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Ducati Sport 1000 custom revival

I’m a huge fan of Ducati’s Sport 1000 and was disappointed to see them go when they ceased their production in 2010. The Sport 1000 took inspiration from the 750 Sport of the seventies and was one of the few factory made Cafe Racer styled bikes on market. With a seat designed for one, clip on bars, bar end […]

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Orlando Bloom: Motorcycle Ride to the Gym!

Orlando Bloom takes his motorcycle for a spin while heading to the gym on Saturday (January 5) in West Hollywood, Calif. The day before, the 35-year-old actor was spotted accepting kisses from his wife Miranda Kerr while picking her up after a visit to Diamond Nails & Spa Tanning.   Orlando‘s two films Zulu and […]

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Louis75 Jubiläumsbike Ducati

If you live in mainland Europe and ride a motorcycle, you’ve probably bought parts or accessories from a company called Louis. The Hamburg-based company is Europe’s largest moto retailer, and it’s just celebrated its 75th anniversary. To mark the occasion, Louis commissioned Marcus Walz to build a custom bike—and asked for ‘a machine that combines […]

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Casey Stoner memories: Vittoriano Guareschi

By Matthew Birt 2012 marked the end of an era when double MotoGP world champion Casey Stoner hung up his leathers after finishing third in the Valencia race in November. The Australian– widely acclaimed as one of the fastest riders in history – quit at just 27 after becoming disillusioned at constant rule changes and […]

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Best Cruiser 2012: Ducati Diavel

 By Motorcycle USA Staff How do we justify naming the Ducati Diavel “Cruiser of the Year” two years running? Because nobody has stepped up to match the performance of Ducati’s power cruiser. In fact, the Ducati Diavel Carbon, at 452 pounds, is a claimed 11 pounds lighter than the standard Diavel thanks to forged Marchesini […]

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Jorge Lorenzo: Ducati has masked Valentino Rossi’s pace in MotoGP

By Sam Tremayne Jorge Lorenzo feels Ducati’s struggles over the past two MotoGP seasons have masked 2013 Yamaha team-mate Valentino Rossi’s true pace. The seven-time champion won twice and claimed 10 podiums during his final year with Yamaha in 2010, finishing third in the championship. Following his switch to Ducati he has experienced the first […]

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Revolutions of Racing – Part 1

This video series will take you through the building of a Ducati Superbike. Speed City’s Jonathan Green went to the Boulder Motorsports facility in Colorado and gets up close and technical. Part 1 – Front and rear braking systems, cooling systems, heat shields. For more from DucTalk.com CLICK HERE

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1978 Ducati 900 “Sport” Custom

A few years back Rene Waters custom 1978 Ducati 900 GTS was getting some great online press, appearing on the likes of Bike Exif and Pipeburn and rightly so, it was a stunning build. Notice though that I said it “was” a stunning build. In an unfortunate twist of fate the bike was written off […]

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New Playboy Commercial, Starring Ducati Monster and Some Chick

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Frameless Ducati Panigale a Sales Success – Euro Cycles of Tampa Bay Florida

  The Ducati 1199 Panigale may have cast aside much of what was traditionally considered de rigeur for the Bologna brand but it hasn’t exactly impeded sales.   Ducati reports they have sold over 7,500 Panigales, despite initial commentator fears that the failure of the monocoque chassis concept in MotoGP may have rubbed off on […]

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