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“The prototype was developed using a process very similar to what we do in the automotive studios. I made sketches used to produce a 1/5 scale model that was 3d scanned along with the Ducati frame and engine. Then a 3d data model was built to direct the mill used to produce a mold. Carbon fiber parts were then produced and bonded into the bikes you see in white (001) and red (002).” Alex Earle.

DESIGN

PROCESS

PROTOTYPE

 

A lightweight, ergonomically optimized street tracker with simple, cutting edge carbon fiber construction. Upon completing the prototype (green bike), development of a full carbon monocoque design was begun. Improvements were also made in fuel capacity, assembly and tolerances. This program resulted in a bike weighing just 347 pounds (without fuel).

 

The seat height of 33” and wide, deeply swept flat track bars place the rider in a commanding, upright riding position perfect for charging the canyons _ supermoto style. The wheels are 19”, custom milled from billet and highly relieved for ultimate weight saving. A custom tuned exhaust has been engineered

 

for maximum horsepower gain and constructed in stainless, including one-off water jet cut collars. Full LED head and tail lights provide exceptional output and super clean integration. The seat consists of a carbon fiber base with Nirrox synthetic ultrasuede covering and a numbered plate.

THE

 

Currently, we are offering just 5 units in complete carbon. 002 (red) is currently available with 003, 004, and 005 awaiting deposits. Livery, graphics, color and component selection can be personalized for each example. 001 (white) has been sold.

BIKES

001

BUILD

SET UP

The basic bike can be set up in 2 distinct versions.

In addition to the basic 19” wheeled Tracker, a quick change to 17”, 3 spoke wheels and handlebars with reduced pull back create a 1982 Superbike styled road course bike with a much lower stand over height.

SPECS

347 pounds without fuel, 33″ seat height

4.75 gallon fuel capacity

Carbon fiber number plate with int. LED headlamps

Vortex J Murph flat track bars

Custom bar clamp risers

Carbon fiber fork protectors

Brembo radial brake / clutch levers

K&N air filters (airbox eliminated)

Custom LED tail lights incl. turn indicators

Carbon fiber, illuminated number plate holder

Custom 19” wheels milled by RSD

Maxxis DTR-1 track tires with custom graphics

Ducati Performance rearsets

Full custom, tuned exhaust

Simple 4 bolt body removal

Carbon fiber body support

Carbon fiber battery tray, rear fender inner

Motogadget cycle computer

Bonded aircraft fuel cap

Highly reworked frame

Ducati 900cc air cooled, carbureted engine

 

002

BUILD

SET UP

 

The basic bike can be set up in 2 distinct versions.

In addition to the basic 19” wheeled Tracker, a quick change to 17”, 3 spoke wheels and handlebars with reduced pull back create a 1982 Superbike styled road course bike with a much lower stand over height.

SPECS

347 pounds without fuel, 33″ seat height

4.75 gallon fuel capacity

Carbon fiber number plate with int. LED headlamps

Vortex J Murph flat track bars

Custom bar clamp risers

Carbon fiber fork protectors

Brembo radial brake / clutch levers

K&N air filters (airbox eliminated)

Custom LED tail lights incl. turn indicators

Carbon fiber, illuminated number plate holder

Custom 19” wheels milled by RSD

Maxxis DTR-1 track tires with custom graphics

Ducati Performance rearsets

Full custom, tuned exhaust

Simple 4 bolt body removal

Carbon fiber body support

Carbon fiber battery tray, rear fender inner

Motogadget cycle computer

Bonded aircraft fuel cap

Highly reworked frame

Ducati 900cc air cooled, carbureted engine

 

SHOP

65% Cotton / 35% Polyester

Locally printed.

Distressed Ink.

Runs a size small.

Fitted cut.

 

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ABOUT

 

After many years of working in the automotive design industries of Europe and Southern California, I began to conceptualize a project I could follow entirely from initial design to fully operational prototype.

 

I explored many ideas before the Tracker illustrated on this website was selected as concept direction. It seemed the perfect convergence of many of my personal interest – excellent Ducati drivetrain, oversized wheels shod with aggressive rubber, tall seat height, pure flat track proportion and graphics.

 

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