Preloved ducati 250 daytona/mach 1 restored for sale

Rubric: Ducati | 26 May 2015 | Comments Off on Preloved ducati 250 daytona/mach 1 restored for sale
Preloved ducati 250 daytona/mach 1 restored for sale

DUCATI 250 DAYTONA/MACH 1 RESTORED With great reluctance I have to sell my beloved 250 Ducati, children and a house move mean no time to ride it and no place to keep it. Frame number: DM25082255 Engine number: DM25083133 Registration number: **L 716 NOT TRANSFERABLE It has been extensively restored with the following points: 1. Black gloss powder coated frame and all fittings. 2. Beautifully resprayed and lined tank, side panels, mudguards, headlamp etc. 3. Extensively re-chromed and polished alloy fittings, including chromed chainguard. 4. Very good ‘wide’ touring dualseat with DUCATI logo. (original ‘narrow seat in spares kit) 4. Rewired throughout with modern ...

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Mototrans Ducati 250cc 24 Horas – Part 1 – Classic Motorcycle Test – RealClassi…

Rubric: Ducati | 15 May 2015 | Comments Off on Mototrans Ducati 250cc 24 Horas – Part 1 – Classic Motorcycle Test – RealClassi…
Mototrans Ducati 250cc 24 Horas – Part 1 – Classic Motorcycle Test – RealClassi…

Mototrans Ducati 250cc 24 Horas – Part 1 The ’24 Horrors’ has something of an appalling reputation, explains Kel Boyce. He bought one, and took it racing. You may know that the single cylinder Ducati was the backbone of 250cc racing, at least during the early years of racing under the Classic Racing Motorcycle Club. The fact that the ‘Duke’ never really stood up too well against the two-strokes in the 1960s and, nowadays, has to be protected against deja vu by running in a separate four-stroke class is neither here nor there. Anyway, many of us like to don the old rose-tinted specs and dream about an era which never really existed, when those beautiful Mach 1s ...

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USCRA Mach1 Racing

Rubric: Ducati | 20 Apr 2015 | Comments Off on USCRA Mach1 Racing
USCRA Mach1 Racing

Mach1 Racing in the USCRA   Up till now Pete Talabach hasn’t said much about his current sidecar. mostly because I suppose of the love hate relationship that he has with the rig and the fact that the Vincent motor is busted AGAIN but to be fair, the rig was the product of many years of racing his old Yamaha rig. Doing laps on as many other rigs as he could and the resulting design is beautiful and and is without doubt the best handling rig that Pete have ever driven. The motor has great power and sounds unbelievable, BUT. it turns out that it is a lot easier to make a Vincent twin run reliably on the street than it is to make it a reliable racer said Pete. Were it not for some heavy ...

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OGIO Mach 5 review b3lieve.tv

Rubric: Ducati | 15 Apr 2015 | Comments Off on OGIO Mach 5 review b3lieve.tv
OGIO Mach 5 review b3lieve.tv

OGIO No Drag | Mach 5 Review | B3lIEVE Riding a motorcycle can be a challenging thing if you ever need to carry stuff. It’s like trying to solve a Rubik’s Cube and playing Tetris at the same time (we  HATE both those things at B3lIEVE.  But maybe we just hate squares?  Further research is being currently being conducted on this subject). So unless your bike has those lovely saddle bags or a tank bag, you have to settle for a backpack. Riders with sport bikes typically aren’t huge fans of backpacks for a number of reasons. Not only do you have to play a real-life game of Tetris (we still hate you Tetris) to pack a backpack but when you get half-way to work, your dress shoe feels ...

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1965 250Cc Ducati Classic Sport Bikes For Sale

Rubric: Ducati | 30 Mar 2015 | Comments Off on 1965 250Cc Ducati Classic Sport Bikes For Sale
1965 250Cc Ducati Classic Sport Bikes For Sale

1965 250cc Ducati Posted on September 2, 2011 by Brian We have shown a lot of Ducati Super Sports here on CSBFS, and they are called super for a reason. But we have to remember before there were twin cylinders offered from Bologna Italy, there were the equally spectacular singles. With names like Diana, Monza, and Mach 1 and Mach 3 (or MK1/MKIII) Ducati offered riders a very quick and well handling single before the Super Sports took over the world. This 250cc Ducati offered now on eBay is one of those super singles. From the seller Up for auction is this beautiful 1964 Ducati 250. This fabulous bike has been assembled with no expense spared and a great deal of attention to detail, ...

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Ogio No Drag Mach 5 Backpack Review Motorcycle Blog from JAFRUM

Rubric: Ducati | 23 Mar 2015 | Comments Off on Ogio No Drag Mach 5 Backpack Review Motorcycle Blog from JAFRUM
Ogio No Drag Mach 5 Backpack Review Motorcycle Blog from JAFRUM

Motorcycles, Events, Leather, Helmets and Apparel Blog Ogio No Drag Mach 5 Backpack Review March 23, 2013 by madmoto Let me start with the short review. This is one seriously cool and well thought out backpack. Simply one of the very best backpacks you can use on a motorcycle especially a sportsbike. So that was the short review. If you’re interested in more, read on. The Ogio No Drag Mach 5 Backpack is a very sleek aerodynamic backpack, made for motorcycle riders. Its dimensions are Height: 20.5”, Width: 14.5” and Depth: 7”. So, it’s big but not cumbersome, an ideal size for any type of motorcycle, but specially for sports motorcycles. The Mach 5 is aerodynamic, meaning you’ll ...

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Ogio No Drag Mach 1, 3 and 5 Backpacks

Rubric: Ducati | 8 Mar 2015 | Comments Off on Ogio No Drag Mach 1, 3 and 5 Backpacks
Ogio No Drag Mach 1, 3 and 5 Backpacks

Thread: Ogio No Drag Mach 1, 3 and 5 Backpacks Site Sponsor Join Date Jun 2012 Posts 449 Ogio No Drag Mach 1, 3 and 5 Backpacks Backpacks can be an essential part of travelling or commuting on a bike, but most standard packs are not designed for that purpose. Motorcycle riders generally require a different set of features, and that is exactly the group that OGIO No Drag series caters to. There are three backpacks in the OGIO No Drag line. They are the Mach 1, Mach 3, and Mach 5. All three share the same basic shape and use a streamlined, molded shell that reduces drag whether the pack is full or not. This is because the shell is rigid and holds its shape at speed. The finish of the shell ...

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Franzen Cycle Riders, Ducati, Ducati Mach 1, Ducati Singles, Ducati 250

Rubric: Ducati | 4 Mar 2015 | Comments Off on Franzen Cycle Riders, Ducati, Ducati Mach 1, Ducati Singles, Ducati 250
Franzen Cycle Riders, Ducati, Ducati Mach 1, Ducati Singles, Ducati 250

The classified ad read: Ducati For Sale 1967 MkIII 250 – All parts here and ready for restoration. Serial #s match and has Mach I engine with megaphone kit. I’d long been looking for a vintage Ducati single, but the first time I read this particular classified ad I dismissed the bike with a red flag. I’d have been greatly interested in either a Mark III or a Mach 1, but a Mark III frame with a Mach 1 engine signaled a ‘bastardized’ bike of questionable originality and little collectible value. Besides, all parts here is a seller’s polite way of saying basket case. A couple days later I saw the same ad again and checked the area code. The location was ...

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Carl’s Restored 1966 Ducati Mach1

Rubric: Ducati | 19 Feb 2015 | Comments Off on Carl’s Restored 1966 Ducati Mach1
Carl’s Restored 1966 Ducati Mach1

September 10, 2002: Starting final assembly! Put on the swing arm and new shocks. September 11, 2002 Put in the special steering head roller bearings from Sid’s. See the cool press I built with threaded rod. September 13, 2002 Time to start risking scratching those nice painted parts. This was the real emotional point; I was now committing myself to really assemble the bike. Those perfect parts stay perfect forever wrapped up in the boxes, but you can’t ride them! So not much really happened that day, but my mindset really changed to be: GET IT DONE! The center stand went on and the fender went in. September 15, 2002 Triple clamp, front forks, clip-ones! Here is some interesting ...

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Passing of friends foongleongsoon

Rubric: Ducati | 14 Feb 2015 | Comments Off on Passing of friends foongleongsoon
Passing of friends foongleongsoon

Just another WordPress.com site Passing of friends March 7, 2014 We lost Uncle Shek Kin on 2nd January. We had a hard time searching for him, and he was long gone when he was finally found. I’m just glad that he’d met a lot of friends prior to his demise and didn’t even realize he’s gone. I still remember the way he’d always smile and come squeeze my shoulders when I meet him. It was a painless  departure for him and for this I’m very glad. Today, we lost Uncle Kwai. I was the first one to find out he was hospitalised and rushed over with Uncle Foo last night. I never expected to find him in such serious condition. I never expected to find him brain dead. I feel so helpless ...

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