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Diamond Atelier Ducati

Germany's Diamond Atelier took a little break from BMWs to build its first Ducati. The DA12 is customized Scrambler Sixty2 that scales it back from 803cc to a 400cc bike that's designed for short urban runs. As you can see, the bike gets a tidy overhaul with an updated chassis that swaps out the stock swingarm with an aluminum one from an 803 Scrambler and it also gets USD forks and a custom Wilbers rear shock. 

Other additions include Kineo spoked rims, Metzeler Racetec RR K3 tires, Brembo PSC-16 brake pumps, and ABM braided steel hoses. Visually, the bike keeps the originally fuel tank that's wrapped in a glossy candy red and is joined by a new rear frame with a kick-up tail with a diamond-stitched leather seat.

Source: Pipeburn

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