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Steve Jones’ Ducati

EXCLUSIVE —If you live in L.A. probably remember Steve from his Indie 103.1 show, Jonesy’s Jukebox. If you elsewhere, you’ll know him as guitarist and founding member of the Pistols. These days, Jonesy’s big passion is motorcycles—and trick Ducati Hypermotard is his ride.

It was customized by David one of the top Ducati specialists on the west of the USA. According to David, “It in looking like it’d had a few bolt-ons installed. But all from sources, and with anodizing was in various shades and states of Most of what I did was cosmetic it’s a daily driver—and the 1100 has enough power for use as is.” With 90hp only 177kg (390 Jonesy’s Hypermotard has enough to terrorize the LA canyons, but now looks Something Else .

Bingham cut the sub-frame apart and it, and cleaned up any visible brackets. “I a mount on the rear to hold a tail light—with integrated signals—and to mount the license The front signals are based on Performance units from a that came broken in the I used epoxy to glue into the little air vents: very visible when on, and when off.”

The seat is a hand made by design house Chrome The exhaust was created from stainless tube, with a 2-into-1. “Steve’s vision was a short exhaust can. I one through Two Brothers and made up a mid-pipe to install it. He also has a Leo in his garage and can switch to that in a few

Bingham stripped down the and individually coated them an industrial ceramic coating for military firearms. “The I choose was ‘Sniper Grey’ to the other black parts. parts done in Cermacoat the inside covers of the Speedy belt covers, the clutch plate, and clutch cover.” also powdercoated the engine covers in low gloss black, ripped the Öhlins shock he powdercoated the body in low gloss and the spring in gloss black. the wheels are powdercoated (to eliminate the red but the body panels are painted

“There were a few other bits that had to be made, the dash mount and some relay blocks to run the signals. And the light: it’s a Baja 8” Soltek race light. only come with type bulbs, and an offroad-only pattern. So I found a different 8” through PIAA that was for a light that uses an H4

Ducati 1100 Racing

Jones’ Ducati is now a dark and custom, with usable and literally zero bling. The Hypermotard doesn’t quite do it for me, but version certainly does.

to see this rocker hasn’t away.

[Many thanks to LA Scott Nathan for the images and the See more of Scott’s photography on his page —after you’ve ours. of course.]

Canon EOS 5D | sec | f/3 | ISO 100 | Focal length 70mm

Ducati 1100 Racing
Ducati 1100 Racing
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