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Ducati’s Diavel has devilish side

By: Andria Yu, USA TODAY Ducati says the Diavel (which means “devil” in the Bolognese dialect) got its name because of its looks. According to their press release, when the first prototype was introduced to engineers and technicians, someone looking at the bike’s silhouette from the rear exclaimed, “Evil, just like the devil!” When I […]

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Ducati Line Up To Remain Unchanged For 2015: Crutchlow, Dovizioso and Iannone to Ride Radically Revised Desmosedici GP15

After all the speculation of massive changes in Ducati’s MotoGP team, all is to remain the same. During the World Ducati Week event held for fans of the Italian marque at Misano, both Andrea Dovizioso and Cal Crutchlow announced that they would be remaining with Ducati for 2015, with Crutchlow choosing not to exercise his […]

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VIDEO: 2014 Supermoto Shootout

Aprilia, Ducati, and MV Agusta go head-to-head in Sport Rider’s 2014 Supermoto track test video   Early last month, the Sport Rider Magazine test staff stepped away from their computers and headed to the Horse Thief Mile racetrack in Rosamond, CA, for a full day of riding. Weapons of choice that day weren’t the latest […]

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WSBK Laguna Seca: Ducati ‘working well’ for pace setter Davies

Chaz Davies is confident he is set for a strong weekend at Laguna Seca after setting the pace in World Superbike free practice for Ducati. Fast from the off, Davies was fourth quickest in FP1 and second best in FP2 before setting the pace in FP3, the Welshman ending the day with the fastest time […]

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How Ducati Makes You Hyper | VIDEO

The Ducati “HYPE” experience from Ducati Thailand.

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Scrambler Ducati

Born in Ducati, grown in the hearts of Motorcyclists. Back in 2015. #scramblerducati born in 1962 from Scrambler Ducati on Vimeo.

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Ducati Hypermotard SP | SHORT SHIFT

They say: 
 “Unmistakably motard.”  We say: 
“Hate. This. Clutch. Love. This. Bike.” When Aaron Frank went to Spain to ride the Hypermotard last year (First Ride, June ’13, MC), he only sampled the up-spec SP version within the opulent confines of the Ascari Race Resort, no doubt gobbling caviar between sessions. That kid is […]

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Review: Ducati Multistrada excels even in the rain

By: Andria Yu The Multistrada 1200 S Granturismo is Ducati’s top-of-the-line motorcycle for adventure touring. Equipped with huge side cases (73-liter capacity each) and a 48-liter top case with passenger backrest, this 1198 cc, 150 hp beast is made to haul butt while hauling close to a week’s worth of luggage. I recently had the […]

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Ducati Reveals Monster 821 in Two Flavors

By  Chris Bruce We found the third-generation Ducati Monster 1200S to be a comfortable but quite capable sport bike during our First Ride. But what if you love the new bike’s brawny looks but don’t think you’ll need the full 1200cc V-twin? At first blush, we’d say you might be crazy, but Ducati is looking […]

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2015 Ducati Scrambler!

By Bruno dePrato At the upcoming EICMA show in Milan this fall, Ducati will unveil a new Scrambler. The Scrambler of the ’70s, you might recall, was an evolution of a previous 250cc enduro model named the Motocross. US importers Mike and Joe Berliner saw a lot of potential in the concept, even visiting Borgo […]

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