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Ducati Street Tracker

Fuller Moto Limited Edition Ducati Pro Street Tracker

At BikeBound we love street trackers, and it really doesn’t get much better than this! Anyone who has observed Bryan Fuller’s fabrication skills knows that his moniker, “Metal Magician,” is well deserved. We recently toured his shop and were blown away by the Naked Motus and Shogun Honda, among others.

Ducati Street Tracker

So when Lloyd Brothers Motorsports was looking for a partner to fabricate a new and improved chassis for the Team Ducati Flat Track Race Bike to compete in the American Flat Track Series, they knew just where to turn. The result was a new chassis incorporating innovative design and engineering processes and one which has proven itself to be a winner in that series.

Ducati Street Tracker

Since Lloyd Brothers needed multiple frames, Bryan had to be able to scale. So he thought, “why not create a limited street edition at the same time?” The Limited Edition Pro Street Tracker, a true “race bike with lights,” was born.

Ducati Street Tracker

While the chassis is fabricated on the same JIG as the Lloyd Brothers bikes, Fuller Moto has made some subtle enhancements to the ergonomics, to include a +3 degree rake, and slightly stretching the swing-arm. The bike can now accept off-the-shelf triple trees and forks at a substantial cost reduction over custom triple trees. Here, Ohlins inverted forks with TTX cartridge kit are held in place with Attack Performance racing triple clamps.

Ducati Street Tracker

The swing-arm is a custom unit built in house on the same JIG as the race bikes. The shock is a custom unit from Fox Shox made specifically for this bike. The rear brake is from a KTM 690 Duke.

Ducati Street Tracker

Bryan’s exhausts are always works of art and this full stainless steel system, with exclusive prototype Cone Engineering reverse cone mufflers, is no exception. Aluminum Seigl exhaust flanges are lightweight and stylish. The sound is pure Ducati.

Ducati Street Tracker

The bodywork is the same glass used on the AMA race team but trimmed for a more tailored look. Headlight is an LED unit from The Retrofit Source (TRS) and the taillight is from Jesse Spade with TRS blinkers on each side. A MotoGadget gauge is housed discreetly in the triple tree.

Ducati Street Tracker

Propulsion is courtesy of a Ducati Monster 796 crate motor with wiring, MicroTec ECU, and custom mapping from the DucShop.

Ducati Street Tracker

The 19” aluminum wheels were prototypes for this bike by Dubya USA, with Talon Billet Pro Hubs, Sun 19” x 3.5” aluminum rims, and stainless spokes and nipples. The tires are the only available DOT rubber in this size, by Vee Rubber (F 27.0 x7.0x19; R 27×7.5×19). Brakes are Brembo calipers with EBC rotors.

Ducati Street Tracker

This is a tracker with direct lineage from a successful race bike that can be ridden every day as well as being ready to kick some ass in a hooligan race. And it’s for sale!

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About the author: Rick Brown

 

Rick Brown is the senior correspondent at BikeBound, reporting from events around the country. He’s owned one of the fastest street-legal Sportsters in South Georgia, as well as a highly-modified Wide Glide Anniversary Edition, a Suzuki SV650 track bike, a Kawasaki ZZR1200, and his current stable includes a Ninja 1000 and Kawasaki KZ650 cafe/tracker. He’s a graduate of the Kevin Schwantz’s Superbike School and Penguin Racing School, and in 2014 he rode coast-to-coast, circling the country in a journey of more than 9000 miles.

 

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