Ducati recently celebrated its 90th year as a company, yet it only began producing motorcycles in 1946, twenty years after the company was founded. From the beginning, Ducati motorcycles have focused on innovative design, state-of-the-art technology and a strong commitment to competitive racing.

Ducati motorcycles, and their trademark Desmodromic timing engines, hold a hallowed place in motorcycle culture and competition combining  undoubtable style and character with real performance.

Ducati has won 17 manufacturer and 14 rider world titles including the 2007 MotoGP Championship with Casey Stoner after only their fourth year of competition in the highest level of motorcycle sport. In 2012, Ducati joined the Audi AG Group, accelerating growth and setting sales records by 2015 with growth momentum continuing.

Best known for their trademark look and sound, Ducati motorcycle models such as the Monster naked performance line and the Panigale superbike have a cult following on the track and in the streets. The Italian manufacturer continues to expand its offerings with real performance touring machines in the Multistrada line, niche-filling street machines in the Hypermotard line and even mega-powerful cruisers with the Diavel series. Recently, a newly released Scrambler model has reintroduced the brand to a youthful, classic motorcycle culture encouraging customization and riding’s lifestyle.

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