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Earle Ducati Alaskan

A designer for Audi by day, LA-based Alex Earle is known better in motorcycling circles for his street-tracker inspired custom Ducatis. The Earl Motors latest creation is this middleweight adv bike with all the necessities and none of the frills. Earle has kitted out his Ducati Desert Sled for serious off-road duty in Alaska and beyond, it features high capacity multi-tanks (six-gallon fuel capacity), plenty of armor, 21 inch wheels wrapped in knobby tires, a rally navigation tower setup, heavy-duty crash bars, a LED headlamp in a customized protective cage, a custom seat, a high-mount exhaust, several luggage options, and a winch to tug the beast out of trouble. A supremely practical machine, designed for long distance, off road expeditions.



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