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.
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.