Exuding a minimalist aesthetic with aggressive style, the bike's frame had been reworked and crafted to a bespoke form. The studio then replaced the motorcycle’s original swingarm with the Ducati 803 scrambler’s stock aluminum part, and had a custom rear suspension shock made specifically for the "Sixty2" by UK-based suspension manufacturers Wilbers, in addition to installing a new set of USD forks at the front.
With Tom from Diamond Atelier particularly liking the shape of the gas tank and how it complimented the bike’s lines, the design was kept intact and updated with a custom red paint, and handcrafted a rear frame for it with an aggressive kick-up tail.
Other notable details include a tan cowhide leather saddle suiting the motorcycle’s dark componentry, while the headlight is stock from the Ducati Scrambler with a custom aluminum surround, and below that are tiny prototype indicators by Germany-based Kellermann.
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