Ducati Motorcycles


Here the name list of Ducati motorcycle/motorbike series.

Ducati 1098

The Ducati 1098 is a sport bike made by Ducati from 2007 to 2009, in three versions, the 1098, 1098S, and 1098R.

Ducati 1198

The Ducati 1198 is a sport bike made by Ducati from 2009 to 2011. For the 2011 model year there were two models: the 1198 and 1198SP (replacing the 1198S).

Ducati 1199

The Ducati 1199 Panigale is a 1,198 cc (73.1 cu in) Ducati sport bike introduced at the 2011 Milan Motorcycle Show.

Ducati 125 T

The Ducati 125 T (Turismo) and 125 TV (Turismo Veloce) were single cylinder, four-stroke OHV motorcycles built by Ducati from 1956 to 1960, featuring a double downtube full cradle steel frame and full-width drum brakes.

Ducati 125 TV

The Ducati 125 T (Turismo) and 125 TV (Turismo Veloce) were single cylinder, four-stroke OHV motorcycles built by Ducati from 1956 to 1960, featuring a double downtube full cradle steel frame and full-width drum brakes.

Ducati 1299

The Ducati 1299 Panigale is a Ducati sport bike unveiled at the 2014 Milan Motorcycle Show and produced since 2015 as a successor of the 1199. The motorcycle is named after the small manufacturing town of Borgo Panigale.

Ducati 400SS

The Ducati SuperSport and SS are a series of air-cooled four stroke desmodromic 2-valve 90° V-twin motorcycles manufactured from 1988 onwards.

Ducati 60

The Ducati 60 of 1949-50 was Ducati's first in a 19 model year run of four-stroke, OHV single cylinder motorcycles that ended with the 125 Cadet/4 of 1967. The 60 used the 60 cc pullrod engine of the Cucciolo T3 moped, and a frame supplied by Caproni.

Ducati 60 Sport

The Ducati 60 of 1949-50 was Ducati's first in a 19 model year run of four-stroke, OHV single cylinder motorcycles that ended with the 125 Cadet/4 of 1967. The 60 used the 60 cc pullrod engine of the Cucciolo T3 moped, and a frame supplied by Caproni.

Ducati 65 Sport

The Ducati 60 of 1949-50 was Ducati's first in a 19 model year run of four-stroke, OHV single cylinder motorcycles that ended with the 125 Cadet/4 of 1967. The 60 used the 60 cc pullrod engine of the Cucciolo T3 moped, and a frame supplied by Caproni.

Ducati 65T

The Ducati 65T, and the 65TL (Turismo Lusso) luxury version, were motorcycles manufactured by Ducati Meccanica S.p.A, from 1952 to 1958, coming out in the same year as the 98. The 65TS (Turismo Sport) appeared in 1955, ten pounds lighter, with a different gas tank, lower handlebars and dual seat.

Ducati 65TL

The Ducati 65T, and the 65TL (Turismo Lusso) luxury version, were motorcycles manufactured by Ducati Meccanica S.p.A, from 1952 to 1958, coming out in the same year as the 98. The 65TS (Turismo Sport) appeared in 1955, ten pounds lighter, with a different gas tank, lower handlebars and dual seat.

Ducati 65TS

The Ducati 65T, and the 65TL (Turismo Lusso) luxury version, were motorcycles manufactured by Ducati Meccanica S.p.A, from 1952 to 1958, coming out in the same year as the 98. The 65TS (Turismo Sport) appeared in 1955, ten pounds lighter, with a different gas tank, lower handlebars and dual seat.

Ducati 748

The Ducati 748 was a Ducati sport bike made from 1994 to 2002. The 748 was the smaller version of the 916, and was succeeded in 2003 by the 749.

Ducati 749

The Ducati 749 is a 90° V-twin Desmodromic valve actuated engine sport bike built by Ducati Motor Holding between 2003 and 2006. Designed by Pierre Terblanche, the 749 was available as the 749, 749 Dark, 749S, and 749R.

Ducati 750 GT

The Ducati 750 GT was a motorcycle made by Ducati from 1971 to 1974. Additionally there were 40 1978 750GTs manufactured.

Ducati 750 Imola Desmo

The Ducati 750 Imola Desmo is a racing motorcycle built by Ducati that won the 1972 Imola 200 miles (320 km) race in the hands of Paul Smart.

Ducati 800SS

The Ducati SuperSport and SS are a series of air-cooled four stroke desmodromic 2-valve 90° V-twin motorcycles manufactured from 1988 onwards.

Ducati 848

The Ducati 848 is a sport bike with a 849 cc (51.8 cu in) 90° V-twin engine manufactured by Ducati. It was announced on November 6, 2007 for the 2008 model year, replacing the 749, although the 848 model name was already listed on the compatible parts table for the 1098 fuel tank, giving away the secret a few months early.

Ducati 851

The Ducati 851 is a motorcycle produced by Ducati, with liquid cooling and four valve heads, released to the public in 1987. Development had lagged with the continued use of two valve engines, but new funds enabled a technological move forward Ducati needed at the time.

Ducati 860 GT

The Ducati 860 GT was a Ducati motorcycle made in 1974 and 1975, replaced by the restyled 860 GTS for 1976–1979. In 1974–1975 the electric-start version was called the 860 GTE, while all models had electric start after 1975, and for the final two years, 1978–1979, the name was changed to 900 GTS.

Ducati 888

The Ducati 888 was a motorcycle manufactured by Ducati as an upgrade to the Ducati 851. The earlier 851 had introduced liquid cooling, computerized fuel injection and four-valve heads to the company's two cylinder motors.

Ducati 899

The Ducati 899 "Panigale" is a 898 cc sport bike from Ducati, released in 2013 to replace the Ducati 848. It has a 148-horsepower (110 kW) version of the engine in the previously released Ducati 1199. Claimed dry weight is 169 kilograms (373 lb).

Ducati 916

The Ducati 916 is a sport bike motorcycle made by Ducati from 1994 to 1998. In contrast to Japanese inline four-cylinder competitors of the time, its V-twin engine produced less outright power, but a more even torque spread.

Ducati 98

The Ducati 98, 98N, 98T, 98TL, 98 Sport (98S) and 98 Super Sport (98SS) were a series of single-cylinder OHV, open-cradle pressed-steel frame motorcycles made by Ducati Meccanica from 1952 to 1958. The 98 Sport sold in London in 1956 for ₤178 10s, which would be ₤3,979 as of 2015, after inflation.

Ducati 996

The Ducati 996 is an Ducati sport bike motorcycle made from 1999 to 2002, based upon the earlier 916.

Ducati 998

The Ducati 998, a successor to the Ducati 996 and the final variation on the Ducati 916, was produced in various models from 2002 to 2004. The new Testastretta engine shared many similarities with the previous Desmoquattro engine in the 996, although it was completely new from the crankshaft up.

Ducati 999

The Ducati 999 superseded the Massimo Tamburini designed Ducati 916, Ducati 996 and Ducati 998 range of superbikes in 2003, and was produced through 2006. This motorcycle enjoyed great success in World Superbike, and was raced in the series through the 2007 season, despite no longer being produced, pending rules changes by the series' governing body, FIM, to allow competition of the new Ducati 1098.

Ducati Apollo

The 1964 Ducati Berliner 1260 Apollo was a prototype 1,257 cc (76.7 cu in) V4 engine motorcycle producing 100 bhp (75 kW) and capable of over 120 mph (190 km/h).

Ducati Aurea

The Ducati 125 Aurea was a Ducati motorcycle made from 1958 to 1962; it was only superficially different from the Bronco of 1960 to 1966.

Ducati Bronco

The 125 Bronco was a tubular steel/full-duplex-framed, base model motorcycle made by Ducati from 1960 to 1966, produced mainly for American distributor Berliner Motor Corporation.

Ducati Cucciolo

The Ducati Cucciolo was a 4-stroke clip-on engine for motorized bicycles conceived during and shortly after World War II by a Turin lawyer, Aldo Farinelli, and developed with a self-taught engineer, Aldo Leoni.

Ducati Desmosedici

Ducati Desmosedici is the name of the series of four-stroke V4 Prototype Motorcycles developed by Ducati to compete in the MotoGP World Championship.

Ducati Desmosedici RR

The Ducati Desmosedici RR is a limited production road-legal version of the Desmosedici MotoGP racebike.

Ducati Diavel

The Ducati Diavel is the second cruiser motorcycle from Ducati, after the Indiana of 1986–1990. The 2011 model year Diavel debuted in November 2010 at the EICMA motorcycle show in Milan.

Ducati Hypermotard

The Ducati Hypermotard is a supermotard Ducati motorcycle designed by Pierre Terblanche and was first seen at the November 2005 EICMA trade show in Milan.

Ducati Mach 1

The Ducati Mach 1 motorcycle was a milestone in Ducati's history. The Mach 1, with its 250cc single-cylinder engine, was the fastest 250 road bike at the time.

Ducati MH900e

The Ducati MH900e (or Evoluzione) is a limited production motorcycle designed by Pierre Terblanche and was produced by Ducati in Bologna in 2001 and 2002.

Ducati Monster

The Ducati Monster (called Il Mostro in Italian) is a motorcycle designed by Miguel Angel Galluzzi and produced by Ducati in Bologna, Italy since 1993. It is a naked bike, characterized by an exposed engine and frame.

Ducati Monster 696

The Ducati Monster 696 is a naked motorcycle. The smallest model in the Ducati Monster range, it was announced in November 2007, and officially launched in early April 2008 in Barcelona.

Ducati Multistrada

First introduced in 2003, the Ducati Multistrada is series of V-twin "street trailie" motorcycles. Essentially a hybrid of a supermoto and a sport-tourer, the Multistrada competes in the market with other dual-sport motorcycles such as the BMW GS; but, like the Yamaha TDM850, the Multistrada is neither intended nor suitable for off-road use.

Ducati Multistrada 1200

The Multistrada 1200 is a motorcycle manufactured by Ducati since 2010. The engine is a retuned version of the Testastretta from the 1198 superbike, now called the Testastretta 11° for its 11° valve overlap (reduced from 41°).

Ducati Pantah

The Pantah was the first of the belt-driven camshaft Ducati motors, the first generation of the current Ducati V twins.

Ducati Paso

The Ducati Paso was introduced in 1986 with the slogan "Il nostro passato ha un grande futuro" (Our past has a great future).

Ducati PaulSmart 1000 LE

The Ducati PaulSmart 1000 LE (PS1000LE) is a retro styled sport bike built by Ducati in 2006 to commemorate Paul Smart's win at the Imola 200 km race in 1972, a win that helped define Ducati's future approach to racing.

Ducati Scrambler

The Ducati Scrambler was the brand name for a series of single cylinder scrambler motorcycles made by Ducati for the American market from 1962 until 1974, and with the production of the new Ducati Scrambler in 2015. Its creation is attributed to the American Berliner Motor Corporation.

Ducati singles

The Ducati singles were single cylinder motorcycles, made by Ducati from 1950 to 1974. Chief Engineer Fabio Taglioni developed a desmodromic valve system in these years, a system that opens and closes the valves using the camshaft, without the need for valve springs.

Ducati Sport1000

The Ducati SportClassics were a range of retro styled motorcycles first introduced by Ducati at the 2003 Tokyo Motor Show, and put on sale in 2005 for the 2006 model year.

Ducati SportClassic

The Ducati SportClassics were a range of retro styled motorcycles first introduced by Ducati at the 2003 Tokyo Motor Show, and put on sale in 2005 for the 2006 model year.

Ducati ST series

The Ducati ST series are Italian sport touring motorcycles that were made by Ducati between 1997 and 2007. The models included (in order of release) the ST2, ST4/ST4s, and ST3/ST3s.

Ducati ST2

The Ducati ST2 is an Italian sport touring motorcycle that was made by Ducati between 1997 and 2003. It had a two-valve 90° V-twin engine.

Ducati ST3

The ST3 is an Italian sport touring motorcycle that was made by Ducati between 2004 and 2007.

Ducati ST4s

The Ducati ST4s was a sport-touring motorcycle manufactured by Ducati between 2002 and 2005.

Ducati Streetfighter

The Ducati Streetfighter is a streetfighter-style motorcycle produced by Ducati. The design of Streetfighter is the work of designer Damien Basset from the Ducati design team.

Ducati Supermono

The Ducati Supermono is a lightweight, single-cylinder racing motorcycle made by Ducati. It is named for the Supermono racing class.

Ducati SuperSport

The Ducati SuperSport and SS are a series of air-cooled four stroke desmodromic 2-valve 90° V-twin motorcycles manufactured from 1988 onwards.