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Myke
26th February 2005, 13:29
This is one great bike..

http://motorcyclecruiser.com/tech/DucCust-lead-xl.jpg

Here's a link to the story;
http://motorcyclecruiser.com/tech/Ducatichopper/
Myke

Shark Doctor
26th February 2005, 13:32
Myke-

I like the bike... but I am also curious about the site where it was photographed (go figure!). Where is the cobbled beach located? :laugh

And I DO like the bike...

Desertfox
26th February 2005, 14:00
First time I've ever seen a Duke as a chopper. Looks mean. I like the way the motor is an intigral part of the frame, ala Vincent. It is definately NOT your typical, cookie cutter chopper.

cantolina
26th February 2005, 15:18
That's AWESOME!!!

Who'd a thunk?

pilot
27th February 2005, 16:12
I've seen those bikes before, 13 choppers or something. Looks like a bad japbike chopper attempt. I like the idea of using a duck motor in a chop, but that ones not it. The rear fender looks horrible, that long swingarm part of the frame, well, just the whole frame is bad, the floorboards don't go with it, and I'd expose the belts onder the sidecovers, just me. Sweet beach location though.

MCCoy
31st December 2015, 15:30
I have seen these in person. Cool bikes.

Cyclesarge
1st January 2016, 18:46
First time I've ever seen a Duke as a chopper. Looks mean. I like the way the motor is an intigral part of the frame, ala Vincent. It is definately NOT your typical, cookie cutter chopper.

I can't see the picture, it's a KTM Duke engined chopper?

I've seen those bikes before, 13 choppers or something. Looks like a bad japbike chopper attempt. I like the idea of using a duck motor in a chop, but that ones not it. The rear fender looks horrible, that long swingarm part of the frame, well, just the whole frame is bad, the floorboards don't go with it, and I'd expose the belts onder the sidecovers, just me. Sweet beach location though.

Oh, a DUCK (as in DUCATI) engine, that makes more sense.

jharback
1st January 2016, 18:49
I can't see the picture, it's a KTM Duke engined chopper?

This is a ten year old thread.

Cyclesarge
1st January 2016, 19:05
I guess that explains why I can't see any pictures. I looked some up on google. Some look good, some not so much.