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Return of the Cafe Racers - Ducati Cafe Racer by OMT Garage

Ducati Cafe Racer by OMT Garage

The Milan motorcycle show (EICMA) has grown to be one of the worlds premiere motorcycle events.  With many manufacturers showcasing their latest concept motorcycles alongside of some of the worlds best custom bike builders it's definitely one for any motorcycle lovers bucket list. The custom builders attending this year included the likes of…


The Milan motorcycle show (EICMA) has grown to be one of the worlds premiere motorcycle events.  With many manufacturers showcasing their latest concept motorcycles alongside of some of the worlds best custom bike builders it’s definitely one for any motorcycle lovers bucket list.

The custom builders attending this year included the likes of Rolands Sands, Zero Engineering, Abnormal Cycles and Mr Martini. The bike that caught our eye was this Ducati Sport Classic Cafe Racer built by OMT Garage. It’s not as extreme as other custom creations you would find at the show but it’s certainly our style. The judges were obviously fond of it too as it took out second place in the Cafe Racer category.

Check out the EICMA website galleries for more photos from the event. The amazing customs you see below were sourced from Derestricted.

TPR Triumph

Abnormal cycles Harley based Cafe Racer

Roland Sands Yamaha Vmax

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