Texas-based custom shop Revival Cycles just recently put the finishing touches on their interpretation of the legendary Ducati Sport Classic, which likely caused every single employee at Ducati in Italy to promptly crap their pants.
Code-named "Pyro," the evil geniuses at Revival essentially burned the 2006 Ducati Sport Classic to the ground and started over, seriously altering the frame, gas tank, and seat position to accomodate for the owner's six-foot six-inch frame.
The gauge area was kept as minimal as possible to reflect the Ducatis of the late '60s and early '70s.
Underneath all the custom framework you'll still find a screaming fast 1000cc engine, which has even less work to do now that the bike has been significantly lightened. Rumor has it the front tire's filled with helium.
It's impossible to find a bad angle on this thing. Go ahead. Try.
While this is a one-off that isn't for sale, Revival is ready and willing to tackle almost any project you throw their way.