See photos of Harley-Davidson Sportsters converted for off-road duty in the Carducci Dual Sport SC3 Adventure photo gallery.
- Rear rack on the Carducci Dual Sport SC3 Adventure.
- Only a few pieces of the original Sportster remain, besides the frame and engine Carducci kept the switches and hand controls as well.
- One of the first pieces Carducci designed was this billet aluminum swingarm.
- Corbin makes a custom seat for the SC3 Adventure.
- Ohlins built the forks and shocks to specification for the SC3 Adventure.
- The Carducci Dual Sport SC3 Adventure starts life as a 1993-2003 Harley-Davidson Sportster. After a full conversion it's ready for the trail.
- The fly screen of the SC3 Adventure is another piece designed by Carducci specifically for the bike.
- Jim Carducci, founder of Carducci Dual Sport and designer of the custom pieces found on the SC3 Adventure, putting the bike through its paces off road.
- Carducci says the ride feel is somewhere between a KTM 950 and 990 in terms of off road performance.
- Dry weight of the SC3 Adventure is a claimed 475 pounds.
- Initial response to the SC3 Adventure has been overwhelmingly positive.
- Through a partnership with IMS, Carducci Dual Sport also offers a five-gallon plastic gas tank option instead of the hand-forged aluminum piece.