Fuller Moto Ducati Tracker

Limited Edition Ducati Street Tracker by Fuller Moto

Exclusive photos by Silver Piston Photography

Steve West, owner of Silver Piston, makes his “kickass jewelry for people who kick ass”, out of the Fuller Moto workshop in Atlanta, GA. In doing so, he gets a front row seat to watch another magician at work — Mr. Bryan Fuller. Lately, Steve has been focusing quite a bit of his creative energy towards his photography business — aptly named Silver Piston Photography — and noticed Fuller’s Ducati tracker, begging to be photographed.

Exclusive photo set by Silver Piston Photography Steve West, owner of Silver Piston, makes his “kickass jewelry for people who kick ass”, out of the Fuller Moto workshop. In doing so, he gets a front row seat to watch another magician at work — Mr. Bryan Fuller. Lately, Steve has been focusing some of his creative energy towards his photography —aptly named Silver Piston Photography — and noticed Fuller’s Ducati tracker, begging to be photographed. Burning the midnight oil one night, West rolled the tracker into his side of the studio and started snapping some glam shots of the sexy beast. Just what you’d expect from a svelte Italian model, she worked the camera and when Steve first shared the photos with us, we were awe struck. About the bike: Bryan Fuller, the main man behind Fuller Moto, certainly knows his way around a high performance machine. Turning cars and motorcycles into (fast) rolling art is his thing so when the Lloyd Brothers (managers of the Ducati Flat Track team) were looking for someone who could create a new chassis for their race bikes, Fuller was an obvious choice. Once the jig was set, why not crank out a few extras and create a streetable version? Well, that’s exactly what Fuller did, and is creating a limited run of 10 of these stunners. Each chassis created is fabricated from 4130 Chromoly Tubing on the Lloyd Brothers Motorsports Race Team jig. Every bung, plate, and tube is CNC designed, machined, and laser-cut with exacting precision. This is #1 of a Limited Edition Series. Frame, swing-arm and roller also available for purchase separately. The street tracker’s heart is a air-cooled Ducati’s 796cc L-twin—the same power plant in the Scrambler 800 and the Monster 796. The exhaust looks the business and is made from custom stainless headers mated to Cone Engineering Reverse Cone Mufflers. The bike is suspended by Ohlins FG511 Inverted Forks with a TTX Racing Fork Cartridge Kit, held together by Attack Performance Racing Triple Clamps. Out back a custom Fox Racing Shox. The bike has matching custom Dubya USA consiting of Talon Billet Pro Hubs and Sun Aluminum Rims (19” X 3.5”) running Vee Rubber 394 Street Tracker DOT-legit rubber. With a bike as well built as this is and with photos as stunning as these, seeing this bike under the Christmas tree is about all we’ve been dreaming about these days. Hey Fuller, save one for us, will ya? Photos: Silver Piston Photography Build: Fuller Moto

Fuller Moto Ducati Tracker

Burning the midnight oil one night, West rolled the tracker into his side of the studio and started snapping some glam shots of the sexy beast. Just what you’d expect from a svelte Italian model, she worked the camera and when Steve first shared the photos with us, we were awe struck.

About the bike:

Bryan Fuller, the main man behind Fuller Moto, certainly knows his way around a high performance machine. Turning cars and motorcycles into (fast) rolling art is his thing so when the Lloyd Brothers (managers of the Ducati Flat Track team) were looking for someone who could create a new chassis for their race bikes, Fuller was an obvious choice.

Fuller Moto Ducati Tracker - Dubya USA wheels

Once the jig was set, why not crank out a few extras and create a streetable version? Well, that’s exactly what Fuller did, and is creating a limited run of 10 of these stunners. Each chassis created is fabricated from 4130 Chromoly Tubing on the Lloyd Brothers Motorsports Race Team jig. Everything is CNC designed, machined, and laser-cut down to the finest detail. This is #1 of a Limited Edition Series. Frame, swing-arm and roller also available for purchase separately.

Fuller Moto Ducati Tracker - Lloyd Brothers

The street tracker’s heart is an air-cooled Ducati 796cc L-twin—the same power plant in the Scrambler 800 and the Monster 796. The exhaust is a custom Fuller Moto piece made from stainless steel, mated to Cone Engineering Reverse Cone Mufflers.

Fuller Moto Ducati Tracker - Cone Engineering

The bike's front end is suspended by Öhlins FG511 Inverted Forks with a TTX-racing cartridge kit, held together by Attack Performance Racing Triple Clamps. Out back a custom Fox Racing Shox does the trick. The bike has matching custom Dubya USA consisting of Talon Billet Pro Hubs and Sun Aluminum Rims (19” X 3.5”), running Vee Rubber 394 Street Tracker DOT-legit rubber. DOT-legit tracker tires you say? Now that's something we've been waiting for!

Fuller Moto Ducati Tracker - Ohlins suspension

With a bike as beautifully built as this, and with photos as stunning as these, seeing this bike under our Christmas tree is about all we’ve been dreaming about these days. Hey Fuller, save one for us, will ya?

Fuller Moto Ducati Tracker

Photos: Silver Piston Photography
Build: Fuller Moto


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Vintage Moto Guzzi V7 Special 750 'Lama Nera' by Ruote Fiere

A drool-worthy vintage Moto Guzzi V7

Vintage Guzzis, or dare I say all Guzzis, seem to be picking up some steam and general interest again here in the states. Or that could just be me. Italian-based Ruote Fiere first caught my eye when EXIF shared their Sazuka Endurance Racer, which I instantly loved. Ruote Fiere's vintage Moto Guzzi V7 Special 750 'Lama Nera' equally stole my heart.

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With a barrage of amazing customs being thrown at us seemingly every day, the "Lama Nera" stands out as unquestionably unique. Firstly unique in the fact that it's a custom Guzzi, but the unique seat, tank (which is a modified ex-Aermacchi 350 Sprint unit), and front cowling all stand out to me.

vintage Moto Guzzi V7 rear view

Route Fiere, vintage Moto Guzzi V7 front view
Have you ever really liked a build - or anything for that matter - and not been able to put your finger on the exact reason why? That's kind of how I feel about this bike. I can't fully explain it, but I find myself just pouring over details of this bike.

Route Fiere, vintage Moto Guzzi V7 carburetor

Route Fiere, vintage Moto Guzzi V7 tank
The 1970 750 cc 90° v-twin breathes via Dell’Orto PHF 36mm carbs. It has a lightened flywheel and a single disk dry clutch. The exhaust is a hand-made 2-into-1 stainless system.

Route Fiere, vintage Moto Guzzi V7 engine

I could get into all the specs but I imagine for most of you, that's not why you're here. To keep it brief, the bike is a 1970 Moto Guzzi V7 Special 750 with a slightly modified frame. It's laced with aluminum Borrani Wheels, 18 X 2.15 front and 18 X 3.00 rear on Avon tires. Front suspension is by Ceriani, with a Ceriani GP 35 fork and triples with MV 500 GP clip-ons.

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Stopping power comes via front diecast Magnesium drum brake Freni Fontana 250mm twin cams, 4 leading shoe and out back there's a vintage Freni Fontana magnesium disk kit; 240mm steel rotor with mag hub, on special custom-made Ergal CNC hub to fit on the original V7 hub, Freni Fontana twin pad, magnesium caliper on special custom Ergal CNC floated bracket on the original Moto Guzzi V7 Special hub.

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Foot controls are custom-made rear sets by Ruote Fiere specifically for V7 700/750/850 frame.

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Something I love about this bike is that there's no blending of modern with classic here. It's all classic. All legit, and looks like it has a good mix of old fashion, beauty and brawn.

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