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More touring apps to plan your ride

Touring apps for motorcycle riders are flooding the market, each with their own quirks and features. Two new touring apps are Moto Trip Now from American rider Keith Kubarek and Tourstart’s BMW MOA, specifically for BMW riders. Moto Trip Now app Moto Trip Now founder Keith says his app allows the …

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2006 Ducati GT1000 project bike for sale

It’s time to start thinking about the next Motorbike Writer project bike, but first we have to make way in our garage by reluctantly selling the 2006 Ducati GT1000. We have added more than $6000 worth of tasty extras including Blackstone TEK Black Diamond carbon fibre wheels, carbon fibre hugger …

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Bean counter may sell Ducati, say analysts

Financial analysts say the new VW boss is a bean counter who could put Ducati up for sale again to help recoup some of its billion-dollar losses from the diesel emissions scandal. It is yet another round of speculation in the two-and-a-half-year saga of on-again, off-again sales rumours. The ongoing …

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Young adventurer targets world record ride

Henry Crew, 22, only got his motorcycle licence three-and-a-half years ago but is now well into his bid to become the youngest person to ride around the world. Along the way the young Brit will raise money for men’s mental and physical health organisation Movember. The current record is held by …

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Ducati’s online Scrambler Hashtag

In a world first, Ducati will sell a new model called the Scrambler Hashtag online only, not through dealerships. The model is quaintly called the Scrambler Hashtag and is obviously aimed at millennials who are more at home with shopping online than in dealerships. Scrambler Hashtag will be available from …

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Ducati set to recall Brembo bikes

Ducati Australia is set to join the global recall of faulty Brembo front brake master cylinders after confirming it has sent a recall notice to the Department of Infrastructure. It typically takes several days before the official notice is posted and Ducati Australia has not confirmed which bikes are affected. However, …

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Ducati pins hopes on new models

Ducati has recorded its eighth consecutive sales record year, but the growth rate is slowing alarmingly and the brand is pinning its hopes on some new and unique models. In 2017, Ducati recorded just 0.7% increase worldwide from 55,451 to 55,871. Any company would be happy with a positive result in …

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Motorcycle predictions for 2018

While 2017 was a rollercoaster year for motorcycles, our predictions for 2018 are much more positive. But let’s start with a quick recap on the rollercoaster ride in motorcycling during 2017. Good and the bad of 2017 For the first time since the GFC, motorcycle sales were down for three …

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