Articles about Ducati

“It is not just a learner’s bike. It is a bike for the Ducatisti”
“This ‘baby’ of the range is far from being an entry-level ride”
My first encounter with Ducati's 'littlest' Monster was around a year ago at the Ducati Riding Experience, where me and a bunch of other newbies learned the basics of bike control and defensive riding. It was a bit shocking at first
We find out why these Ducatisti love their red Italian machines
Labor Day is usually a time for people to kick back, relax, and take some time off without thinking about, well, labor. Such a holiday also means fewer drivers out on the road-which is exactly what riders want.To capitalize on
Even short guys want big bikes, too
Big bikes are called such not just because of their large displacement, but because they're physically, um... big. This size doesn't bode well for us Filipinos, as many motorcycles out there are built for riders with the "average height" that
Lynn Sanchez was part of a group of Pinoy riders who conquered Northern Vietnam’s mountain roads
Few things nowadays immediately evoke raw freedom and adventure. Traveling through a foreign country with nothing but a motorcycle, the gear on your saddle, and a group of close friends? That definitely counts as one of those things.From February 19 to
We salute the lady riders out there in celebration of International Women’s Day
It was a little after six in the morning on Sunday, March 3. Out of the blue, a sound like rolling thunder punctuated the droning of cars passing along South Luzon Expressway (SLEX). Massive Ducatis rolled into Shell SLEX-Multistradas, Scramblers, Monsters,
First Filipino-owned motorcycle racing team to compete in Malaysia this month
Starting this month, you'll probably be seeing the names of the Alberto brothers in motorsports headlines. That's because TJ and younger brother Troy are racing for the first time in two different categories of the Asia Road Racing Championship (ARRC)
Cold air, winding roads, and spectacular views
Anyone who's been to Sagada will tell you that the place is pure magic. Not just Sagada per se, but the entire route headed there, too-the cold air, the winding roads, the spectacular view.Simply put, the journey to Sagada
It’s the Italian brand’s first pedal-assist enduro mountain bike
Back in November, when Ducati unveiled its 2019 range, an unassuming model sat among the more powerful two-wheelers on display. It was an e-bike, but not of the Harley-Davidson LiveWire or Kymco SuperNEX variety. Rather, the MIG-RR is
It would make sharing the road a lot easier
In a country like ours where everyone is in a rush to get ahead, it can be really difficult to share the road. Ducati, in partnership with Ford and Audi, is attempting to address that problem through technology.At the 2019 Consumer
Italian on the wrist
Watches brandishing carmaker logos are nothing new. But there are options out there as well if you prefer tw0-wheelers. If you fancy having a bit of Italian flair on your wrist that shows off your inner rider, these new timepieces will
It’s a sign of the growing big-bike market
Are we witnessing a shift of balance of power from Manila to Mindanao? We are not suggesting anything political-that's certainly off-limits to us motorcycle journalists. But rather, we are referring to the increasing demand for big bikes-particularly from
Only 12 seasoned racers were invited to the exclusive test ride in Spain
Remember the classic hit 'Some Guys Have All the Luck,' popularized by Rod Stewart in the '80s? Every time I see the photos of superbike racer TJ Alberto charging through the fast corners of Circuito de Jerez-Ángel Nieto on board the
He’s set to join other riders in the Ducati Panigale V4 Experience at Clark
Have you personally met a former champion of the World Superbike Championship (WSBK)? Well, here's your chance to rub elbows with one. Even better, you might be able to ride with him and other WSBK racers for some hot laps on
Spanish rider is ready for his farewell ride with the Italian stallion in Valencia
We're used to seeing him in racing leathers, but five-time world champion Jorge Lorenzo showed up at the Shell Advance VIP suite of the Sepang International Circuit clad in worn jeans, red Alpine Stars running shoes, and a Ducati shirt
Global war, economic recession decided their fate
Almost all the motorcycle companies we know today are on the bleeding edge of performance and technology, pushing the envelope of what's possible to be even just a millisecond faster, a millimeter better. But of course, as with all greats, everyone
Pinoy racer TJ Alberto joins MotoGP stars in ‘Lap of Honor’
Pinoy riders are again leaving an indelible mark on international motorcycle events.Last weekend, a group of Pinoys found themselves in Italy either as a lone country representative in a grand parade of motorcycle racing legends, or with a throng of staunch
TJ Alberto is now raking in championship points
Timothy Joseph 'TJ' Cua Alberto is currently one of fast rising stars of Philippine motorsports. In the three years since he switched from motorcross to superbike racing, TJ has already bagged several championship titles in the Philippine superbike series. And it turned
And we thought supercars were cool
Earlier this week we showed you-nay, warned you-that the police now have a Nissan GT-R. The police in Japan, admittedly, but it's a car so outrageously fast, it could quite easily reach miscreants on other continents before they'
Now that's what we call pogi points
The ambience at the Bonifacio Global City in Taguig was heavy with an Italian assault on the senses: The throaty roar and growl of motorcycle engines, smell of high-octane fuel, and sight of a veritable army of Ducatisti with their machines.
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