Ducati 860 GTS Cafe Racer by 6/5/4 Motors

Sep 8, 2015

Category: Rides

Last week, we came across an impressively-designed Triumph Bonneville Scrambler by a Swedish custom shop named 6/5/4 Motors. Now, we can’t help but notice another one of their creations, a Ducati 860 GTS Cafe Racer.

This custom bike was created using a mid-’70s motorcycle found in a barn in Stockholm. The bike already had a V-twin design, a beautiful tank and a flat frame line, but 6/5/4 stripped it down, overhauled the engine, adjusted the valves, and replaced the gaskets, oil and filters. They outfitted it with a Motogadget m-Lock ignition, and replaced a great deal of the console. The Ducati has new tailights, a new green paint job, and a custom seat created from washed leather from a Swedish tannery. The result is a gorgeous and vibrant cafe racer that’s ready to turn some heads.

Ducati 860 GTS Cafe Racer by 6 5 4 Motors 3

Ducati 860 GTS Cafe Racer by 6 5 4 Motors 4

Ducati 860 GTS Cafe Racer by 6 5 4 Motors 5

Ducati 860 GTS Cafe Racer by 6 5 4 Motors 6

Ducati 860 GTS Cafe Racer by 6 5 4 Motors 7

Ducati 860 GTS Cafe Racer by 6 5 4 Motors 8

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