Typically when we see a scrambler modified to carry a surfboard one Australian builder comes to mind. However, this tricked-out Ducati wasn’t customized by the good people over at Dues Ex Machina. Instead, it’s a product of a custom shop by the name of 2 Loud based out of New Taipei City on the island of Taiwan.
It’s the newest release from the custom shop, with the majority of the upgrades favoring the bike’s cosmetics (it is a Ducati GT1000 after all) including a handy surfboard mount making those two-wheeled trips to the shoreline that much easier. The bike also features a flattened and hooped rear subframe, a high mount front fender giving it that desirable off-road look, and a set of Pirelli Scorpion Rally tires for legitimate off-road capabilities. And from the looks of it, this ride would be an absolute blast to hit the sand with, just be careful not to harm that fiberglass-clad passenger in the process.