Ducati SportClassic Motorcycle by Revival

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Although we’re huge fans of all the modern day bikes Ducati has been pumping out lately, there’s a lot to be said about the classics. Take this Ducati SportClassic for example, a bike that was love at first sight for us.

Built by Austin, Texas based team at Revival, this bike has been completely customized from top to bottom. Revival has outfitted this 2 wheeler with a beautiful custom alloy fuel tank, re-tuned custom ECU, fenders, tail section, exhaust, and a whole lot more. Michelin Pilot racing wheels wrap the Alpina carbon fiber wheels, while Ohlins in the front and rear provide the suspension setup on this beauty. The aesthetic  details on this motorcycle are on point, which include the nickel frame hit with contrasting orange Revival branding, and that beautiful brown leather saddle with matching handlebar grips.

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