Have license plate, will travel. Here's a taste of some of our favorite custom trackers.
Flying the Roland Sands Design Dirty Ducati, Coming in Hot...
We do get to throw our leg over some pretty blue-groovy motorcycles here at Cycle World (the Gregg’s Customs R1 comes to mind), but even that seems a bit tame compared to the Ducati Desmosedici Street Tracker Roland Sands cooked up.
IDP Moto Honda NX650 Street Tracker
The finished bike is simple, not too “showy,” with everything fitted for a purpose and nothing thrown on or added for the hell of it. The intention was to produce a real usable, practical head-turner—something that perhaps Honda could have, or should have, produced.
Mule Motorcycles Harley-Davidson XR1000 Street Tracker
What does one do with a low-mileage 1983 Harley-Davidson XR1000 that has suffered damage resulting from a “mishap” on the road? For Michael Schumacher of Scottsdale, Arizona, the answer was to enlist Mule Motorcycles of Poway, California.
The builders are Sasha Valentine of Cafe Racer XXX and Sean Skinner of MotoRelic. They teamed up after Sasha saw an Ascot Sean had built in the tracker vein; she quickly reached out to collaborate on this Royal Enfield-sponsored build after she had received it.
The Zaeta 530 SE Is A Street-Legal Tracker For The Tough Ones
If you’re looking for a fun, lightweight, street-legal flat-tracker, the Zaeta 530 SE is not the bike for you. It’s two of those things and, to the right person, may be all three. But you’re probably not that person.
Yamaha DT-07 Street Tracker Is The Custom FZ-07 We All Need
Looking for inspiration? Something to hang on your wall (bedroom, garage, FB) that will allow your mind to wander to better things, better places, better times? The modern equivalent to that poster of the Bimota Tesi, Ducati 916, Ferrari F50, or Lamborghini Countach? Look no further than this flat-track concept that gets lights and a license plate. Thus, the DT-07 street tracker is born.