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Custom Builder The Desmo Devil Photo Gallery
Mark Savory's prototype bike the Desmo Devil is based on the Ducati Monster, but sports a lower profile, redesigned exhaust and a stretched-out rake.
Photos of the Custom Builder The Desmo Devil.
Custom Builder The Desmo Devil
With the prototype of the Desmo Devil, Savory sought to meld Ducati racing capabilities with the functional aspects of a cruiser-style bike.
Even with its stretched-out rake, the Desmo Devil maintains handling characteristics that aren't far off of the performance standards established by the Monster.
With 1.25-inch tubing, the welded trellis frame weighs only 12 lbs while meeting aircraft specifications.
Moto Creations continues to innovate as seen in this picture of its H-D-powered concept of a MotoSpeedster they plan on outfitting with various powerplants.
Savory's bike has been making the rounds, debuting at the 2006 LA Calendar Show and shown here at Arizona's Ducati Days.
What better colors for a bike called the Desmo Devil than black and off-black coloring on top of blood-red lower parts.
With a dry weight around 360 lbs, the stock Ducati L-Twin provides the bike the neccessary get-up-and-go.
Fabbing up a custom carbon-fiber headlight bucket enabled Savory to drop the headlight housing's weight from 5 lbs to 7 oz.
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