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Walt Siegl definitely knows how to put out a nice custom Ducati. His ‘leggero series‘ customs are all are stunning, and this one here, commissioned for Puma is no different. The base motor is a ’93 2-Valve Ducati 900 SS which is now blue printed BCM 944 big bore unit.

The bike has a full carbon kevlar body and chromoly frame weighing a combined 30 lbs. The exhaust is a custom stainless steel system with an Italian Mivv muffler. The electrical system is minimal and built around a Motogadget m-Unit to get rid of all the relays.

The Puma Ducati is currently at the Puma International offices in Boston, USA but hopefully it gets to see some track time too. It’s clear that bike was built to run a track or open road – not collect dust on a runway.

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Images by Michael Rubenstein.

Here’s a video on the Puma build from Director and photographer Adam Weiss:


Patrick Flynn

Patrick Flynn

Patrick Flynn, a lifelong motorcycle enthusiast, combines over a decade of OEM motorcycle marketing experience with his passion for custom builds. Since 2008, he has been the driving force behind The Bullitt, a digital platform celebrating the art and culture of motorcycles.