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Custom Bikes of the Week

A Ducati Scrambler with a weird Manga vibe, a Yamaha XJR1300 with monocoque bodywork, and one of the best custom Bonnevilles we’ve seen in years. Check out the motorcycles that revved our engines this week. Ducati Scrambler by Vibrazioni...Show More Summary

What Do You Want To Know About The 2016 Ducati XDiavel?

3 days agoVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

I just got home from riding the all-new 2016 Ducati XDiavel all around San Diego. My cruiser face is starting to dissipate and I’ve finally managed to turn off Nickelback radio, which means it’s time to get your questions in. Read more...

Stoner to continue testing on Wednesday

Casey Stoner will continue to test with Ducati on the third and final day of the opening pre-season gathering in Malaysia on…

The Ducati 'draXter' XDiavel Concept Is A Vicious Nightmare Of A Sport Cruiser

6 days agoVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

I had two nightmares last night. In one, Ducati’s draXter XDiavel concept was chasing me down a dark, desolate highways and trying to eat me. The other involved losing a bet and being strapped to the draXster with the throttle taped wide open as someone dropped the clutch. I still can’t decide which was scarier. Read more...

You've Never Seen A Custom Bike Like This Hello Kitty-Themed Scrambler

last weekVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

The funny thing about custom motorcycles is how often they end up looking so similar. When MotoCorsa, the top selling Ducati dealership in the nation, was asked to be a part of Ducati’s Custom Rumble contest, they wanted to put the “custom” back in custom. Meet the Hello Kitty-themed Scrambler, and boy is it... different. Read more...

Stoner to run on second Sepang test day

Ducati has confirmed that Casey Stoner will run for the team on the second pre-season test day in Malaysia, following his…

Custom Bikes of the Week

A pair of ‘official’ Ducati customs, a stunning Indian Scout from France, and a Honda Dominator from a Finnish automotive engineer. Meet the motorcycles that got our motors running this week. Ducati draXter concept The Diavel has always been a bit of a mystery to me. Show More Summary

Stoner makes Ducati test comeback

Double MotoGP World Champion Casey Stoner has completed a private test for Ducati on Saturday, his first since re-joining the…

MV Agusta's New Brutale 675 Could Be One Of The Best Small Naked Sportbikes Yet

last weekVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

MV Agusta is a strange brand. It’s kind of seen as Ducati’s weird cousin. They’ve made some of the most beautiful motorcycles and engines on the planet, but have always had difficulty making them available, keeping them running, or getting parts out to people. All of that is changing, and just in time for their new Triumph Street Triple eater. Read more...

Ducati shows off DraXter concept drag bike [w/video]

Ducati transforms its XDiavel cruiser into a drag bike for the new DraXter concept at the Motor Bike Expo in Verona, Italy. Continue reading Ducati shows off DraXter concept drag bike [w/video] Ducati shows off DraXter concept drag bike [w/video] originally appeared on Autoblog on Sun, 24 Jan 2016 19:04:00 EST. Show More Summary

Custom Ducati Scramblers star at Verona Bike Expo

Ducati will display three custom Scramblers at the Verona Motor Bike Expo that take inspiration from vintage racers and classic bikes. Continue reading Custom Ducati Scramblers star at Verona Bike Expo Custom Ducati Scramblers star at Verona Bike Expo originally appeared on Autoblog on Sun, 24 Jan 2016 17:01:00 EST. Show More Summary

Custom Bikes of the Week

A Yamaha XV950 from Switzerland, a Ducati 900SS from Holland, and a Kawasaki H2 from Italy. This week, it’s the Eurovision Song Contest of bike building. Yamaha XV950 by GS Mashin Bern-based Tom Mosimann first caught our attention with his swooping and colorful re-interpretation of a Harley-Davidson Fat Boy. Show More Summary

Custom Bikes of the Week

A bespoke scrambler with MV Agusta power, a stunning Honda CB550 cafe racer from France, and a track-ready Ducati Monster S4R tribute to Mike Hailwood. These are the machines that revved our engines this week. Honda CB550 by Bad Winners A few weeks ago we were taken aback by Lossa Engineering’s candy-apple Honda CB550. Show More Summary

Custom Bikes of the Week

A Triumph Bonneville that sold for over $100,000, a slick Honda CB750 tracker from Argentina, and a return to form from former Radical Ducati boss Pepo Rosell. Meet the custom bikes that have got our pulses racing over the past few days. The...Show More Summary

Custom Rumble: Untitled x Marin Ducati Scrambler

Last year, Ducati launched the ‘Custom Rumble’ contest. It’s a worldwide dealer build-off, based on the Ducati Scrambler, where the winner is ultimately chosen by public vote. But how do you customize a bike that already has a trending look? The finalists have been chosen, and many entrants have visibly wrestled with that challenge. Show More Summary

Ride Tastefully: Union Motorcycle’s Ducati Monza

Union Motorcycle Classics is the kind of shop we love to hear about. It’s based in a 100-year-old barn in the 19th century railroad town of Nampa, Idaho, where Mike Watanabe and Luke Ransom fettle and restore classic British and European machinery. This recent build is giving us a serious case of envy. Show More Summary

Interview: Outgoing Ducati North America CEO Dominique Cheraki

Ducati North America CEO Dominique Cheraki is on his way to Bologna to take on a new role with the company. He made time for an interview before the reveal of the 2016 Ducati lineup.

Watch The New Ducati Multistrada Enduro Prove It Can Be A Big Dirt Bike, Too

last monthVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

For the past decade, if you wanted an adventure bike (read: a big bike with big suspension you could sort of ride off road) you pretty much had to decide between the BMW GS and KTM 1190 Adventure. Ducati released their first off-road...Show More Summary

The Missing Link: Moto Studio’s Paul Smart Ducati

Nostalgia sells. Yesterday’s legends still influence today’s purchasing decisions: just look at the enduring influence of Steve McQueen, who died over 35 years ago. In Ducati circles, Paul Smart is one of the biggest legends. His win...Show More Summary

Look Again: Bryan Fuller’s Ducati 250 Scrambler

If this Ducati 250 Scrambler seems familiar, it’s because you’ve seen it on these pages before… kinda. Meet the ‘Super Duc,’ the posh twin of Fuller Moto’s ‘Dirty Duc.’ When Bryan Fuller had the idea for the Dirty Duc, he decided to build a pair. Show More Summary

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