Ducati Monster 795 customized by Tony’s BIKE Design in Bangkok, Thailand image from Tony’s BIKE Design.

Man, I miss my Ducati.

It’s been a few years since my baby got stolen from my garage at 2 pm in the afternoon, but I still think about her every time a Monster cruises past me on the streets.

I was still slowly working on customizing her, but always wondered how my bike would have turned out if I had the chance to finish everything I wanted to do.

Ducati Monster 795 customized by Tony’s BIKE Design in Bangkok, Thailand image from Tony’s BIKE Design.

But when I saw this bike on Tony’s BIKE Design’s Instagram account, I knew this would have been how I wanted the final product to look.

Unfortunately, I don’t speak Thai, but since I am fairly familiar with the bike, I can sound off on what my best guesses are with the upgrades to this beautifully customized Ducati Monster 795:

  • Custom paint (black/gold)
  • Custom seat
  • Tail tidy kit
  • Custom handlebar
  • Custom exhaust
  • Custom headlight
  • Bar end mirrors
  • Custom grips
  • Some sort of fork wraps

Ducati Monster 795 customized by Tony’s BIKE Design in Bangkok, Thailand image from Tony’s BIKE Design.

Love the clean work done on this bike and I wouldn’t change a thing.

For more information on Tony’s BIKE Design in Bangkok, Thailand, you can check out their official Facebook pageĀ  here.

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