Post Sale Update: This DB6 sold for $14,000 after 15 bids on eBay in Upland, California.
The DB6 Delirio was a naked standard with styling unlike any other Bimota. It was powered by Ducati’s dual-spark air-cooled V-Twin, and it was the “cheapest” Bimota in the lineup, though it’s hard to call any bike cheap when the MSRP was over $30,000. To celebrate Italy’s win in the 2006 World Cup, Bimota created a limited edition called the Azzuro. 23 examples were created – 12 of which were supposedly given to players of the championship team. The remainder were offered to the public.
For that money, powered by Ducati’s dual-spark air-cooled V-Twin, good for 90 horsepower and 70 pound-feet of torque, as well as styling unlike any other Bimota. For more information, check out this review from Visor Down, who sum it up by saying, “think BMX push bike with a motorcycle engine and you won’t be too far off the mark.”
This example (VIN: ZESD699287R000004) has 13,071 kilometers (8,121 miles) and it’s equipped with several extras – Zard carbon fiber slipon exhaust, Rizoma mirrors, Rizoma brake/clutch reservoir mounts, Brembo RCS radial brake/clutch cylinders, a new battery, and Pirelli Rosso II tires with less than 500 miles on them. The seller acquired it in 2014 and notes that there are just a few small scrapes that he documents in three photos at the end of the listing.
Find this limited-edition DB6 for sale in Upland, California with bidding up to $9,200 and the reserve not yet met here on eBay.