Deep Creek Cycleworks, a speedshop located in Diepenbeek, Belgium, recently shared images of their newest creation that really caught our attention. Not sure if it’s the interesting color palette chosen – not your typical Ducati’s paint – or if it was simply the track-ready vibe, but we like it!
The crew at Deep Creek likes to rebuild vintage and modern bikes into cafe racers, bobbers, trackers, and other various customs. They done a handful of Beamers, Guzzi and Ducs and even have a Honda and Triumph thrown in.
Their race team battles a bunch of nice 80’s endurance racers year after year and that inspired them to change this solid basic 900 Ducati package into what they’re calling a ‘crossover’.
I don’t care what they call it, or why they built it. I just want to know, can I give it a go?!
Homemade tail section and headers
Polyester race fairing from a 1996 900SS
Modified 750SS tank
Motocouture Leatherworks seat
Deep Creek Cycles: Web | Facebook | Photos by Raf Leuris