By eschewing traditional aftermarket values like expensive, complicated, failure-prone parts, Pierobon hopes to create a machine that helps owners focus on riding, not the price tag. The Italian company envisions riders of outdated or crashed Ducati 2-Valve models buying their aluminum frame kit and building the rest of the upgrade components themselves. Of course, they’d be happy to sell you the no-frills fiberglass bodywork and rebuilt suspension themselves, if you really want them to.
Pierobon doesn’t make or sell upgraded powertrain components other than a cheap stainless-steel exhaust, reusing as much of the original bike as possible. We like this low-cost, big-results approach to bike making. After all, if you have a 147kg 1000cc Ducati, what more could you need?