Ducati SportClassic by Corse Motorcycles

Jan 28, 2019

Category: Rides

We were already big fans of the Ducati SportClassic Sport 1000, and this custom built bike from the team at Corse Motorcycles had us falling even more in love with the single seat cafe racer.

Led by Anthony Warnock (former World Super Bike/Moto GP mechanic), the folks at Corse took a stock 2006 Sport Classic, and transformed it into the beauty you see here. The vehicle took half a year of discussion just to dial in the aesthetic expectations. The end result is a pristine two tone black and white paint job that’s hit with a gold pinstripe to provide some contrast. The bike has also been outfitted with a ton of custom components including Ohlins front forks, rear shock and steering damper, Discacciati billet brake calipers along with a handful of Rizoma parts including the indicators, billet timing covers and fluid reservoirs. The blacked out wheels wrapped in Metzeler Race Tech K3 tires and a powder coated headlight finish off the look.

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