Totti Motori ‘Recycle’

Totti Motori Recycle, Ducati Monster custom motorcycle parts
If you have a 1993-2005 model Ducati Monster, how do you make it look a little different to all the others? The Monster, despite its sales success, is a difficult bike to customize. The trellis frame dominates the bike’s appearance, so most custom Monsters are radical redesigns—such as the JvB Moto Flat Red. Bologna-based Roberto Totti, however, has come up with an alternative solution called ‘Recycle’. There are two flavors—café racer and scrambler—and the modified parts are interchangeable. It’s a modular approach centered on fibreglass tank covers, a new single-silencer exhaust system with three configurations (high, low and intermediate), and various seat/base setups according to the look you want. Spoked as opposed to the usual light alloy wheels are also available. It makes it relatively simple to create a different look for Ducati’s breakthrough machine, and one that extends beyond the usual Termignoni muffler upgrade. Why hasn’t anyone thought of this before?

  • Anthony

    Beautiful design, nice and clean… I have always liked the Monster for its simple, straight forward look. Defiantly a modern day “cafe racer”. In the future this will be one of those plentifully available bikes that will be at the heart the restoration boom!… my two cents.

  • Glenn Edley

    I would buy a Monster now knowing I can do this to it. Keep seeing / hearing them in the morning traffic and thinking that’s a great way to get to work.

  • mark

    Wow, they have tons of cool bikes on their site, and this Monster is no exception.

  • Greg

    I love it but I wish their site had more info about what exactly comes with the kit.

  • Simon

    I couldn’t agree more with Greg – I own a 2001 Monster and going beyond the usual billet clutch cover, bar end mirrors and pipe upgrade is looking to become a costly and time consuming business…

    More info on (or about) Mr Totti’s site would be great!

  • Kozzy

    Any photos available of the scrambler version?

  • Chris Pootay

    Horrible effort, molded ABS-plastic cover-ups (hideously-decaled at that) does not a custom make.

  • Kidchampion

    Kozzy, I believe if you click here:

    It shows both versions. You can click back and forth and see the difference in the fork length, handlebars and suspension height.

  • Tin Man 2

    Pootay, Dont all Ducatis use plastic tank covers now?? Wire wheels look great on this bike,and its nice to see a Duc thats not Red. Besides the front pipe acting as a skid plate, this would make a great scrambler!!