Even since Munich-based Diamond Atelier came into existence one warm summer’s night in July of 2013, they’ve released project after project that shook up the custom motorcycle scene for the better; which, unsurprisingly, happens when you function within your own aesthetic. Now their latest release is the first part in a new series the duo is working on where each custom project is based around the same platform.
Fortunately for us, this beautiful Ducati Scrambler Sixty2 is the first of several bikes to go through this process and clearly, they’re right on the money with the results. For starters, the bike was outfitted for a client looking for an urban commuter so they opted for the 400cc capacity Sixty2 as opposed to the 803cc big brother. That doesn’t mean, however, that the 803cc version isn’t present. That’s because they replaced the stock swingarm with that of the 803 along with fabricating a custom Wibers rear shock for the ride. It also now features a set of 3.5” and 5.5” Kineo spoked rims wrapped in a pair of Metzeler Racetec RR K3 tires and a cowhide saddle that pairs quite well with its glossy cherry red fuel tank. [H/T: PipeBurn]