Ducati has built its reputation on its high-performance motorcycles for the past 67 years. The 750 SuperSport, the Monster, and the Panigale are some well-known bleeding-edge bikes associated to Ducati. The game changer, though, was when the Italian manufacturer introduced the Diavel, a bike with an American feel to it: The long-wheelbase cruiser. It is no lie that Americans love customizing their cruisers. When Ducati put into the hands of Belgian customizer Fred Krugger an XDiavel, what he got back was the Thiverval. Named after a small race track near Paris, the bike's design takes a futuristic twist on the classic racer, while keeping the essence of the Ducati heritage.