Ducati Supermono

The Ducati Supermono is one of the most successful dedicated racing motorcycles ever built by the Italian motorcycle marque, it was originally released in 1993 but to look back at its design from 2014 the bike still seems strangely modern, despite the fact that it’s now 21 years old. One of the reasons for this…

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Ducati Leggero by Walt Siegl Motorcycles

The Ducati Leggero series of limited production motorcycles by Walt Siegl have earned themselves a place of reverence in the lexicon of the world’s Ducatistas – Walt is an engineer’s engineer and his custom motorcycles are hotly anticipated by everyone who’s familiar with his work. These two Ducatis are his newest creations and Walt has…

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Ducati Scrambler

The long rumoured Ducati Scrambler was unveiled by the Italian motorcycle manufacturer at INTERMOT in Germany yesterday, this is a bike we’ve been hearing about for years although as it turns out – none of the rumours were particularly accurate. The most persistent Ducati Scrambler rumour was that it was going to be a slightly…

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Ducati 749 by Apogee Motorworks

The horses ridden by the four horsemen of the apocalypse are said to be white, red, black and pale. After having a look over the heavily modified Ducati 749 you see here, I’ve come to the conclusion that it’s the black horse, which I guess makes Gustavo Penna of Apogee Motorworks the friendliest harbinger of…

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The Ducati Leggero by Walt Siegl

The Ducati Leggero is a limited edition series of bespoke motorcycles built by custom legend Walt Siegl, the tank, seat, cowling and frame are all built by Walt in his workshop – along with a slew of other bespoke elements unique to this model. The Leggero is formed around an air-cooled Ducati 2 valve 900cc v-twin, with 39mm…

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Ducati Museum Walkthrough – Google Maps

If you’ve ever wanted to take a leisurely stroll through the Museo Ducati but have been limited by funds, geography, free time or all of the above, I’m here to tell you that thanks to the magic that is Google Maps, you can now wander through the Museum without expending any more calories than it…

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Ducati TT1

The Ducati TT1 and it’s street-legal progeny, the Ducati 750 F1, have now gone on to become some of the most desirable and collectible models from Ducati’s back catalogue – largely due to their rarity and face-melting performance capabilities. The TT1 was the 748cc race bike based on the hugely successful TT2, a 600cc motorcycle…

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Carbon Ducati Leggero by Walt Siegl

The Leggero is a limited edition series of custom Ducatis produced by world renowned motorcycle builder, Walt Siegl. Each one is made to order and the amount of thought and engineering that goes into them is slightly incredible, each one has a frame made from chrome-molybdenum tubing that’s stronger than steel but only weighs 19lbs….

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Buying Guide – Ducati Monster

Introduction   The Ducati Monster is a motorcycle that was designed by Miguel Galluzzi as his personal interpretation of what Marlon Brando would ride if the film “The Wild One” was filmed in the modern day. He can’t possibly have known when he drew the initial outlines how staggeringly successful his design would go on…

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Ducati 1098S Custom by shedX

This Ducati 1098S custom by shedX represents an entirely new take on the 1098S – a bike hitherto considered to be a faired sportbike largely designed for the track. The owner of the original 1098S had contacted the talented team at Syndey’s shedX after seeing one of their previous creations – the Bastardo. His original…

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