1997 Ducati 900SS SP J63 by Revival Cycles

This custom build of a 1997 Ducati 900SS SP J63 was done by Revival Cycles, an impressive workshop based in Austin, Texas. The resulting motorcycle is lightweight and linear with no-bulk steel chassis. Vintage in style, the design is finished with intricate spoked wheels and a deep shade of red leather for the seat and grips. “Someone once really loved this little SP and we have a plan to return it to a glory it never quite achieved. All completed by Team Revival, under the roof of our very own shop.” Take a look!

Exclusive 75 850T Yama-Guzuki by Revival Cycles

This custom muscle king by Revival Cycles is called Beto for short but is formally known as a hot 75 850T Yama-Guzuki. It was fully and totally made by hand in house. The only two exceptions are the powder-coating and leather seat whose final details had to be outsourced, but the rest was literally built by the team. Aluminum pieces handcrafted include the headlight cowl and brackets, front brake linkage, footpegs, shifter, brake pedal, intake manifolds and exhaust. It’s got Yamaha TZ racing 4LS front brake, Inverted GSXR Forks, and custom one-off CNC triples. Uniquely made with POSH grips, widened hubs, Custom 18″ alloy wheels, and a dropped & lower frame rail. Features a Motogadget M-unit and M-lock, one-off gullwing style alloy clip-ons, an integrated gas tank, seat and tail. “There’s one-off pegs, shifter and braking system, a one-off stainless exhaust with CNC-machined header clamps, and (you guessed it) a one-off CNC-machined cut alloy frame tie-plate. All cables and the wiring was handmade and there’s a hidden LED taillight system. We also polished and smoothed everything. Oh, and the handmade seat by Ginger at New Church Moto.”