- 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.
- 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.