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Did you know Ducati Superleggera V4 uses uniquely designed Pirelli tyres?

For the Ducati Superleggera V4, it is all about performance. It is the only...
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Near production-ready Ducati Multistrada V4 spotted sans camouflage

Ducati has been working on the new Multistrada V4 for quite some time now. In...
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Ducati Introduces White and Red Livery for the Panigale V2

Flipping the Script The new Panigale V2 debuted with a monochromatic Rosso Ducati, but now Ducati has revealed a new livery for the bike. The new color scheme is called White Rosso. The White Rosso livery features Star White Silk color as its main color. The white is the primary color here, and it does a good job of accentuating the geometrical shapes of the Panigale V2. The secondary color for the bike is a Rosso Ducati (red). That secondary color helps further showcase the details of the bike...
Tags: Motorcycles, Ducati, Rosso, Rosso Ducati, Pramac Racing Team Francesco, White Rosso

Moto Leggera: Upcycle strips down the Ducati 900 SS

Even though the Ducati 900 SS is some three decades old, we still see a lot of customs based around the 90° V-twin Desmo engine. A little online digging reveals the reason: over 25,000 examples of this model rolled out of the factory in Borgo Panigale. That’s an impressive number, and around half of Ducati’s entire factory output last year. Fortunately, the quality is high with 900 SS builds, and this new machine from Johnny Nguyen follows the trend. Johnny runs Upcycle Motor Garage in Ana...
Tags: La, Motorcycles, Ducati, Honda, Pirelli, Johnny, Rick, Anaheim California, Duc, Johnny Nguyen, Custom Motorcycles, Motogadget, Airtech, Ducati Cafe Racer, Brembos, Ducati 900 SS

BMW Has a New Adaptive Cruise Control Technology

From Cars to Bikes Soon you could enjoy adaptive cruise control on your motorcycle. The technology has been available on many new cars, but now it is making its way over to motorcycles thanks to BMW. If you’re unfamiliar with this technology, it’s like standard cruise control, but it uses radars and sensors to automatically slow down and speed up without you having to touch the controls. That might not sound safe, but it actually works really well in the cars I’ve tested it on, and I could see ...
Tags: Motorcycles, Ducati, Bmw, Kawasaki, BMW Motorrad, Motorcycle News, Motorcycle Technology, BMW Motorrad ACC BMW, RideApart KTM Ducati

New Ducati Scrambler accessories announced - IAB Report

A bunch of new Ducati Scrambler accessories have been announced. Customers can...
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Ducati Delivers the First Superleggera V4

Number 001 Ducati’s Superleggera V4 is an insane machine. It’s the only motorcycle homologated for road use that features carbon fiber frame, swingarm, and rims. It’s also exceptionally fast, and very track ready. The bike will be built in limited, numbers—only 500 will be made—and the first one to come out of the factory has been delivered, according to a press release. The bike was delivered to Belgian Ducatista Filip Van Schil. He already owns nine other motorcycles and this will be the 10th...
Tags: Motorcycles, Ducati, Claudio Domenicali, Borgo Panigale, Ducati Motor Holding, Van Schil, Filip Van Schil, Ducati Design Centre There

First unit of limited-edition Ducati Superleggera V4 delivered

The first unit of the limited-edition Ducati Superleggera V4 has been...
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Ducati Has a Special Scrambler 1100 Called the Club Italia

A Beautiful Scrambler The Ducati Style Center and the Scuderia Club Italia teamed up to make the new Ducati Scrambler 1100 Club Italia. The bike will be a limited series, and not many will be made. According to Motociclismo, the bike will be sold exclusively to members of the club. Scuderia Club Italia is a is an enthusiast club that is designed to bring admirers of historic sports cars and bikes together. This isn’t the first time the club has collaborated with Ducati. In 1995, there was a col...
Tags: Motorcycles, Ducati, Motociclismo, Club Italia, Ducati Style Center, Scuderia Club Italia, Ducati Monster 900 Club Italia

Ducati Begins Production of Superleggera V4

Producing the Dream Ducati has now started production for the Superleggera V4. The first model came off the production line of the Borgo Panigale plant. Ducati will make 500 units of this limited-production motorcycle. The bike will be the only motorcycle in the world approved for road use with a carbon fiber frame, swingarm, and rims, according to a press release from Ducati. The person who purchased the Superleggera V4 001/500, the first of the limited-run, will be invited to Borgo Panigale f...
Tags: Motorcycles, Ducati, Borgo Panigale, Dream Ducati

Ducati Reveals the Hupermotard 950 RVE

A New Hypermotard Ducati revealed the Hypermotard 950 RVE the other day with its special “Graffiti” livery inspired by street art. The bike is based on the Hypermotard 950 Concept that was presented in 2019 at the prestigious Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este. The bike will sit between the Hypermotard 950 and the Hypermotard 950 SP in the Ducati lineup. The unique Graffiti paint job requires a special application o painting process and graphics. The end result is somewhat similar to that of airb...
Tags: Motorcycles, Ducati, Hypermotard, Eleganza Villa, Bosch Cornering ABS, Ducati Traction Control EVO, Ducati Wheelie Control EVO

Triumph releases e-bicycle but no word on e-motorcycle debut

UK motorcycle manufacturer Triumph released an e-bicycle today, the Trekker GT — with 90 miles of riding range, a 250 watt motor and a 504 watt hour battery. With a five hour charge time, the bike weighs 52 pounds (24 kilograms) and can produce up to 60 Nm (or 29 ft-lbs) of torque. Triumph’s Trekker GT will be available for $3,750 at Triumph dealerships in the U.S. and abroad. The question is how this connects to the ultimate debut of a Triumph e-motorcycle. The manufacturer, which is a major gl...
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Race prep: Secrets of the Fasthouse Ducati Desert Sleds

Today’s ‘modern classic’ scramblers are more show than go. Stylistically, they hark back to the golden years of Californian desert racing—but you wouldn’t want to actually race one across the desert. There are only a couple of motorcycles that buck this trend, and the Ducati Scrambler Desert Sled is one of them. Even though it’s not a full-blown enduro machine, it’s surprisingly good off-road. So much so, that most reviewers refer to it as “the Scrambler Ducati should have built in the first ...
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MV Agusta Design Director Leaves After 20 Years

A New Design Lead for MV Agusta I would argue that MV Agusta makes some of the most beautiful motorcycles on sale today. That is due in large part to Adrian Morton, the British designer that held the Design Director role at the company for the last 20 years, according to Omnimoto. He was a pupil of Massimo Tamurini, the great motorcycle designer who crafted the Ducati 916. Morton resigned from the post coincides with some changes within the company pushed by the CEO, Timur Sardarov. One notable...
Tags: Motorcycles, Ducati, Morton, AgustA, Motorcycle News, MV Agusta, Filippo Bassoli, Motorcycle Brands, Sardarov, Adrian Morton, Massimo Tamurini, Giorgio Mazzotti, Morton He

Custom Bikes Of The Week: 7 June, 2020

A crisp Honda V30 Magna tracker, a swooping Norton/Vincent hybrid, a Ducati Hailwood replica up for auction, and a very sharp Ducati ST4S cafe racer. We’d happily put any of these into our garage. Norvin by Stile Italiano We’ve all seen plenty of lust-worthy Tritons; Triumph motors stuffed into Norton frames. The crew at Stile Italiano has built six, plus four ‘Hartons.’ But now they’ve really gone overboard, with this stunning Norvin. You’re looking at a Norton featherbed frame, equipped ...
Tags: Japan, Virginia, US, Motorcycles, Ducati, Honda, Vincent, Norton, Sean, Suzuki, Magna, Harley V Rod, Alfa Romeos, Honda Motorcycles, Johann, Custom Motorcycles

Taste of Tsukuba: A classic Suzuki GS1200SS race bike

If you like to play Gran Turismo or Forza Motorsport, you’ll know the Tsukuba circuit. It’s hugely popular with the street tuner guys, who use it for ‘time attack’ sprints—and it’s also home to some of Japan’s biggest motorcycle races, second only to the Suzuka 8 Hours. In May and November every year, the circuit hosts the famous ‘Taste of Tsukuba’ races. These are open to classic race bikes, and the array of the machinery lined up on the grid is mouthwatering. And when racing restarts in Jap...
Tags: Japan, Motorcycles, Ducati, Gran Turismo, Portland Oregon, North Carolina, Jason, Exif, Brembo, CNC, Suzuki, Suzuka, Yoshimura, WSBK, Suzuki GSX, Suzuki Motorcycles

LeoVince LV One EVO Slip-On Exhaust Review

Shopping Now? We Recommend: webBikeWorld works closely with Revzilla and Amazon to provide our testers with quality products to review. While we have an affiliate relationship and receive a commission from items purchased, this addition comes at no additional cost to you. It is the primary way we pay for our site and reviewers. Buy on RevZilla Background One of the most fun things about getting a new motorcycle is modifying and accessorizing it to make it your own. I’ve had my Ducati S...
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Custom Bikes Of The Week: 24 May, 2020

The Buell X1 gets its turn with the amazingly prolific builders at K-Speed. Plus an impossibly elegant CB550 from Kott Motorcycles, and a (barely) street legal Honda XR650R tracker. Honda CB550 by Dustin Kott This chic Honda cafe racer scores major points on both balance and subtlety. It’s the work of Dustin Kott, who’s been building Japanese cafe racers for longer than most—so he’s had plenty of time to hone his craft. And if you’ve followed Dustin’s career, you’ll spot a lot of his signa...
Tags: Indiana, Motorcycles, Ducati, Honda, Harley Davidson, Continental, Gulf, Spencer, Buchanan, Dustin, Mitas, Yoshimura, Buell, Custom Motorcycles, Dustin Kott, Kott Motorcycles

Ducati Is About to Begin Superleggera V4 Production

Ready to Go In case you haven’t heard, Ducati is back in action and working to get back to full capacity. Claudio Domenicali, the company’s CEO tweeted that it has been three weeks since the company restarted production and general facility activities, and in that tweet, he also showcased a pre-production Superleggera and said it’s ready to move to its final quality check. “No other road homologated bike is even close: 224 hp for 159 Kg dry weight. a real dream for any passionate biker!” Domeni...
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Missing Link: A Ducati Pantah built for a car designer

If there’s something missing from Ducati’s current lineup, it’s a modern cafe racer with strong ties to the past. Sure, there’s the oddly named Scrambler Cafe Racer—but that submodel doesn’t evoke as much nostalgia as a SportClassic or MH900e. What Ducati really needs is something in the same vein as this magnificent Ducati 600SL Pantah. Built by Ruamachines and based on a 1982 Ducati 600SL Pantah, it’s an effortlessly cool cafe racer with a better-than-factory vibe. Highlights include Italia...
Tags: Motorcycles, Ducati, Porto, Victor, Bologna, Alcantara, Armando, Custom Motorcycles, Motogadget, Ducati Pantah, Ducati Cafe Racer, Armando Fontes, Victor Rocha, Cafe racers, Ruamachines, Esmoriz

SW-MOTECH’s USA Division Will Start Serving Customers and Dealers in June

June 1, 2020, to be Exact Earlier this year, I reported the SW-MOTECH founded its first branch in the U.S., and that it would be expanding its operations here. Well, now more information has recently come out. The company will now start serving customers and dealers on June 1, 2020. SW-MOTECH also announced Sarah Schilke as the head of U.S. operations, and the appointment of Quentin Wilson (formerly of Ducati and Alta Motors) for customer and dealer technical support, and Christain Hansen (als...
Tags: Accessories, United States, Motorcycles, Ducati, Pacific Northwest, Sarah, Motorcycle News, SW-Motech, Alta Motors, USA Division Will Start Serving Customers, Sarah Schilke, Quentin Wilson, Christain Hansen, Speedymoto, SW MOTECH USA

Custom Bikes Of The Week: 17 May, 2020

The almost forgotten BMW R1150R gets a makeover from the Austrian shop NCT. Plus news of a Ducati Scrambler design contest, and a bespoke luxury roadster from New Zealand. The Engrich motorcycle New Zealand has a long tradition of bike building and engineering ingenuity, with John Britten being the name that most remember. That tradition is alive and well, and this custom-built machine destined for small-run production is the latest example. The ‘Engrich ART’ motorcycle is powered a fully ...
Tags: US, Austria, Porsche, Motorcycles, Ducati, New Zealand, Nice, Pasadena, TIG, Brembo, CNC, Stan, Harkins, NCT, Custom Motorcycles, BMW motorcycles

Gixxer Fix: A GSX-R1100 with Ducati superbike suspension

Arno Overweel builds pretty wild custom motorcycles. He’s not afraid of bolting a turbo onto a Honda CBX1000, for example. But he usually reserves those neck-turners for his customers: his own daily runner is a bone stock and somewhat anonymous Suzuki TL1000. A few years ago, the Dutchman built an eye-catching custom for himself, but made the mistake of taking it to a show—and someone made him an offer he couldn’t refuse. So he figured it was time for another personal project. Arno had a s...
Tags: Facebook, Motorcycles, Ducati, Honda, Pirelli, Brembo, Arno, Suzuki, Harley V Rod, Goodridge, Suzuki GSX, LSL, Custom Motorcycles, Showa, Suzuki Motorcycles, Ducati Panigale

Ducati’s COVID-19 Programs Provide Good April Results

It Also Sets Ducati Up for Success Post-Lockdown Ducati was able to institute a couple of programs during the COVID-19 pandemic, and those programs have helped the company see good sales results in April and should set the company up for success later on, according to an email I was sent. The Ducati Delivers program and the Ducati Cares program both appear to be successes.  Ducati Delivers is exactly what it sounds like. It’s a home delivery service and a contactless dealership protocol. The...
Tags: Florida, New York, California, Motorcycles, Ducati, Ducati North America, Jason Chinnock, COVID, Ducati Cares, Success Post Lockdown Ducati

Öhlins Racing TTX GP Shock Absorber for the 2020 Ducati Panigale V2 Is Available

Got a Panigale V2 to Upgrade? Ducati’s Panigale V2 is already a killer sportbike, but if you want to upgrade it, you now can get yourself the Öhlins Racing TTX GP Shock Absorber. It features “an array of leading-edge technologies preferred by championship riders in MotoGP, SBK, and BSB competition …” It’s now available for purchase. “Upgrading to the TTX GP shock brings the V2 to an entirely new level of agility, performance, and rider satisfaction,” said Andrew Notman, two-wheel sales, marketi...
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Forcefield Pro Jacket X-V Review

Intro When the opportunity arose for me to get my hands on the Forcefield Pro Jacket X-V2, I jumped at it. I have long admired their line of amazingly protective armor in a minimalist garment. While I know that these are designed to be worn as impact protection in conjunction with another layer of abrasion protection, my desire was to try this jacket out as a solo option for the super hot summer climate in Phoenix, Az. To be honest, there are many riders in Phoenix and other hot environments wh...
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Custom Bikes Of The Week: 3 May, 2020

A Ducati 900SS rebuilt in the style of the classic 900 Super Sport Desmo, a Moto Guzzi V7 Sport endurance racer converted for road use, a Honda CBX750 cafe racer from Spain, and the strange tale of the BFG/MBK 1300 motorcycle—powered by a Citroën car engine. 1972 Moto Guzzi V7 Sport One of the most intriguing motorcycle shops in the world is Legend Motors in Lille. It’s an Aladdin’s cave of beautiful machinery, and one of the current residents is this V7 Sport. This machine has a long an...
Tags: Europe, France, Spain, Motorcycles, Ducati, Belgium, Brazil, Lille, Honda, Verona, Derek, Alpina, Conti, Moto Guzzi, Magny Cours, Custom Motorcycles

MV Agusta Superveloce 800 Serie Oro Enters Production

A Long Wait MV Agusta recently resumed production after the worst of the COVID-19 outbreak in Italy. With the company back to work, production begins on the Superveloce 800 Serie Oro. The bike was confirmed for production roughly this time last year, and it has taken this long for MV Agusta to get around to making a production motorcycle happen. Little changed from the concept bike that first started the frenzy around this bike. The Superveloce 800 Serie Oro is a beautiful machine, and after so...
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Ducati Scrambler 1100 PRO to be launched in India in Q3 2020 - Report

The Ducati Scrambler 1100 PRO will be launched in India in the third quarter of...
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Ducati Streetfighter V4 Indian launch postponed to 2021 - Report

The all-new Ducati Streetfighter V4 was scheduled to be launched in India this...
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