Limited Edition Leggero Series Ducati Motorcycles by Walt Siegl

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Typically known for his luxury custom motorcycles, bike builder Walt Siegl is looking to deliver something more affordable to the mass market with the introduction of the Leggero Series Ducati.

How can Walt Siegl still build high quality, high end bikes at an affordable cost? Simple. Rather than build out one bike for the very few individuals that can afford it, he will build a complete limited edition run of these bikes. Based on the two-valve Ducati 900cc engine, the vehicle sports 4130 chrome moly steel tubing that has been finished off with beautiful carbon fiber body work.

Limited Edition Leggero Series Ducati Motorcycles by Walt Siegl

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