Ducati Scrambler Sixty2 Review

The Ducati Scrambler Sixty2 was released in 2016 and it’s name harks back to 1962 when Ducati first started producing the Scrambler.  The 1962 original Ducati Scrambler would go on to become legendary among fans of Ducati and Scramblers; it was just the first in a long line of Scramblers to follow.  It is no … Read more

Ducati 750 GT – Ducati’s First V Twin Production

Ducati 750 GT

The iconic motorcycles that were built on the back of the Ducati 750 GT design each took the motorcycling world by storm. Ducati legends such as the 750 Sport, 750SS and the 900SS all followed the Italian manufacturers first production V twin motorcycle. However, none of those would exist without the Ducati 750 GT first … Read more

Ducati 748 – 1994 to 2003

B44K9K Ducati 748 Red motorbike

The Ducati 748 is an interesting motorcycle because it can be argued that the Desmodromic system which went on to dominate Ducati’s race story all started with a prototype 750 which was then bored up to be the Ducati 851.  The 748 was pretty much designed years before the Ducati 916 but it wouldn’t go … Read more

Ducati 851 – First Modern Ducati Superbike

The Ducati 851 is no exception when it comes to following Ducati’s rule of pushing innovation, going against the odds, surviving and then thriving.  Financial crisis was looming and yet Ducati entered the realm of the World Superbike Series with the 851, took on the might of Japan and won. The ground breaking 851 made … Read more

Ducati Hypermotard 1100: For The Thrill Of It

At just 15 years old the Ducati Hypermotard 1100 is already considered an iconic motorcycle – particularly by those who owned one. Here, Kurt looks back at Ducati’s original Supermoto. It’s the dawn of the 1980s.  Eddie Lawson is lining up on a two-stroke Yamaha 490 next to Bubba Shobert on a Harley Davidson XR750 … Read more

Ducati M900 – The Monster That Saved Ducati

With over 37 different variations to date and a bike that accounted for 42% of all Ducati sales throughout the 90’s, it is definitely worth a deeper look into the Ducati M900. Let’s get into it. Ducati Monster History The Ducati M900 is considered by many to be the bike that saved the Italian marque … Read more

Ducati 916 – The Icon of the 90s

Ducati 916

If there was a song written to describe the Ducati 916, it would be Chris De Burgh’s “Lady in Red”. A strange choice I hear you cry, but hold on a moment, let me explain. In the modern era, we know Ducati as a manufacturer of exotic motorcycles, producing some of the most debonair bikes … Read more