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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.