If you’ve ever spotted the 1996 Ducati 900SS before, you probably know that this mean machine is anything but a streetfighter. However, that hasn’t kept designer Clay Rathburn of Atom Bomb Custom Motorcycles from transforming this legendary superbike into a naked rocket! Nicknamed the Eleven, the modified bike sports a 999 frame built from scratch, newly fabricated aluminum bodywork, Showa forks from a late-model Suzuki GSX-R, Brembo monobloc radial brake calipers and a new 4.5 gallon tank.
To complete the look, Rathburn added a powder coated Ducati performance fender, an Aprilia RSV front wheel and a Ducati 999 rear wheel, swingarm and shock! Together, all these bits and pieces sourced from other superbikes and added to the frame of this 900SS makes it a one-of-a-kind machine that promises to turn heads as you zip around town.