In recent years, a new category has been born in the world of motorcycling. A category that is constantly gaining more and more followers because of the purely personal taste of each rider. The transformation of each motorcycle into a Café Racer is generally done through the Custom build. Frames and engines of various machines are used as a basis for a complete conversion. In this case, this Ducati of Kris Reniers is such a case.
A 1998 Ducati ST4 was used as a canvas for Kris Reniers – the mastermind behind Deep Creek Cycleworks – to illustrate a concept inspired by Holographic Hammer, a design studio that deals exclusively with bike conversions.
Kris, an experienced race rider, has a particular fondness for Ducatis and their conversion. That’s why he built the Italian brand’s 3rd bike, giving it the code name “Green Machine 3.0”. Inside the frame is mounted the same 90-degree V-twin engine from the Ducati 916, which produces 105 horsepower.
In Kris’ words, this ST4 is definitely not a showpiece and when the opportunity arises, he plans to head to the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps in Belgium for the necessary test.
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