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Upgrades Your Ducati Scrambler With This Sick Yoshimura Slip-On Exhaust

Your Scrambler Will Never Have Sounded So Good The Ducati Scrambler is one of those bikes that seemed to scratch people right where they itched. It looks undeniably cool, offers good on-road qualities and some minor off-road game, and even provides a good platform for customization. While you can do just about anything to these bikes from a customizing standpoint, a good way to change it just a bit is to add a custom exhaust. That’s where this custom exhaust from Yoshimura comes in. The company...
Tags: Motorcycles, Ducati, Yoshimura, Motorcycle News, Ducati Scrambler, Motorcycle Exhaust Systems Info


The Morning Watch: ‘Game of Thrones’ Help Hotline, A Lawyer Breaks Down Courtroom Scenes & More

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows. In this edition, Game of Thrones cast members help people remember details from past seasons through a helpful new hotline. Plus, a lawyer breaks down how realistic courtroom scenes from famous TV shows and movies like The G...
Tags: Movies, Jimmy Kimmel, Ducati, Game Of Thrones, Jimmy Kimmel Live, Keanu-Reeves, The Good Wife, Maisie Williams, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Arch, John Wick, Sophie Turner, My Cousin Vinny, Video Of The Day, Legally Blonde, Liar Liar


SUPERCHARGED SR400 – Oily Rag Customs

Words by Scott Hopkin | Photography by Ian Davidson The dust has settled for another year on the third Machine Show based in Braidwood, NSW, Australia. The show features a Bike Build competition every year, where dedicated motorcycle builders build unique pre-1989 bikes specifically for the show. This year they had 36 entries of all different styles and marques – from choppers to café racers and everything in between. One of the stand-out builds was this Supercharged SR400 tracker by Keeley Pr...
Tags: Motorcycles, Ducati, Sydney, Tracker, Moto, Yamaha, TIG, Keeley, Ian Davidson, Supercharged, Yamaha SR400, Scott Hopkin, Oily Rag Customs, Braidwood NSW Australia, Keeley Pritchard, Cursed Customs


Kawasaki Files Patent for Radar System

Getting Higher Tech The motorcycles of the future will need to be as advanced as the high-tech cars out there to make sure they’re easily spotted on the road by autonomous and semi-autonomous car technology. This means you’re going to start seeing more radar and sensors on motorcycles. According to MoreBikes, Ducati and KTM are already on this train, and now Kawasaki is jumping aboard with a new patent filing.  The company recently filed a patent for a new radar system for its bikes. According ...
Tags: Motorcycles, Ducati, Kawasaki, KTM, Motorcycle News, Kawasaki Versys, Kawaski Radar, Kawasaki Files Patent for Radar System


Dovizioso: Marquez isn't completely 'under control' in MotoGP battle

Ducati MotoGP rider Andrea Dovizioso says his rival Marc Marquez's crash at Austin shows the Spaniard "doesn't have everything under control"
Tags: Sport, Austin, Ducati, MotoGP, Andrea Dovizioso, Marquez, Marc Marquez, Autosport


Introducing the $10,000 Rizoma Design Challenge

Are you a designer looking to kickstart your career in the moto industry? A major new competition launched today by Rizoma could be just the leg-up you need. Anyone who follows the custom scene will know the Italian company Rizoma. It’s one of the big names in premium motorcycle accessories, with a massive range of beautifully designed parts—mostly machined from lightweight billet aluminum. The Rizoma Design Challenge is a competition for designers, engineers, and students—with two prizes ...
Tags: Apple, Google, Milan, Adobe, California, US, Vw, Motorcycles, Ducati, Exif, Pasadena California, Behance, Custom Motorcycles, Miguel Galluzzi, Rizoma, ArtCenter College of Design


DOUBLE ESPRESSO – Ducati Monster S2R

Written by Martin Hodgson | Photography by Keith Treder When it comes to motorcycles, it turns out that if you ask for ‘just what the doctor ordered’ then the answer is a tricked out Ducati. To discover this, we didn’t just turn to any old medicine man, but Dr Chris Stout who was named one of the World Economic Forum’s 100 Global Leaders for Tomorrow. They’re serious credentials and he’s a busy man, so to build his perfect weekend weapon to deliver that two-wheeled therapy he assembled a...
Tags: US, Gotham, Motorcycles, Ducati, Illinois, Barnett, Chris, Brembo, Germany Italy, Yuasa, Racer, Café Racer, Martin Hodgson, Miki, Galfer, Chris Stout


Honda's Ducati-style MotoGP winglet 'interesting' - Marc Marquez

Marc Marquez says he could feel a difference with Honda's new Ducati-style winglet in MotoGP practice at Austin, but stressed the new device has negatives as well as positives
Tags: Sport, Austin, Ducati, Honda, MotoGP, Marc Marquez, Autosport


Austin MotoGP: Maverick Vinales ahead of Marc Marquez in practice

Maverick Vinales beat Marc Marquez to top second practice for this weekend's Grand Prix of the Americas at Austin, as Honda introduced a Ducati-style winglet on its MotoGP bike
Tags: Sport, Austin, Ducati, Honda, MotoGP, Marc Marquez, Maverick Vinales, Autosport


Austin MotoGP: Lamborghini backs Pramac team amid sponsor doubt

Ducati MotoGP satellite team Pramac will have Automobili Lamborghini as its title sponsor in the upcoming Grand Prix of the Americas amid uncertainty over its regular sponsor Alma
Tags: Americas, Sport, Austin, Ducati, MotoGP, Pramac, Automobili Lamborghini, Autosport


Austin MotoGP: Lamborghini sponsors Pramac team amid sponsor doubt

Ducati MotoGP satellite team Pramac will have Automobili Lamborghini as its title sponsor in the upcoming Grand Prix of the Americas amid uncertainty over its regular sponsor Alma
Tags: Americas, Sport, Austin, Ducati, MotoGP, Pramac, Automobili Lamborghini, Autosport


SIDEWAYS SPORTY – 2017 Harley-Davidson Sportster by MC Parts

The Harley-Davidson XR750 is probably the most beautiful bike Harley has ever made. Which is ironic, because it was designed to get dirty, and getting sideways is what it did so well in AMA flat track races –actually it went on to become the most successful model in AMA history. So when a customer came into the H-D specialist shop called MC Parts in Denmark and wanted them to build a modern street-legal Harley-Davidson that pays homage to the XR750, they couldn’t wait to get their hands dirty....
Tags: Usa, Motorcycles, Ducati, Denmark, Tracker, Harley Davidson, Ama, Harley, Maki, Kellermann, Renthal, Harley Davidson Sportster, Biltwell, Flat Tracker, Super Hooligan, XR750


Marquez: Improved form has Dovizioso suffering less in title fight

Honda rider Marc Marquez says MotoGP rival Andrea Dovizioso can suffer less in the title fight in 2019, because Ducati's Dovizioso is getting better results at his bogey tracks
Tags: Sport, Ducati, Honda, MotoGP, Andrea Dovizioso, Marquez, Marc Marquez, Autosport


Rea: Kawasaki has been too "nervous" with set-up

Jonathan Rea says Kawasaki is “nervous” in moving away from its base set-up, which he feels it needs to do to bridge the gap to Alvaro Bautista and Ducati in World Superbikes.
Tags: News, Ducati, Kawasaki, Rea, Jonathan Rea, Alvaro Bautista


Ducati's Petrucci must manage MotoGP races better for podiums

Factory Ducati MotoGP rider Danilo Petrucci says he must learn to manage races better if he is to establish himself as a regular podium threat
Tags: Sport, Ducati, MotoGP, Petrucci, Danilo Petrucci, Autosport


The Zero SR/F Will Go to Pikes Peak International Hill Climb

An Age-Old Race for a New Bike Electric motorcycles make a lot of sense for the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb. The air is so thin at the top that many internal combustion engines have trouble gulping the air they need. According to RideApart, Zero Motorcycles will compete in the hill climb event with its new motorcycle, the SR/F.  The SR/F should perform well. It has a top speed of 124mph, has a clutchless drive, 485-pound curb weight, and puts out 110hp and 140 lb-ft of torque. Of course...
Tags: Motorcycles, Ducati, Electric Motorcycles, West West, Motorcycle News, Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, Zero Motorcycles, Zero Motorcycles SR/F, RideApart Zero Motorcycles, Aprilia BMW


BALLS & CHAIN. 485 Design’s Tough Yamaha XV920 Cafe

Written by Andrew Jones We wear our hearts on our sleeves when it comes to Yamaha’s good ol’ Virago Vee. We bloody well love ‘em but boy, we’ve seen a damn heap of them. So needless to say that it takes something a little special for us to notice them nowadays. Enter Denver’s 485 Designs and their rather unique chain-driven XV920. And by ‘unique’, we mean ‘tough, stanced and with a technically sublime Ducati rear end.’ Check it out… “We’re located just south of Denver, Colorado,” says the ...
Tags: Craigslist, Maine, Motorcycles, Ducati, Denver, NICK, Nik, Yamaha, Denver Colorado, Andrew Jones, Virago, Café Racer, XV920, 485 Designs, Nick Mercer, Nick All


Ducati Monster 821 offered with free accessories for limited period

Ducati India is celebrating a successful year of the Monster 821 by offering...
Tags: Ducati, Autos, Ducati India


Jack Miller not on 'ragged edge' with '19 Ducati MotoGP bike switch

Pramac's Jack Miller says he no longer feels like he is riding on the "ragged edge" now that he is riding a current-spec Ducati MotoGP bike for the first time during 2019
Tags: Sport, Ducati, MotoGP, Pramac, Jack Miller, Autosport


Review: The 2019 Husqvarna Svartpilen 701

Of all the Husqvarna street bikes, none has been so hotly anticipated as the Svartpilen 701. Especially by riders who love the forward design and ride dynamics of its Vitpilen café racer sibling, but can’t get along with its ergonomics. Excitement hit fever pitch when Husqvarna announced (at EICMA last year) that the Svartpilen 701 was indeed going into production. And like its 401 stablemates, the factory bike is as close to the original jaw-dropping concept as you can get. But what’s it ...
Tags: US, Motorcycles, Ducati, Portugal, Black, Lisbon, Bosch, Husqvarna, Pirelli, Atlantic Coast, Brembo, KTM, Kiska, Motorcycle Reviews, EICMA, Vitpilen


MOTO PHOTOS. 2019 Machine Show, Braidwood, Australia

Gasoline’s ‘The Keeper’ BMW R65, made for our good mate Cam ‘Stories of Bike’ Elkins Written by Andrew Jones The same thing happened every year. I’d promise myself that I’d go to Australia’s Machine Show and then at the very last minute the reality of travelling three hours south of Sydney would kick me in the family jewels. With a six-hour round trip, it’d either be a seriously big day or I’d have to organise accommodation and/or camping gear. And as it was now just a few days before the even...
Tags: Photography, Australia, Motorcycles, Ducati, Sydney, Bmw, Event, Melbourne, Honda, Classic, Douglas, Woodstock, Moto, Harley, Yamaha, CANBERRA Australia


Yamaha's Rossi riding 'like when I was young' in Argentina MotoGP race

Valentino Rossi said he was riding "like when I was young" in MotoGP's Argentina race, in which he stole second place from Ducati's Andrea Dovizioso on the last lap
Tags: Sport, Ducati, Argentina, MotoGP, Valentino Rossi, Yamaha, ROSSI, Andrea Dovizioso, Autosport


Dovizioso: Honda's Marquez won't run away in Moto GP Argentina race

Marc Marquez does not have the pace to "run away" from the rest of the field during MotoGP's Argentina race, believes Ducati's Andrea Dovizioso
Tags: Sport, Ducati, Argentina, Honda, MotoGP, Marquez, Marc Marquez, Autosport


Honda's Marc Marquez takes fifth Argentina MotoGP pole position

Reigning MotoGP champion Marc Marquez took pole position for the Argentina Grand Prix with Honda after beating Yamaha's Maverick Vinales and Ducati's Andrea Dovizioso in a frenetic qualifying battle
Tags: Sport, Ducati, Argentina, Honda, MotoGP, Yamaha, Andrea Dovizioso, Marc Marquez, Maverick Vinales, Autosport


Ducati's Petrucci has 'worst day since joining Ducati' in Argentina

Danilo Petrucci has described the opening day of track action for this weekend's Argentina Grand Prix as his worst since he joined the factory Ducati MotoGP team
Tags: Sport, Ducati, Argentina, MotoGP, Petrucci, Danilo Petrucci, Autosport


Ducati Multistrada 950S - BIMS 2019

Ducati displayed its new 2019 Multistrada 950S at the Bangkok International...
Tags: Ducati, Autos, Ducati Multistrada


Honda makes second bid to have Ducati-style MotoGP winglet approved

Honda will attempt to homologate its Ducati-style winglet for a second time, one day after MotoGP's technical director Danny Aldridge rejected its initial proposal
Tags: Sport, Ducati, Honda, MotoGP, Autosport, Danny Aldridge


Honda's Ducati-style MotoGP winglet approved at second attempt

Honda will attempt to homologate its Ducati-style winglet for a second time, one day after MotoGP's technical director Danny Aldridge rejected its initial proposal
Tags: Sport, Ducati, Honda, MotoGP, Autosport, Danny Aldridge


Argentina MotoGP: Dovizioso leads Miller in Ducati practice one-two

Andrea Dovizioso beat Ducati MotoGP stablemate Jack Miller by just 0.009 seconds to end Friday practice for the Argentina Grand Prix at Termas de Rio Hondo on top
Tags: Sport, Ducati, Argentina, MotoGP, Miller, Jack Miller, Andrea Dovizioso, Termas de Rio Hondo, Autosport


BRAAP MUSIC. Hombrese’s KTM 450 SX Dirt Tracker

Written by Marlon Slack We totally get show queens here at Pipeburn. Something built and polished to within an inch of its life, destined to live out it’s existence in a shop front window or a lounge room. That’s cool. But even better is a custom bike that’s going to be thrashed, dropped, flipped, and bounced off people’s heads. And here’s the best example of that you’ll see all week – a 2006 KTM 450 SX flat tracker built by Germany’s Hombrese bikes. Hombrese’s been running for a few years...
Tags: Facebook, Ebay, France, Germany, Spain, Motorcycles, Ducati, Honda, KTM, Uwe, Marlon Slack, El Rollo, Marc Holstein, Hombrese, Uwe Kostrewa, Pipeburn Something