1979 Ducati 950 F1

This 1979 Ducati 950 F1 was one of hundreds of classic motorcycles at the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum in Birmingham, Alabama.

1979 Ducati 900SS

A 1979 Ducati 900SS on display with other classic motorcycles at the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum in Leeds, Alabama.

Moreparts Ducati 750SS

Alan Cathcart rides Mike Hailwood’s Moreparts Ducati 750SS, which Mike and Jim Scaysbrook rode in the 1977 Castrol Six hour.

1982 Ducati Darmah

A 1982 Ducati Darmah on display with other classic motorcycles at the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum in Leeds, Alabama.

Ducati 350 Mark 3 Desmo

Desmodromic valve actuation came to the street in 1967 with the Ducati 350 Mark 3 Desmo.

Ducati Motorcycles at the Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance

A field of 18 rare and significant Ducatis will appear at the Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance on March 10, 2013, led by the seminal “Cucciolo” that, in 1946, began Ducati’s rise to the pinnacle of motorcycle excellence and success.

The Last Ride: Mick Walker

Mick Walker, author of more than 130 motorcycle books, passed away at the age of 70 after battling cancer.

1969 Ducati 450 Jupiter Scrambler

Steve Panofsky jumped at a second chance to own a 1969 Ducati 450 Jupiter Scrambler, the bike of his youth, and he’s never going to let this one go.

Ducati 900GTS to XR900

One man’s transformation of a Ducati 900GTS parts bike into a sweet flat tracker dubbed the Ducati XR900.

1965 Ducati 160 Monza Jr.

1965 Ducati 160 Monza Jr. on display at the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum in Leeds, Alabama.

1975 Ducati 860 GT

Weird but wonderful, the angular Ducati 860 GT is perhaps the last affordable classic Ducati.

The Iconic Ducati 750 Sport

Wisconsinite Jim Fitzgerald’s relationship with his 1973 Ducati 750 Sport was sparked by his youth.

Found on eBay: 1974 Ducati 750 Super Sport

Though we often feature fun and affordable bikes, this week we came across an auction that we just had to share. No, your eyes aren't lying to you. That really is a green-frame Ducati 750 Super Sport, and yes, it really is for sale. But boy is the price a stunner.  

Found on eBay: 1975 Ducati 860 GT

Though eBay is full of interesting and unusual motorcycles, I can't remember the last time I saw a Ducati 860 GT for sale. Though this one isn't perfect, if you're a fan of the love-it-or-hate-it styling, this Duc may be for you.  

Ducati Regolarità 125

Alan Cathcart road tests the Ducati Regolarità 125 - one classic motorcycle that Ducati wishes you never saw.

Found on eBay: 1978 Ducati 900SS

It didn’t take us much time wandering around on eBay today to come up with this one. Once we found this original, ridden-but-loved 900SS, we stopped searching.

Custom Ducati 900 GTS

Rene Waters' love of café racer bikes led him to purchase a beat up 1978 Ducati 900GTS and turn it into a beautiful custom Ducati motorcycle.

Found on eBay: 1980 Ducati 900 Super Sport Desmo Darmah

Here's a bike that's unusual enough that we had to go dig out the reference books to figure out exactly what it was. Yes, this looks like a cross between a Ducati Darmah and a 900 Super Sport, and that's because it basically is.

The Ducati Indiana

In spite of the name on the gas tank, the Ducati Indiana was not, in fact, built by Ducati, but by Cagiva.

1982 Ducati MHR

Even with over 7,000 made, a Ducati MHR in good condition commands a high price.

Ducati Apollo

Alan Cathcart road tests the Ducati Apollo - a failed Italian attempt at a Harley-style cruiser for the American market.  

Sammy Miller's Flying Ducati 900 SS

 Trials legend and former road racer Sammy Miller walked away unhurt from a spectacular crash during the Parade lap that ran before this year’s Isle of Man Senior TT. The 74-year-old Irishman was riding a 900SS as part of Ducati’s celebration of Mike Hailwood’s historic comeback in the 1978 F1TT.

Found on eBay: 1974 Ducati GT750

Though we like to feature a variety of great old bikes (and not just Ducatis), this very original Ducati GT750 was just too nice not to share. Nice, original condition GT750 have never been very plentiful, and today they're becoming quite rare. It's also a great, rideable classic for the Italian bike nut.

The Ducati Superbike Concorso returns

After a great showing in its' first year, the Ducati's Superbike Concorso is back for another year. Consisting of five rounds of shows, each has a Grand prize trip to Italy to visit the Ducati factory and the Milan Motorcycle show as VIP guests, along with six other runner up prizes, the Concorso is both a gorgeous showing of great Ducati machinery from the past and present, and a chance for Ducatisti to compete for the trip of a lifetime.

1978 Ducati Darmah

Motorcycle touring North Carolina Route 181 on a 1978 Ducati Darmah. 

Ducati Superbike Concorso Returns for 2008

Do you have a Ducati Superbike you’d like to show off? Has that 1979 900SS you keep in perfect shape not been out on the road in awhile? Pull it out, polish it up and enter it in the Ducati Superbike Concorso, just like Chris Brown of New Mexico, owner of the beautiful 900SS you see here did last year.

The Ducati 200SS

Alan Chalke shares his 1959 Ducati 200SS, a maroon beauty called "The Jelly Mold" because of its oddly shaped fuel tank.