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It’s again time to bring forth some interesting re-thinking of actual bikes signed by Ulfert Janssen of Gannet Design. For today, we’ve got a sweet machine revisited by Janssen and which, despite not becoming dramatically different, introduces a most welcome extra custom vibe… welcome the Gannet Tracker, the new Ducati Scrambler alias.

Custom Ducati Scrambler - Carbon fiber rear mono coque



Custom Ducati Scrambler - protective trellis frame around tank



Custom Ducati Scrambler - Oxidated metal and carbon fiber



Custom Ducati Scrambler - G Tracker Copper



Custom Ducati Scrambler - G Tracker Blue




Which one do you like?
 

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I think it would be cool to use the exhaust system from this concept.



But without all the stuff under the seat so that it look really, really clean. Very minimalist.
I agree, without that plate their, in my opinion it will look better.
Not something I though looked that great to begin with... maybe a different plate design will work out better?
 

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I agree, without that plate their, in my opinion it will look better.
Not something I though looked that great to begin with... maybe a different plate design will work out better?
I'm hoping there's enough room for the rear cylinder exhaust to exit where that perforated plate is. The shock should be far enough to the left to allow the rear pipe to come out the right. The front one should end near the same place, allowing both to be the same length, and staggered.
 

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I agree, without that plate their, in my opinion it will look better.
Not something I though looked that great to begin with... maybe a different plate design will work out better?
In my opinion, nothing should be there unless it actually serves a function. Otherwise it is just being added on for the look of it which I think is a mistake. When it comes to design, everything should serve a purpose.
 

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In my opinion, nothing should be there unless it actually serves a function. Otherwise it is just being added on for the look of it which I think is a mistake. When it comes to design, everything should serve a purpose.
that's what i prefer too
like the more naked look it would have without that plate their
just can't wait to see someone do it
 
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