2012-01-23 13:01:17+0000

Our friends at Rocket Garage have done it once again.  This time they have discovered an elemental cafe racer based on the cheap and underrated Ducati 900SS. The secret to a great cafe racer is to eliminate everything that isn't essential.  Older Pantah powered machines are an excellent starting point as they are little more [...] You may also be interested in these related posts:

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