The Harrison Award 2018 - Carbon Projects Ducati M900 entry

The Harrison Award is a challenge for emerging designers and builder to design and build two Ducati Motorcycles that meet the standards of the Harrison Collection. The top two selected builders will receive a contract to build their design based on the donor bike and budget received from Gerald Harrison. .

This competition was made possible by Gerald Harrison and his assembled judge panel that includes Chris Hunter from Bike Exif, Gareth Roberts and Max Hazan.

The Carbon Projects entry was based on the Ducati Monster M900 chassis, utilizing many of the OEM parts while still incorporating some custom parts to streamline the existing bike. A custom tail and sub frame extension would be fabricated along with custom CNC machined components. 

The Carbon Projects concept proposal was selected 5th out of over 100 entry’s.

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Custom Carbon Fiber Tail section

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Custom CNC Machined Aluminum Clutch Cover

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2019 Indian FTR 1200

The day everyone has been waiting for! The public release of the Indian FTR 1200. 
The first photo is my photoshop of what the new Indian FTR1200 would look like cleaned up with a modified tail, left side mufflers, sub frame cover and a tucked in headlight. 
The second photo is of the stock FTR 1200. 
What’s the consensus on the production version? Love it? Hate it?

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