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Super Duc Ducati

Located in Atlanta, Georgia, Fuller Moto is a one-of-a-kind custom car and motorcycle design shop owned by petrolhead Bryan Fuller. Bryan wanted a custom dirt bike to ride at the 6000-acre Durhamtown off road resort, and around the streets of downtown Atlanta. Known as the "Super Duc” this work of art is based on a 1960s Ducati 250 Scrambler and was built meticulously by hand from the ground up. Distinguishing features include the centre-mounted twin rear shocks, vintage Ceriani forks, and the hand-shaped headlight surround and tailpiece. Topping the bike off is an Italian-themed colour scheme in honor of the Ducati’s roots.

Images by Matthew Jones




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