the bike brand’s fruitful history. [H/T: BlessThisStuff]
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