Ducati Multistrada Biuta Custom by Carlo Roscio

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Although it may not look like it at first sight, this is actually custom Ducati Multistrada 1000DS from 2003 that has been completely revamped from head to toe in Pavia, Italy by Carlo Roscio and his brother.

The custom motorcycle is a visual work of art, with light hits of baby blue paint contrasted by black and white accents, and finished off with a set of all black wheels. The team composed of two brothers decided to tear  this Ducati Multistrada Biuta Custom Motorcycle  down, keeping only the original frame, gas tank, and two cylinder 1000DS engine. Everything aside from that was built by them including a custom fabricated subrame, fashioned carbon-fiber components, and even salvaged LED turn signals from a Volkswagen Touran. [Via]

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