Ducati 848 by Apogee Motorworks

Dec 28, 2015

Category: Rides

We see so many custom Ducatis in our line of work that looking through them has become a chore — mostly because they all stick to certain guidelines and mores. But the Ducati 848 by Apogee Motorworks throws the guidebook out the window, sets it on fire, and ensures that we’ll never see the book again.

In fact, their custom Ducati is unlike any bike we’ve seen before, and it looks like something we might see the Predator ride. Its design has a slightly futuristic look to it, yet it contains classic elements and remains recognizable as a motorcycle. Most noticeable about the bike are its twin exhausts that have been handcrafted from stainless steel, its oversized gas tank, and the aggressively designed headlight that demands the attention of those who gaze upon it. These three elements are the main factors in the bike’s menacing look.

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