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Bevel Drive Single – 1965 Ducati 160 Monza Junior

In Italy, Less than 5k, Standard by Tim HuberLeave a Comment

Brothers Joseph and Michael Berliner played a highly influential role in the motorcycle industry for several decades starting in the 1950s. Their company, the Berliner Motor Corporation, was the US distributor for a number of European marques such as Norton, Moto Guzzi, Zundapp, and Ducati. With the American moto market being one of the world’s biggest purchasers of bikes, the …

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1980 Moto Guzzi Le Mans CX100

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As a motorcycle collector and lover, you’re probably the kind of motorcyclist who spends at least an hour per day looking for something. Not something, but THE thing. The motorcycle you will want to ride just seeing at the first picture. The motorcycle you will think about before sleeping. The motorcycle with a name that you will never forget. Well, …

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1 of 61 – 1995 Ducati Supermono

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In the majestic history of the Italian firm, the Ducati Supermono is one of the greats. Arguably one of the most collectable Ducatis ever produced, just 67 Supermonos were built exclusively for racing in the Designed to race in the “Sound of Singles” Championship (a support event for the World Superbike Championship), this incredible bike weighs just 267 pounds!

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The Original – 1971 Ducati Scrambler 450

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In 2015, Ducati launched its modern Scrambler range, a hip, modular standard available in a variety of flavors. The Italian marque’s Scrambler lineup now accounts for just over a quarter of the company’s total sales, and this is largely thanks to trendy vintage aesthetics which were directly borrowed from the original Ducati Scrambler going back over 25 years ago.

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From the Quail to On Sale: Revival Cycles’ “Odioso” Ducati Sidecar Crosser

In 3 Wheels, America, Custom, Italy by Tim HuberLeave a Comment

Back in February, Abhi shared a video of Revival Cycles’ bonkers Ducati ST4-based sidecar cross build, entitled “Idioso”. Commissioned by Rebel Yell Bourbon – the same brand that commissioned Classified Moto’s “Frank”, a 2007 Triumph Speed Triple build with a rear ATV wheel – Odioso was built for a contest giveaway, though it now appears whoever was lucky enough to …

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1958 Laverda 100 Sport Lusso

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Post Sale Update: This Laverda sold for $6,100 after 30 bids on eBay. Sport and Luxury in the same model name, what a combination! Laverda’s 100 Sport Lusso was built in two series, and this ’58 model is from the latter. In the second series, this lovely Laverda 100 was available in “Gran Turismo” or “Sport Lusso” trims.

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Rare Project – 1978 Laverda Montjuic

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Post Sale Update: This Montjuich project sold for $4,750 after 7 bids on eBay. The seller of this Montjuch took it apart “to make improvements” but some health issues got in the way and after “several years of no progress” he’s letting it go so that someone else can finish the work.