What do you get when you cross a Laverda with a Harley and a Ducati? You get a Ducati 860 GT framed, Harley XL 1200R powered custom Cafe Racer rolling on a set of Laverda 750 SF wheels named “La Haduc”.
– – No motorcycles were harmed in the making of this Cafe Racer – –
Piet (Pete) from the Netherlands built up the bike over 18 months for a total of less that 5000 euros. All of the components were pieced together from several incomplete bikes or loose parts which makes this build what Piet refers to a bitsa bike (i.e It’s made from bitsa this and bitsa that). To name just a few of the other “Bits” that make up “La Haduc” here’s the spec list:
Frame: 1975 Ducati 860 GT Rearfork: 1972 Laverda 750 SF Engine: 2004 Harley XL 1200R Wheels: 1972 Laverda 750 SF Rear suspension: Koni`s Front suspension: Ceriani Gastank: 1977 Ducati 500SD Oiltank: Santee alloy Ignition: Altmann P3 Fenders: chopped alloy Seat: caferacer type Instruments: mini mph speedo Handles: unknown Foot controls: Tarozzi Handlebar: clip-on`s Exhaust: Harley/Bos Airfilter: Kuryakyn Velociraptor Headlight: Harley Davidson Rearlight: Miller type