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2006 Ducati Sport Classic
This low-mileage Ducati Sport Classic is in pristine condition and has been featured in the pages of Cafe Racer magazine and appeared on the hit Discovery Velocity series Cafe Racer. Adorned in a sleek, dark silver finish with white racing stripes, this Desmo-powered V-twin features Ducati's patented air-cooled, twin spark 1000cc engine, characterized by copious low-end torque and smooth, rapid acceleration. Among the aftermarket performance modifications are: a full, stainless steel Termignoni exhaust system (valued at $1,700) a custom clutch slave cylinder and open cover on the dry clutch; new Dunlop tires, taller, more comfortable handlebars from a Ducati ST3, custom brake and clutch levers, a carbon fibre rear hugger and a sport mini-fairing. The clocks show 7,900 miles and service records indicate new cam belts, fluids and complete service just 400 miles recent.
Moto blogFri, 06 Dec 2013 00:00:00 -0800
Today the motorcycle press descended upon the Long Beach Convention Center to attend media day at the annual International Motorcycle Show. After feasting from a continental breakfast buffet the discerning journalists set to the task of reporting on the bounty of new model motorcycles – most of which has been previously showcased in our November EICMA reporting. If you missed anything from that show here’s a run down of what to look forward to: Triumph Thunderbird LT Suzuki V-Strom 1000 Can-Am Spyder Royal Enfield Continental GT Zero KTM Super Duke R – KTM confirmed the retail price to be $16,999 BMW R NineT Ducati Monster S 1200 Honda Valkyrie Kawasaki Z1000 Husqvarna A cool item of interest included a reproduction TZ750-powered flat tracker King Kenny Roberts made famous.Tue, 24 Apr 2012 00:00:00 -0700
This is what a destroyed Ducati 1199 Panigale looks like, after South African superbike racer Chris Leeson lost the front end at turn one of the Kyalami circuit. Although the same can't be said for the new and now mangled Ducati superbike, Leeson escaped the crash with minor bruising. Crash sequence below.Mon, 30 Sep 2013 00:00:00 -0700
Ever since Audi acquired Ducati, we’ve been anticipating the first cross-brand technological developments between the Italian motorcycle maker and the German automaker. Sure, there have been some cross-promotional tie-ins, but we’ve been waiting with baited breath to see what Audi, and its parent company the Volkswagen Group, had planned with Ducati‘s small engine technology. Well we don’t have to wait for much longer, as VW Chief Executive Officer Ferdinand Piech revealed the first product of the “DucAudi” union in a speech at the University of Vienna: a new sports car concept called the Volkswagen XL Sport powered by the Superquadro engine from the Ducati 1199 Panigale.
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