Medaza Ducafe, Ducati Heritage in a Custom Trim [Photo Gallery]
Medaza's Don Cronin and Mick O'Shea started from an iconic Ducati: the Pantah, the first belt-driven camshaft machine from the Borgo Panigale manufacturer. Not exactly the most beautiful bike around, the Medaza guys aimed at making the best of it.
Modified V-Rod full billet wheels came into place for the distinctive, trademark look of the Irish workshop. Since the clean shine of bare metal is also one of the styling cues Medaza is recongnized for, it was only natural that the Ducafe received a custom, on-off aluminim bodywork and multiple matching accents. These include the polished engine covers, headlight bezel and the original gauge, now housed in a bespoke casing.
Believe it or not, but the cafe-racer seat was covered in the leather sourced from on of Mick's old leather jackets. An Aprilia front end was also installed, but the yokes had to be made in-house. Custom hand work was also needed for the one-off stainless steel exhausts which are simply amazing and breathe out an extremely sporty attire.
We totally dig the path Medaza is following and we're looking forward for more sleek builds from Don and Mick. Via Pipeburn.
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