Ducati’s are a great sports motorcycle option with a wide variety of sports bikes and some exclusive limited edition options for collectors. It all began in 1926 when Anotonio Cavalieri Ducati and his three sons founded their own business that, at the time, did not even make motorcycles. The company didn’t begin making motorcycle related items until 1950 with the Cucciolo, which was engine capable of being mounted to a bicycle.
It wasn’t until the 1960s that the company made history in motorcycling by producing a 250cc road bike, which at the time was the fastest motorcycle of its time. In 1985 Cagiva bought Ducati and decided to keep the name after everything was finalized. In 2012 AUDI AG’s Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A. subsidiary acquired Ducati and created a great prosperioous relationship. Ducati is known today for making great quality sports cars with a multitude of options to create a great experience of performance, agility, and speed.
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All Ducati Motorcycles:
DesertX: This model can take you anywhere, including across the desert.
Diavel: It comes as a 1260, 1260 S, and a 1260 Lamborghini as a collaboration between the two high-end brands.
XDiavel: It is a power cruiser that comes in various trims, including a limited edition Black Star with only 50 units.
Hypermotard: This model is an excellent option for those who enjoy the ride without compromising safety.
Monster: It is the most compact and light model with the essentials, including a lot of power.
Streetfighter: The model is an intuitive and easy to handle motorcycle with plenty of power.
Multistrada: It has a multitude of models that are all fun and versatile.
Panigale: One of the sportier options available with a sleek sporty design.
Superleggera: Is a great option with some of the most exclusive options available.
Supersport: This model has a sleek and dynamic style that gives the look of an elegant sports bike.
Scrambler: The model has numerous models that are made for comfort and speed.
E-MTB: It is a great bike option with sporting feature that is great for offroad use as well.
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