Ducati Monster 821 cafe racer concepts by Ziggy Moto


Ziggy, of Ziggy Moto, has done it again with some mesmerizing mock-ups, this time of a Monster 821 on an extreme café diet. Not sure about you, but we absolutely love it! We had been sketching out some slim rear subframe/seat ideas for our Bullitt 821 but couldn’t quite make our napkin sketches look like these works of art.



It’s pretty cool to be able to virtually create a bike and get a feeling of the lines and overall flow before taking to the angle grinder. The seat on this one looks fantastic. And while the clip-ons that low might not be too comfy for a long haul, good God do they look hot! And that color combo below? Yes please!



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  • Anonymous August 2, 2017 at 10:33 am

    how much cost the modification without the bike price ???

  • Patrick Flynn August 23, 2017 at 5:03 pm

    Not really sure as these are just computer renderings at this point.

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