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Ducati 'not far away' from electric motorcycle production, says Domenicali

As much as we enjoy the internal combustion engine, there is no denying the...
Tags: Ducati, Autos, Domenicali


MISTYCUFFS. 2topia’s Wild Laverda Ghost Strike 668 Restomod

Written by Andrew Jones I won’t lie. The first thing I did for this story was hit up the Google oracle and ask the god of the internet, “What the hell is a Laverda Ghost Strike 668?” An esoteric model, even amongst its quaint Italian brethren, the bike was seemingly named after a Steven Seagal movie. And just like the movie itself, its yellow and black plastic looks have probably not aged as well as they could have. But what if a customiser embraced all that plastic and 90’s posturing and add...
Tags: Google, Motorcycles, Ducati, Italy, North Carolina, Steven Seagal, Charlotte North Carolina, Nate, Piaggio, Zane, Andrew Jones, Racer, Restomod, Paul Skinner, Laverda, 2topia


Ducati Starts Production of the Diavel 1260 in Bologna

Next-Gen Power Cruiser The first new Ducati Diavel 1260 motorcycle rolled off the production line in Borgo Panigale, Bologna, Italy. The new bikes mark the second generation of the Diavel model. The entire production team and the company’s CEO Claudio Domenicali were there at the end to celebrate the beginning of its new production. Domenicali gave a short speech to the workers and then it was on to keep rolling these bikes out. At the heart of the new Diavel 1260 is the Testastretta...
Tags: Motorcycles, Ducati, Bologna, Evo, Domenicali, Claudio Domenicali, Ducati Ducati, Borgo Panigale Bologna Italy, Ducati Quick Shift, Sandstone Grey Colors, Sandstone Grey


Petrucci given access to Dovizioso's MotoGP support staff at Ducati

New factory Ducati MotoGP rider Danilo Petrucci has been granted access to team-mate Andrea Dovizioso's support staff ahead of the 2019 season
Tags: Sport, Ducati, MotoGP, Andrea Dovizioso, Petrucci, Danilo Petrucci, Dovizioso, Autosport


Ducati’s Future Is Electric

An Electric Italian Stallion Is Coming Electric motorcycles are starting to really come into their own. I made a prediction that 2019 would be a breakout year for electric bikes. It’s shaping up to be true. Ducati is in the game. At a Motostudent event in Spain, Claudio Domenicali, Ducati’s CEO, said “The future is electric, we’re not far from starting series production.” The Italian publication Corsedimoto, reported Domenicali saying the quote above. It has everyone wondering what D...
Tags: Spain, Motorcycles, Ducati, Harley Davidson, Electric Bikes, Harley, VW Group, Domenicali, Ducati Hypermotard, Coming Electric, Claudio Domenicali Ducati, Milan Polytechnic School of Design, LiveWire Lightning Motorcycles


Petrucci: No "rush" to earn 2020 Ducati seat

Danilo Petrucci believes there is no "rush" to prove himself worthy of remaining at the factory Ducati MotoGP team beyond his current one-year contract.
Tags: News, Ducati, Petrucci, Danilo Petrucci


Danilo Petrucci in no 'rush' to prove long-term worth to Ducati

Danilo Petrucci believes there is no "rush" to prove himself worthy of remaining at the factory Ducati MotoGP team beyond his current one-year contract.
Tags: Sport, Ducati, MotoGP, Danilo Petrucci, Autosport


THE OLD BRIDGE AND THE V. Speedy Siegl Racing’s Ducati 900SS Racer

Written by Martin Hodgson For a brief but magical time in music history the Seattle Sound dominated the airwaves and shaped a generation. Now another of the cities institutions has crumbled and gone, the equally mystical and murky Alaskan Way Viaduct. But now a new creative force is flourishing in the North West and it’s the music of classic air-cooled engines that permeates the side streets and freeways. Part of that revival is Speedy Siegl Racing and they snuck into the earthquake damaged V...
Tags: Motorcycles, Ducati, Portland, Seattle, Barnett, Classic, Mitch, Brembo, CNC, Isaac, Racer, Martin Hodgson, Showa, XTR Pepo, Airtech, 900ss


Ducati unveils 2019 MotoGP livery with 'Mission Winnow' branding

Ducati has unveiled the livery it will use for the 2019 MotoGP season, featuring prominent 'Mission Winnow' branding
Tags: Sport, Ducati, MotoGP, Autosport


Ducati’s Ready for Red Tour Will Stop in 17 Locations Across the U.S.

Get Ready for the Italian Invasion Ducati wants to show off everything its got. The company will do so with its Ready for Red Tour. On the tour, Ducati will hit 17 locations in major cities across the U.S. The goal will be to share what the company is doing from a technology perspective and showcase its newest bikes. Open to the public, Ducati will hold pre-registration for attendance. If it sounds like something you’re interested in you can RSVP now at the tour’s website. The bikes on display ...
Tags: Boston, San Francisco, Chicago, Motorcycles, Ducati, Portland, San Diego, Dallas, Miami, Omaha, Salt Lake City, Las Vegas, Houston, Seattle, Orlando, Harrison


Ducati set to start 2019 MotoGP launch season and reveal new livery

Ducati is poised to become the first MotoGP team to formally launch its 2019 campaign later on Friday
Tags: Sport, Ducati, MotoGP, Autosport


Suzuki Is Working on a New VVT for GSX-R1000

Say Goodbye to the All-Mechanical Setup Suzuki’s current GSX-R1000 has a variable valve timing system it got from the GSX-RR Moto GP bike. It’s an all-mechanical system and a darn good one. However, it seems Suzuki will drop that tried and true system for a new hydraulic VVT system, according to Cycle World. The publication spotted some patent applications that suggest Suzuki is letting go of its current mechanical system in favor of a new hydraulic one. Why? Because a hydraulic VVT system coul...
Tags: News, Motorcycles, Ducati, Kawasaki, Suzuki, U S Patent Office, Motorcycle News, VVT, GSX-R1000, Variable Valve Timing


RENAISSANCE IN VERMONT. John Stewart’s Restomod MV Agusta 250B

Written by Andrew Jones There’s more than a few Italian moto designs that are so close to perfection, only Tamburini himself could improve on them. It seems that every line, bolt and curve was placed by the hand of il Dio himself. So to set yourself the goal of restomodding one is tantamount to tweaking the Mona Lisa or restoring the Colosseum. And for it to happen in Vermont – of all places – seems even more surreal. Yet that’s exactly what local retiree and self-confessed internal combustio...
Tags: Colorado, Motorcycles, Ducati, John, Honda, Vermont, Classic, John Stewart, Andrew Jones, Imola, MV Agusta, Racer, Café Racer, 1967, Magni, Ceriani


Ducati has three good MotoGP candidates to partner Dovizioso in '20

Ducati has "three good candidates" to partner Andrea Dovizioso at its works MotoGP team in 2020, according to sporting director Paolo Ciabatti
Tags: Sport, Ducati, MotoGP, Andrea Dovizioso, Dovizioso, Autosport


Ford and Audi Partner With Qualcomm to Demo 5G Cars That Talk to Stoplights

Qualcomm is offering a glimpse at how the next generation of wireless service could lay the groundwork for a self-driving future. Today, at the annual Consumer Electronics Show, the telecom chipmaker partnered with Ford, Audi and Ducati to outfit a sample route through downtown Las Vegas with 5G network equipment that connects cell-connected cars and...
Tags: General, Advertising, Ces, Ducati, Ford, Las Vegas, Audi, Qualcomm, 5g, Ford Audi


Motorcyclists will soon benefit from same driving aids already found in many cars

Electronic, radar-based driving aids that have been available on cars for more than a decade will finally trickle down to the world of motorcycles. Bosch is helping Ducati and KTM bring features like adaptive cruise control to their bikes. The post Motorcyclists will soon benefit from same driving aids already found in many cars appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, Cars, Trends, Motorcycles, Ducati, Bosch, KTM, CES 2019


5G-powered connected devices shined at CES (QCOM, INTC)

This story was delivered to Business Insider Intelligence Apps and Platforms Briefing subscribers hours before appearing on Business Insider. To be the first to know, please click here. The 2019 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) officially kicked off in Las Vegas on Tuesday, and devices with 5G connectivity are stealing the show. The annual conference, which is taking place January 8-11, showcases the latest mobile and connected technology from more than 4,500 exhibiting companies. CES is an impor...
Tags: US, Samsung, Trends, Intel, Ces, Ducati, Ford, Las Vegas, Qualcomm, Athena, Business Insider Intelligence, Audi Ford, Project Athena, Business Insider Intelligence Apps, Microsoft Google Lenovo Dell


Ducati bike with front & rear radar arriving in 2020; C-V2X safety tech showcased at CES

Ducati, together with Audi and Ford, took part in the first US demonstration of...
Tags: US, Ducati, Ford, Autos, Audi


Ducati Demonstrates C-V2X Motorcycle to Car Communication at CES

Connecting Bikes With Everything As a part of the company’s Ducati Safety Road Map 2025 initiative, the company showed off its new motorcycle to other vehicle communications at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show. The point of the new technology is to make the road safer by allowing vehicles to communicate with each other. Ducati used a Multistrada 1260 to conduct the test. Ducati never performed the demonstration of the tech in the U.S. until now. The motorcycle company did a similar demonst...
Tags: Germany, Motorcycles, Ducati, Ford, Audi, Ducati Safety Road Map, Ducati Audi, Lukas Barth


THE FAST BOY SCOUT. WalzWerk Racing’s Tough Indian Dragster

Written by Andrew Jones Marcus Walz has a sort of infectious energy that both inspires and amazes. It seems like every time we talk to him, he has two or three new bikes ready to go – each one as different and as interesting as the last. It’s a Norton. Then it’s a BMW. Then it’s a Ducati. And as of right now, it’s an Indian Scout Bobber that’s been prepped to tear up you local biker hang-out in a fashion that would bring a smile to Burt Munro’s face and tears to the eyes of the opposition. ...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Europe, Milan, Germany, US, Motorcycles, Ducati, Bmw, Indian, Scout, Marcus, Trump, Norton, CCI, Walz


C-V2X system helps cars navigate intersections, even without a line of sight

A new C-V2X (cellular vehicle-to-everything) will be shown off at CES 2019. V2X is a form of short-range communication that can be sent and received by both cars and infrastructure, allowing cars to navigate around each other. The post C-V2X system helps cars navigate intersections, even without a line of sight appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, Cars, Trends, Ducati, Ford, Audi, Qualcomm, C-V2X, CES 2019


Valentino Rossi: Yamaha must match Ducati, Honda's F1-style effort

Valentino Rossi says if Yamaha wants to win again in MotoGP it must match the effort Ducati and Honda are making with their staff levels "closer to Formula 1"
Tags: Sport, Ducati, Honda, MotoGP, Valentino Rossi, Yamaha, Autosport, Ducati Honda


Yamaha must match Ducati's effort, says Rossi

Valentino Rossi says Yamaha must match the level of effort Ducati and Honda are making if it wants to win again in MotoGP, with staff levels "closer to Formula 1".
Tags: News, Ducati, Honda, Valentino Rossi, Yamaha, ROSSI


Custom Bikes Of The Week: 6 January, 2019

Since this is our first weekly round up of the year, we’re taking liberties. A couple of the bikes below popped up last month, and a couple more have just landed in our inbox. The list includes everything from a Ducati 750SS dressed as a MH900e, to a BMW R nineT built up with kit parts. We’ve also got a retro-styled Yamaha XJR1300, a rare Moto Martin M16 and a little Honda Z50R filled with attitude. Let’s get 2019 started then… Ducati 750SS by Unik Edition The Ducati MH900e is one of the m...
Tags: Motorcycles, Ducati, Arizona, Portugal, Honda, Yamaha, Martin, Don, Federico, Kawasaki Ninja, Duc, Jens, Lille France, Suzuki Motorcycles, Rizoma, Classic Motorcycles


Motorcycle News Roundup – Week of 12/30/2018

Here’s the big news in the world of motorcycles for the week of December 30, 2018. #1 – Arcimoto Snags $4.5 Million Investment For Electric Trike Production https://www.webbikeworld.com/arcimoto-snags-4-5-million-investment-for-electric-trike-production/ Electric trike company Arcimoto managed to get a 4.5 million dollar investment for production of its unique vehicle. This means the company will start churning these bikes out by the end of 2019. #2 – Vespas Retain Their Value Well https:...
Tags: Vw, Motorcycles, Ducati, Electric, Vespa, Zero, KTM, BAGGER, Suzuki, J D Power, Motorcycle News, Stefan Pierer, Indian Motorcycle, Arcimoto, Zero Motorcycles, Million Investment for Electric Trike Production


Talks of Ducati sale surface again; Bajaj sets sight on the Italian brand – Report

Bajaj Auto had a long run with Kawasaki in India before the two companies...
Tags: India, Ducati, Autos, Kawasaki, Bajaj, Bajaj Auto


KTM’s CEO Is Serious About Buying Ducati

Is VW Group Interested in Offloading the Brand? We reported last month that KTM’s CEO, Stefan Pierer, expressed interest in buying Ducati. It now seems that it’s little more than just a pipe dream. According to Cycle World, the CEO reportedly made an offer of $1.5 billion to VW Group for the brand. There is no word yet on whether or not VW is actually considering the offer, but I can think of $1.5 billion reasons to do so. However, as Cycle World points out, Herbert Diess is the new head honcho...
Tags: Vw, Motorcycles, Ducati, VW Group, KTM, BMW Motorrad, Müller, Matthias Müller, Herbert Diess, Motorcycle News, Stefan Pierer, Pierer, VW Group Interested, Ducati VW Group


Web Bike World: Year in Review (2018)

The Times They Are A-Changin’ With another year under our belts, I thought it worth it to take a look back over the last 12 months at the changes in the wonderful world of motorcycles. 2018 was no joke. There were plenty of killer new bikes and gear offered and tons of newsworthy items worth knowing and pondering. It was a great year for motorcyclist and a year that posed some challenges and successes for bike manufacturers. Here’s a look back at some of the most interesting stories. 2018 Bike...
Tags: Motorcycles, Ducati, Honda, Year In Review, Harley Davidson, Dainese, Yamaha, Kawasaki, Sena, John Burns, Motorcycle News, Honda Gold Wing, RevZilla, Royal Enfield Himalayan, Royal Enfield, Ducati Ducati


Turning the CB250 RS into a vintage-style Honda trail bike

We love seeing ugly ducklings turned into graceful swans. After all, anyone can make a Ducati SportClassic look good—but a cheap 1980s commuter bike is a completely different ball game. This ice-cool little scrambler started life as a Honda CB250 RS, a plasticky but well-made runabout that was popular in the UK and Europe. You can still find them on the secondhand market, and they’re a bargain at about US$1,500. That makes the air-cooled single perfect for a low-cost, big-value custom job—...
Tags: Facebook, Europe, UK, US, Budapest, Hungary, Motorcycles, Ducati, Denmark, Honda, Scrambler, Suzuki, Heidenau, Honda Motorcycles, LSL, Custom Motorcycles


Jorge Lorenzo: Honda MotoGP bike feels 'safer' than Ducati's

Jorge Lorenzo has revealed he feels "safer" on Honda's MotoGP bike because it is more "compact" than the Ducati he has been riding
Tags: Sport, Ducati, Honda, MotoGP, Jorge Lorenzo, Autosport