DUCATI STREETFIGHTER MH4 BY JAKUSA DESIGN, A MODERN CAFE RACER INTERPRETATION

DUCATI STREETFIGHTER MH4 BY JAKUSA DESIGN, A MODERN CAFE RACER INTERPRETATION

Ducati Streetfighter 1098, a special bike for me, it was crowned bike of the 2009 EICMA, when I saw it for the first time, I felt in love with his aggressive lines, the muscular stand was just blowing my mind, in 2011 finally I get a brand new one, and I can tell you I had a mixture of feeling, the bike was impractical in the city, my poems  were hurting me a lot, the heat from the engine can give a hard time in the traffic, the clutch was terrible and really hard, and if you had the idea to make some highway portion the wind will make your neck suffer, the seat is also really hard, your right foot will suffer from the exhaust heat protector, the original tires mount is a crap( Pirelli Rosso  a touring mount on a sport bike), the front end will give you no feedback what so ever…….finally I sold it after four years of painful ride, and scary moment on the twisty road, I had some fun especially at each corner exit.

You are thinking why such a long introduction? Sincerely I hate this bike, but someone, or Tamas Jakus (the owner of JAKUSA DESIGN) give us a superb concept around the Ducati Streetfighter, the concept is called Streetfighter MH4, for most of you are probably wondering what MH4 stand for? Those initial represent the old Ducati MH900e, a café racer from the late 90’s, therefore this Ducati Streetfighter MH4 is a modern interpretation of the Ducati MH900e, if you still wondering what the number 4 stand for, it mean nothing it is here just for fun.
The Ducati Streetfighter MH4 has received some aesthetics modification such the front cowl and a new tank, shortened seat post and of course a custom paint job, and I hope Tamas that you have solved the handlebars problem.
This Ducati Streetfighter MH4 could be built by anyone who want a modern café racer with a lot of character and style, for more information about the possibility of a built just get in touch with Tamas or Email me at: djadi.s@motorcycleraw.com