Sabotage Strips Down The Ducati Imola 750 To Create A Custom Café Racer.
When it first hit the scene back in the 1970s, the Ducati Imola picked up a huge following and in many ways became a collectors item, a very expensive one at that. So Indonesian customizer Sabotage Cycles decided to recreate the motorcycle for their latest project. They started with a Ducati 860 GT, which has a lot of similarities to the Imola 750.
A few noticeable differences of the recreation are the lack of a front fairing, the engine and aluminum fuel tank are on display. Also the addition of a fog lamp originally built for a Ferrari. The aluminum bodywork was altered to match the Imola aesthetic, and parts of the body were painted in the same shade of green as the original. You can take a look at the images of this bike below.