1 of 10 – 2018 Ducati/Fuller Street Tracker

In America, Custom by AbhiLeave a Comment

When American Flat Track changed up the rules for the Twins class (imposing a 850cc size limit, among other things), Lloyd Brothers Motorsports had to switch up their steeds. They tapped Bryan Fuller of Fuller Moto to build a frame which would house a Ducati 821 V-Twin, and then added on a tremendous amount of excellent components (minus a front brake, of course).

BikeEXIF has a great profile on the details of the race bike, but I’m going a different direction today. After Fuller Moto built the required amount of race frames, they figured that there might be a few people out there who’d be interested in a street-legal version. So they decided to create a run of 10 (it’s unclear to me if all 10 were actually built) out of 4130 Chromoly – though this frame is designed to accept the 796cc engine found in a Scrambler 800. More details on the street tracker are available here on The Bullitt, but the highlights include Ohlins FG511 forks, Attack Racing triple clamps, Fox shock, Dubya USA wheels, a custom exhaust with Cone Engineering silencers, and some slick bodywork from First Class Glass.

This example is #1 of 10 and it’s said to be the pre-production prototype. The seller says that the motor makes 65 horsepower and that the bike has 99 miles. It’s offered on a Wisconsin title.

Even if you’re not looking to buy, you may want to check out the listing as the seller did a great job with photography. Find this custom Ducati for sale in Cochrane, Wisconsin with bidding up to $3,250 and the reserve not yet met here on eBay.