The Ferrari of motorbikes: find the most notable iconic and unique Ducati Collection on JamesEdition

On April 19, the celebration for the 90th anniversary of Ducati officially started in Bologna, Italy. In 1946, 20 years after its establishment in 1926, the company began producing motorcycles that would soon reflect their characteristic racing nature. These motorcycles featured exclusive Desmodromic timing engines, innovative design and state-of-the-art technology, as well as a strong commitment to competitive racing. This iconic and unique brand is also referred to as "the Ferrari of motorbikes". Here you'll find the most notable Ducatis currently on JamesEdition.

Australian motorcycle racer, Gavin Martini, has had this very special Ducati built exactly to his specifications. It is a replica from the ultra-rare 750 Super Sports, of which only 401 models were built in 1974.
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Scotts Valley, CA, United States
If in Rome, do as the Romans do. If you're looking for a Ducati, go to Italy. This is what this importer did, and now currently offers this excellent Ducati Panigale 1199R out of Canada.
Buffalo, NY, United States
This is why Ducati is called the Ferrari of bikes: red, lightweight, powerful and brutally fast. This Ducati 1199 weighs only 175 kg but has 200 HP - a little better than the Koenigsegg One:1.
Wheels of Arabia, in collaboration with The Ducati Riding Experience, adds a special date to its 2016 calendar as, on the 28th-29th October, the DRE staff will be in Bahrain. If you want to join, this might be just the bike you might want to have. This Ducati Desmosedici RR was derived directly from the MotoGP and will definitely enjoy racing it.
Buffalo, NY, United States