Bryan Fuller's Ducati 250 Scrambler Oozes Simplistic Beauty
This beautiful Ducati 250 Scrambler is called the Super Duc, and it's the mate to Bryan Fuller's earlier bike, the Dirty Duc. His original idea was to build two Scramblers and this one completes the set. Fuller told BikeExif that he wanted two custom dirt bikes so he could take them around the 6000-acre Durhamtown off-road resort and along the roads in downtown Atlanta. The reason for having two is that he wanted to be able to have a friend come along and join the fun. RELATED: See Photos of the 2015 Ducati Scrambler
The first bike was one Fuller snagged at the Barber Vintage Festival and then sent off to Rich Lambrechts at DesmoPro. He had enough spare parts hanging around the shop to build a second one and that's what you see here.
The two bikes are the same, with carefully rebuilt engines and upgrades like electronic ignitions and 12V conversions, Speedcell lithium-ion batteries, K&N filters, and ARP stainless fasteners. It's not all new, with vintage Ceriani forks up front. The exhausts are custom made and Fuller even hand-shaped identical headlight shrouds and tailpieces. The finished product looks fantastic and will have you longing for springtime weather so you can go for a ride.
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