Ducati Monster café racer: A stunning custom from France

If you are looking for a custom motorcycle that combines the classic style of a café racer with the performance of a modern naked bike, you might want to check out the Ducati Monster café racer by Jerem Motorcycles. This French builder has taken a Ducati Monster S2R 1000 and turned it into an aggressive and eye-catching bike with a superb green and silver livery.

The Ducati Monster S2R 1000 is one of the most powerful and advanced bikes in the Monster family. It features a 999cc V-twin engine that produces 155 horsepower and 105 Nm of torque, paired with an electronic suspension system, Brembo brakes, and traction control. The bike also has a distinctive look, with LED lights, a digital instrument panel, and a high-mounted exhaust.

Ducati Monster café racer: A stunning custom from France
Ducati Monster café racer: A stunning custom from France

However, Jerem Motorcycles did not stick to the stock parts of the S2R. He swapped out the suspension for more robust components from other Ducati models, such as the Diavel AMG edition front forks and rear shock. He also fabricated spacers to match the front discs to the wider Diavel forks, and replaced them with new brake lines from Exact Engineering. He rebuilt the motor with a high-temperature black finish and a transparent clutch cover from CNC Racing. He also blacked out the exhaust headers and replaced them with a single carbon fiber Termignoni can.

The green and silver makeover

The most striking feature of Jerem’s Ducati Monster café racer is its green and silver livery. The builder used various parts from different sources to create this color scheme. He painted the frame in green, while keeping some parts in black to contrast with the colorful bits. He also added some carbon fiber accents to match the stock fuel tank.

The seat is made of leather and Alcantara, sculpted to fit under the raised fuel tank. The headlight fairing is made of Paolo Tex material, while the belly pan is fiberglass. The running gear includes Koso LED lights for all three positions (headlight, taillight, turn signal), as well as an AviaCompositi dash that has a yellow face and a carbon fiber housing.

The final result

The result is a stunning custom motorcycle that blends retro charm with modern performance. Jerem’s Ducati Monster café racer looks like it came straight out of an old movie or magazine cover. It also sounds like it can handle any road condition or challenge.

If you are impressed by this build, you might want to contact Jerem Motorcycles for more information or inquiries about his services. You can find him on Instagram at @jerem_motorcycles or visit his website at jeremmotorcycles.com.

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