The first custom Ducati 250 Scrambler from Fuller Moto was a knockout. This one's even better. Fancy a ride?
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The 1970’s Ducati Super Sport defined a new era and a new line of thinking for Ducati. A philosophy that would lead to the creation of the modern Superbike. Only around 430 to 450 have been produced and custom builder Bryan Fuller is one of many who, a few years back, fell in love with the 1974 green frame after admiring one at The Barber Motorsports Museum. He told me: “The torque and rumble is similar to a Harley but with smoothness and the ability to spin up the RRR’s! They are comfortable enough to ride all day, yet sporting enough to handle the hills or track. Hell, I even used mine to run errands! The 1971- 1974 Ducatis are for me some of the finest motorcycles ever made. They have it all: style, grace and power…” - See more at:
Nice job Bryan, it came out great!
Join Bryan Fuller, Hot Rod magazine and Magnaflow at the Barber Vintage Motorcycle Museum for a special tour of the museum and the debut of Bryan's latest motorcycle creation.
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Bryan Fuller is a friend (not to mention a mega creative guy who has several Ducati's) and he has extended this invitation to include Vicki, Rich and Ducati.net readers and friends. We are sure this will be something special...
Rich and Bryan are working on a project together and the sparks are flying!
Photos by Vicki Smith
It's a holiday weekend - what better time to get together with friends on a Ducati project?