This is a Ducati Multistrada 1000DS modified motorcycle, which is designed by Carlo Roscioof Pavi, a town in Lombardy about 35 km south of Milan, its called “Biuta”. The Carlo Roscio Ducati Multistrada Biuta come with white and blue paint matched well with the black frame. This is a special project as Carlo and his brother created this bike using a plethora of parts not originally designed for this motorcycle, and this makes it a beautiful custom build in its true form.
The Carlo Roscio Ducati Multistrada Biuta gets a Honda-spec Öhlins suspension with forks from a VTR1000 SP-2, and shocks from an unspecified CBR, headlight from Yamaha MT-03, and the tail is modeled on the Aprilia RSV unit, recreated using carbon fiber. The brothers added a side-mounted oil cooler which is a common racecar part with a hand-made sinuous exhaust from Zard. A Beringer braking system keeps the forged aluminum Marchesini wheels in check.
Source: il Ducatista and www.bikeexif.com