Monster Ducati

Simone Conti of Italy shows off his first custom build. This 24-year-old hit it out of the park with this build. The motor is from a Ducati Monster 900 i.e. but the rest is almost completely hand-built.

Conti measured the original Monster trellis frame, and used the geometry to create his own frame with an AutoCAD program. This was then cut with a CNC machine and assembled into the skeletal creation we see here.  The bodywork is a mix of aluminum and carbon fiber, all created by hand. That includes the fairings, the air box, the seat, the snaking exhaust system and the gas tank. (It contains a mere six liters, so Conti is now making another that contains a mighty eight liters.)

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