Hookie Co’s Stylish Scrambler Is A Magpie-Inspired Motorcycle

Aug 12, 2019

Category: Rides

Native to temperate regions in Asia, Europe, and North America, magpies — members of the crow family — are some of the most intelligent animals in the world, bird or otherwise. They’re so intelligent, in fact, that they can even recognize themselves in a mirror. It’s these rarified fliers that inspired Hookie Co to build a smart black-and-white custom Ducati Scrambler Icon800 of their own.

Like all of Hookie’s builds, this custom motorcycle capitalizes on everything that was great about the donor bike but improves upon it through refinement and some exceedingly clean details. The numerous, impressive upgrades include a completely new tail end and aluminum side covers, integrated LED lights, a plush Alcantara seat, a house-designed fuel tank, 3D-printed brackets that house Kellermann Atto signals, and more. Best of all, if you’re fond of this build, you can order a similar, complete one for yourself or you can pick up the parts from Hookie individually and build your own version.

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