Texas-based Revival Cycles transforms already arresting Ducati motos and turns them into truly epic bikes. Their latest is dubbed the “Fuse”. The Fuse’s base bike is the mid-2000s Ducati Monster street bike but ends up looking nothing like the original. 1,000 hours of work transforms the Monster into one of the slinkiest two-wheelers we’ve ever seen. The first thing you notice is the melding of three gorgeous pieces: the bikini fairing, monocoque tank, and tailpiece, all clad in seven layers of stunning red paint. The custom stainless steel trellis frame is paired with a custom-machined swing-arm, and they all sit atop special 18″ wheels and custom Dunlop prototype racing slick tires. The Fuse is powered by a rebuilt 1100cc Monster engine with a race-tuned ECU and slipper clutch, custom-machined belt covers, one-off velocity stacks, and a hand-welded exhaust system. It’s easily one of the most beautiful mods we’ve ever laid eyes on, and we pray it never gets dropped.