Ducati Flash Back America 1098R Motorcycle by Mr. Martini

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Ducati’s 1098R has long been a popular choice for bike customizers, and the bike’s popularity has only been increasing over the past few years.

Italian custom bike builder Mr. Martini is the latest designer to take a go at customizing one of these beauties, and he delivered with the ‘Ducati Flash Back America.’ Staying true to his black, red and gold style, Mr. Martini has not only improved the aesthetic appeal of this bike, but has also equipped the Ducati with a Zard hand built exhaust system, Harley Davidson Fatboy headlight, and custom made seat among other modifications. The bike was built for a client in our home state of California.

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