Texas-based bike builder Revival Cycles is back with another stunning masterpiece, dubbed Fuse. Taking inspiration from their own J63 build the two-wheeler required well over 1,000 hours to complete, and was designed and built by Alan Stulberg and his team at Revival Cycles in collaboration with their client Ed Boyd – a VP of design for Dell, before that, Global Creative Director for Nike and Sony.
Clad in seven layers of stunning of Ducati red paint, the bodywork is a beautiful monocoque design that incorporates the fuel and oil tanks, tail section, and seat wrapped in Revival Limited leather to keep things clean.
The Ducati Fuse is powered by a glorious 1100 Monster engine packed with a modern fuel-injected performance for 140bhp, slipper clutch, custom-machined belt covers and a handcrafted exhaust system.
The details are pretty impressive, this eye-catching custom ride sits on 18” wheels, designed and built to spec to show the detail of the custom hub.
All Images Courtesy of Revival Cycles