Radical Ducati Closes Shop

01/12/2014 @ 1:58 pm, by Jensen Beeler11 COMMENTS


After 15 years of making unique Ducati street bikes, Radical Ducati has announced the closing of its doors. The Spanish firm has made a name for itself by building custom Ducatis from various pieces of the Ducati parts bin, but now Pepo and Reyes are off for new adventures. We will miss their unique flare for design, but wish the folks at Radical Ducati all the best in their future endeavors.

Message from Radical Ducati:

Dear Ducatistis
I inform you that RADICAL DUCATI close his workshop and stop his activity.
It has been more than 15 years of passion, designing, fabricating, riding and developing my dreams.
Now is time to stop and make a change in my life.
I want to thanks all of you for your support and for share our passion.
The Radical Ducati facebook and blog would work for maintain and share our RAD spirit with all of you.

Below are some of our favorite builds from Radical Ducati these past few years:

Radical Ducati RAD02 Imola Cafe Racer

Radical Ducati 9½

Radical Ducati Café Veloce

Radical Ducati Mikaracer

Radical Ducati RAD 02 Corsa EVO

Radical Ducati 7½ Sportiva

Radical Ducati Matador

Source: Radical Ducati (Facebook)

  • MeatyBeard
  • Damn that sucks!!

    My favorite bike of theirs is the F3/250 single.


  • Wow. How disappointing. These were collectively some of the nicest bikes I’ve ever seen. The Café Veloce is heartbreakingly beautiful.

  • Chris Blair

    Son of a motherless goat. And what MeatyBeard said. Bummer.

  • MotherlessGoatsSupportGro


    My favourite builder by far. I hope this is because of a creative reason rather than an economical/financial one.

    I’ll be waiting for their next project. That’s for sure.

  • froryde

    +1 to all of the above

  • B-ry

    Damnit!!! I had hoped one day to buy one of these gems. Good luck to the guys, great stuff – will be missed.

  • DC

    Bikes just jumped in value….

  • nikolay

    noooooooooooo…. i wish i could know why or whats their next step

  • Norm G.

    re: “i hope this is because of a creative reason rather than an economical/financial one.”

    survey says…! (*ding*) economics.