At Moto Rivista we love the WRENCHMONKEES because of their artistry and style. This Danish custom shop has built some of the best custom motorbikes in the world.

These boys are not just focused on extreme performance and bling bling chrome or flashy paint jobs and aerodynamics, they love building motorbikes with individual styling and leave that authentic WRENCHMONKEES style on each bike. Their passion for building motorbikes is global and they love working on different manufacturer bikes, including Japanese, British, Italian and American motorcycles.

Monkee #20 4The Monkee #20 is based on a Ducati 750 Super Sport. If you notice the old Ducati 750ss had fairings, which were removed to give it a mean and naked look. The bike was repainted to industrial metal tone. To keep the original identity of Ducati 750 Super Sport, WRENCHMONKEES decided to keep the original frame, swingarm, front fork, wheels and brakes.

The Monkee #20 rolls on Avon Distanzia (160/60-17 & 120/70-17) tyres with a hand-fabricated tank, seat, rear cowl and WM rear frame loop, WM fiberglass rear end, LED rearlight .The old headlight and turn signals were replaced with news one. Motogadget instrument. M-lock. K&N filters, K&N oil breather, last but not least the WM Megatron Mufflers.

The end result is a dark mean machine weighing 352lbs  {160kgs} Italian V-twin engine producing 70+hp. Our favorite part is the hand fabricated tank, which leaves that Danish custom style on this Ducati 750Ss.

Team Moto Rivista would do almost any thing to take the ‘Monkee #20’ for a spin!

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By day he is a Project Lead at Syntel Inc., by night a contributing editor at Moto Rivista. The young gun of the team, likes anything that goes fast!


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