The owner of this Ducati Sport fried his electronics, which led him to Revival Cycles, for them to turn it into this Ducati Sport Cafe Racer.

The details on this bike are superb and we’ll take you through buid.

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The Ducati Sport already is looking quite nice, but it can be ever nicer!

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Without any hesitation, the griding and cutting began.

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Tig welding a custom subframe. Looks nice, doesn’t it!

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The guys made a slim, Ducati styled subframe for the bike. Suits just fine!

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Positioning and mounting the suspension.

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Working on the gas tank, where a filled cap was needed as well.

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Making a lot of noise AND a fender

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This looks sooo much better than plastic!

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Removing the gold anodized layer for the öhlins.

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Bare steel and aluminium beauties. Plus, carbon fiber wheels!

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O c’mon, this is way too sexy! Look at those pipes and welds!

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Fully ingrated Motogadget gauge with all factory sensors and some utilized

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Nickel-plated frame and swingarm.

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Custom alloy tank, tail section, fenders, mounts and much much more.

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Much slimmer subframe, tail and tank.

Way more pictures can be found here

The Ducati Sport 1000 took its inspiration from the 1973 Ducati 750 Sport and related 750 Imola Desmo, and had the look of a classic lightweight single-seat cafe racer. It used a two valve 1000DS motor with a 1,425 mm (56.1 in) wheelbase, trellis tube frame. The suspension used three way adjustable single Sachs rear shocks, and non-adjustable 43 mm Marzocchi front forks. The wheels were wire spoke large section alloy rims with tubed Pirelli Phantom tyres. Borrani were approached to supply the rims, but could not supply the volume, so Excel rims were used. The Sport1000 was available in black with a white stripe, red with a white strip, or amber with a black stripe.

The 2006 model, known as the monoposto (solo) had a well gusseted 60 mm section asymmetric swingarm and a single shock, with stacked mufflers on the right side, low clip-on handlebars, and a dry-clutch. In 2007, a variation was made to taller clip-on handlebars, a wet-clutch, and the GT1000’s dual-shock swingarm with mufflers on both sides. This change created space for passenger footpegs and a removable rear seat cowl covering a pillion seat was added, prompting the name change to Sport1000 biposto (tandem).

In 2007, a Sport1000SE was also produced in a limited run of 100, available only in the US, which used the configuration of the 2006 model and a black and gold paint scheme reminiscent of the square-case 1980 Ducati 900SS. This paint scheme was inspired by a custom scheme done to a 2006 model by a US dealer.

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