Italian boutique bike brand Vyrus is back to its eccentric ways again. Having previously offered to turn any Honda CBR600RR into a Vyrus 986 M2, the company is now setting its sights on transforming old Ducatis into a Vyrus. What that...Show More Summary
The Ducati Scrambler has been a hot item in the bike world these days. With the bike’s popularity soaring, it was only fitting that Ducati presented the Scrambler in a totally different light at the upcoming Motor Bike Expo in Verona, Italy. Show More Summary
There was never any doubt that Ducati would get the Scrambler into the hands of customizers before it even went on sale. This is the result. Let the flame wars and/or lovefest begin. Read more...
Deus Ex Machina from Milan unveiled at Verona’s Motor Bike Expo, the first Deus built on a Ducati Scrambler. This brightly-colored beast named Hondo Grattan, gets his name after the horse that won everything on the Harold Park race-track. Show More Summary
We test the Ducati Scrambler; The List heads to the birthplace of Ferrari; Autoblog Podcast #414 is ready for your listening pleasure. Those are the top stories for Wednesday, January 21, 2015. Continue reading What you missed on 1.21.15 What you missed on 1.21.15 originally appeared on Autoblog on Wed, 21 Jan 2015 19:32:00 EST. Show More Summary
Ducati's new Scrambler is a surprisingly funky and affordable motorcycle that aims to court a new audience. Will it succeed? We ride it and place our bets. Continue reading 2015 Ducati Scrambler 2015 Ducati Scrambler originally appeared on Autoblog on Wed, 21 Jan 2015 11:57:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments
The motorcycle market is as healthy as it’s ever been, at least that’s the case for a number of bike brands have reported increased sales. Ducati is one of them after the Italian bike brand announced its achievement in setting a new company sales record in 2014. Show More Summary
Tudor’s latest project has arrived alongside Italian superbike manufacturer Ducati. Founded by Hans Wildorf as an accompaniment to his line of Rolex watches, Tudor has garnered a name for its noteworthy reliability and dependability, and… The post Tudor x Ducati Fastrider Black Shield Collection appeared first on Highsnobiety.
The Ducati Desmosedici GP15 is still knee-deep in development so if you were looking forward to seeing the all-new racing bike in time for the first testing session of the upcoming MotoGP season, prepare yourself for some bad news. According...Show More Summary
For those into adventure motorcycles, the Ducati Multistrada 1200 S is arguably one of the best in the market. As an outright street performer, there are only a handful of bikes that can match wits with the Multistrada 1200 S. I’m not...Show More Summary
The word “ultimate” is thrown around loosely these days. Often times, it doesn’t do justice to what it’s describing. But in rare instances, the adjective definitely applies. Take the Ducati Panigale R, for example. In so many words, it’s the ultimate superbike. Show More Summary
Surely, three-time Superbike World Champion Troy Bayliss, considered as one of the best motorcycle riders in history, is just showing off here. As if performing a front wheel burnout on a bike is hard enough, doing it on a Ducati just...Show More Summary
A photographer who was struck by a Ducati motorbike as it crashed in the south of France lost his leg following the accident, but managed to capture the incident on video. Noel Greaves-Lord, a father of three from Worthing in West Sussex,...Show More Summary
If you want to own a decade and a half of Ducati's most sought after superbikes, you could scour Craiglist, comb through eBay, and wade through forums. Or you could just cut a check for $92,500 and get five in one fell swoop. See? Easy. Read more...
In the sleepy English country town of Stowmarket you’ll find one of the world’s top Ducati specialists: Made In Italy Motorcycles. For thirty years John Fallon has been buying, selling and restoring Ducatis—and we’ve finally snared a...Show More Summary
Ducati welcomes a new generation of motorcycle enthusiasts with its surprise entry-level roadster. The Scrambler has an 803cc engine that produces 80hp and 50lbft torque, versatile tires and friendly handling. Available in four variants.
My friends and I rounded up four of the best modern classics we could find - a Ducati, a Triumph, a Moto Guzzi and a BMW - and hit the town. Read more...
The reaction to reviews of the new Ducati Scrambler has been… mixed. I think that's partially because us journalists have failed to do it justice and partially because the bike is very misunderstood. So I figured I should take a few minutes and explain it for you. Read more...
The citrus-scented gardens at the Ace Hotel shook with the sound of Ducati this week as the Italian motorcycle maker came here to introduce its highly anticipated new Scrambler.
The Ducati Scrambler comes in four flavors, but as I found out this week, there are no mechanical differences between them. It's the same engine, the same suspension, and the same frame holding it all together. And that means you can pull any bit from any bike to create your own. It's like a two-wheeled LEGO kit, so let's see what you can build. Read more...