Sylvain Berneron is a custom bike designer who has created Holographic Hammer, a means to create digital sketches in order to get the global proportion of bikes correct.
A few weeks ago, Holographic Hammer showed off a rendering of ‘Project Hero 01’ and now here it is in the flesh, the custom Ducati Scrambler.
The Ducati Scrambler has become the best selling bike in its country of origin, Italy. The company has posted increased sales in all markets that it’s available in and it has amassed a great following ever since it was introduced.
With that in mind, it was only time before a well modified example hit the streets and suffice to say, Holographic Hammer has delivered with their tasteful Scrambler example.
In terms of bodywork, the tail has been shortened with a rear frame loop and all new subframe, whilst the rear mudguards have been removed. Aggressive Cognito Moto forks were added with brake rotors that feature no drilling and radial-mount calipers. To make the whole setup fit, the triple clamps and steering head were modified.
17 inch all-carbon fibre wheels look the part and are wrapped in slick Pirelli tires whilst a Werkes USA shorty exhaust and muffler fill the under-tail. Additionally, a newly stitched seat gives the bike a cafe-racer look and feel, in addition to LED tail-lights and modified head-lights.
There’s no word yet if Holographic Hammer will offer all of the options on Project Hero 01 as a kit, but we’d definitely be keen to see it happen!
To see more of their designs, visit Holographic Hammer.