Motorcycle police officers have the enviable job of being paid to ride. With a little help from Ducati, a unique Italian force are doing just that and in style.
Riders making their summer vacation plans may want to consider Italy and an opportunity to ride through the surrounding hills, quite literally.
Motorcycle enthusiasts who are anywhere near the Italian hills of Bologna this summer will find it even easier to swing by Ducati’s new and improved museum.
Rumors are riding out of India, the company that owns and builds Royal Enfield motorcycles have been approached to buy Ducati.
Ducati officially joins the pack of manufacturers paying tribute to the café racer scene with a special version of their popular Scrambler series.
While their motorcycles may offer the finest of Italian engineering and design, Ducati’s latest apparel is an American affair.
When someone tells a rider they smell like Ducati, it may not be the odor of oil and gasoline normally associated with motorcycles but a whiff of two-wheeled history.
As soon as next month adventurous bikers could find themselves cruising the same back roads Ducati’s riders use to test the latest Italian motorcycles.
Today’s magic number is 642. That’s how many more motorcycles Italian manufacturer Ducati sold in 2016 compared to the year before.
Ever wondered where the largest Ducati dealership in the world is located? Just in case the question comes up on the next round of Jeopardy, the answer is ‘Where is Jakarta, Indonesia Alex!’