For 67 years, Ducati has garnered a reputation for high-performance motorcycles. From the 750 SuperSport to the Monster and the Panigale, Ducati has produced bleeding-edge bikes with their famous L-twin engines. It was quite a departure when the Italian manufacturer introduced the Diavel, a bike aimed squarely at a uniquely American segment: The long-wheelbase cruiser. If there is one thing Americans love to do to their cruisers, it’s customize them. Ducati put an XDiavel in the hands of Belgian customizer Fred Krugger, and the result is the Thiverval. Named for a small race track outside of Paris, the bike’s design puts a futuristic spin on the classic cafe racer concept while staying true to the underlying Ducati heritage, turning the idea of a power cruiser on its head — much like the Diavel itself.
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