This Ducati 999 is an absolute GEM! this bike will not sit around. To answer your next questions YES it does sound as good as it looks. Come on down and get your self an amazing Italian bike that wont empty your bank. All bikes come with a guaranteed clear title. Roadworthy and warranty are available. All motorcycles are ready to ride out the door. Trade ins welcome, finance and insurance can be arranged on request. Call Spot On Motorcycles and ask to speak to one of our salesman. All prices negotiable. Spot On Motorcycles has been located at 423 Elizabeth Street for over 40 years and stock a huge range of motorcycles. (03) 9329 8222 firstname.lastname@example.org
Good running bike, perfect for all round use. Plenty of power and sounds great with the Termignoni pipes. Oggy Knobs on Front and Rear Axle. Freshly serviced with all Fluids. Ducati 796 Body work/colours. Bar end mirrors.
03/08 complied Ducati Monster S4R fitted with Termignoni pipes. Photographs shown represent part of the description. Our Opening Hours are Monday - Friday 8:30am - 5:00pm. Saturday 8:30am - 4:00pm. You’ll find us located in Newcastle NSW, 120km north of Sydney. Please contact us to arrange inspection by appointment. We offer Competitive Finance, Insurance, and Freight Australia wide and all of our pre-owned motorcycles are subjected to a thorough 37 point inspection by a technician from our service department. WE ARE A MARKET COMPETITIVE DEALERSHIP, OUR STOCK IS PRICED ACCORDINGLY. IF YOU THINK WE ARE WRONG PLEASE TELL US! Give us the opportunity & we'll try our hardest to get you on your dream bike!
If you need a motorcycle that does everything this 2007 Ducati Multistrada 1100 with luggage is the bike for you. Having the option of have the luggage on the motorcycle is a huge advantage so if you want to go touring you have storage but if you want to cruze to St Kilda and turn heads you can without worrying about filtering luggage. Dont miss out come down and check it out for your self. If you need a motorcycle that does everything this 2007 Ducati Multistrada 1100 with luggage is the bike for you. Having the option of have the luggage on the motorcycle is a huge advantage so if you want to go touring you have storage but if you want to cruze to St Kilda and turn heads you can without worrying about filtering luggage. Dont miss out come down and check it out for your self.
This Ducati Monster is a great commuter, perfect to ride everyday and can get you where you need to go quickly and efficiently. It also packs enough power to make it an easy ride on long weekend trips and can handle long distances with ease. It's in amazing condition for its age and has low kms so it's been well maintained and very well kept by an experienced rider. A must to inspect at this price point.
XTR PEPO is a world renowned custom bike builder in Madrid, Spain. Owned and operated by Pepo Rosell, Pepo was best known for his spectacular Ducati creations marked under the Radical Ducati brand. Flying Podenco Build Specifications -Donor bike : Ducati 860 GT 1974 -Triumph Daytona 955 forks -Triumph Sprint modified yokes -XTR fiber glass front mudguard -OEM Brembo front rotors -Beringuer CNC machined front brake calipers with XTR hand made Dural holder -Frentubo brake lines -Beringuer CNC machined front brake pump -Ducati 860 modified frame -XTR front bracket -Veglia race “White face” rev counter -XTR endurance front fairing and windshield -H7 front light and XTR hand made bracket -Ducati Imola glass fiber fuel tank -Yamaha TZ modified fiber glass solo seat. -XTR Neopreno high density seat -XTR Led rear lights -Rolling rear schocks -XTR allumium race footrests -Ergal XTR clip ons -Domino quick open gas throtel -Ducati Darmah 900 engine : Desmo, worked intakes and exhaust ducts. High compression pistons, Crankshaft lightened and equilibrated - Kick start only. -Dell’Orto PHM 40 carburators -Allumium race air filters -SuperMario two in one exhaust sytem with megaphone -XTR lightened and vented rear drum brake -Akront 18 inches allumium rims -Continental Endurance Conti Attack tyres -Tsubaki gold chain -XTR ergal CNC machined and lightened rear chain sprocket
Following on from the historic success of Ducati’s iconic 916, in 1999 Ducati increased the Desmoquattro engine to 996cc and for WSB Homologation, produced 500SPS models. While the Strada & Biposto models received negligible upgrades, the SPS got plenty of fruit; a more powerful engine that weighed less than the 916 thanks titanium internals & larger 98mm pistons, larger valves, a stronger crankshaft and the stronger 916SPS crankcases machined to accept the larger barrels. The peaky 916 cam profile was modified to delivery more torque at less revs; the 916SPS produced 83.5 kW (112.0 hp) whereas the 996SPS made 92.4 kW (123.9 hp). Other improvement were a revised air intake system, larger air with two fuel injectors per cylinder. A new airbox and a larger exhaust system, and lots of oem carbon accessories. In addition to engine upgrades, the SPS frame was also improved, and it received lighter, stronger wheels and improved Brembo Goldline calipers, and stronger discs & brake pads compared to the 916. While the suspension system was still the same Showa design, both front and back were now fully adjustable for damping and preload. The 996SPS presented here is an Australian delivered model that has a Foggy decal kit fitted. Pics show before and after having the graphics fitted, so if preferred this can be returned easily to oem appearance without any concern to paint. The current owner purchased this bike in 2000 and at that time it had zero k’s as it had been on permanent display in a Gold Coast Club. All the owner handbooks, service manual have been retained, along with the original marketing brochure. A definite collectible that will increase in value yearly. First to see will buy!!
1974 Ducati 750 Supersport In the world of collectible motorcycles, no manufacturer can equal the broad-based desire of Ducati. If a list was compiled of every bike in every collection around the globe, it would come as no surprise to see Ducati as the most dominate marque, and there is no model more sought-after than the 1974 750 Supersport, better known as the Greenframe. Whilst there are many other bikes that are far rarer, and command much higher values, the Greenframe has become the ultimate trophy – no collection is considered complete if there is a Greenframe missing. The world’s obsession with Greenframes has driven their values beyond the reach of most enthusiasts and planted them firmly into the world of Van Gogh, Monet, and other examples of irreplaceable collectibles; owners of Greenframes are but Custodians. Sadly many Greenframes are hidden away like pieces of valuable art, but for the true enthusiast, owning an asset that has out-performed almost every form of investment on earth runs a distant second place to the joy and exhilaration of riding one through the hills and byways – there is no other sound like that of bevel Ducati. This particular example was sold by Raidermoto.com in 2011 and although started regularly and ridden sparingly, it has predominantly sat in a motorcycle museum in far north Queensland. The bike’s history is known back to 1977, when it was owned by a Rex Neal of Bayswater WA up until 1998, when it was sold to a Warren Crittle of Wellington NSW. It was stored from 1998 until 2005 and then purchased by a regular client of ours, Stephen McFarlane. Over the following two year it was restored and ridden regularly until we sold it to the present owner in 2011. The bike is sold with a comprehensive file of documents and receipts, including references to the engine being examined in 1978 when it received a new factory supplied big-end assembly, and it has travelled only 16,000 since that overhaul. During the 05/06 restoration all bolts, nuts and spokes were replaced with stainless steel variants, it also received a new steering lock and is fitted with a NOS oil cooler from the factory racing kit. Arthur Davis of Desmo HQ (Byron Bay) stripped the engine and gave the entire motor & gearbox a refresh; invoices are on hand for that work. The previous owner registered the bike in NSW for approximately one year and did circa 6000km. At the time of selling in 2011 it had travelled only 23,482k’s, and today it has only 23,519k’s on the odometer. The previous owner changed the oil every 1000kms, but given it has done less than 40k’s since 2011 the bike will undergo a full service and carby synchronised before selling. 1974 Ducati 750 Supersport – AKA Greenframe For further information, more photos shipping, price or provenance inquiry, please feel welcome to contact RaiderMoto.com during office hours on +61 2 66512405, cell +61 423 559656, email email@example.com, or find us on Facebook RaiderMoto.com
The Ducati 750F1 was released in 1985 and its style and appearance was a major departure from what Ducati was producing in the years earlier; it became the first representation of how Ducati’s would look in the years ahead. It was a brave time for Ducati, as they introduced many avant-garde innovations. The F1 was the first production Ducati to use the minimalistic Verlicchi frame, mono-shock rear suspension, fully floating disc brakes front and rear, an alloy fuel tank, a remote oil cooler, and the first ever Ducati to use a two into one exhaust system. It was also the most expensive production Ducati model ever produced, costing in excess of $10,000 AUD in 1985! To real riders the F1 was hugely desirable, but cost prohibitive. For the everyday rider it was too spartan, too narrow, and too small if you were any more than 180cm tall – it was a racer’s racer!! Today the F1 is highly desirable amongst collectors and true Ducatisti who acknowledge the F1 as the defining model that ushered in the future direction of Ducati. This particular example is Australian delivered and for the past few years been part of a small Ducati collection in Brisbane, Queensland. The bike presents in very original condition, with correct patina and relatively low k’s (18,674). It has a couple of small marks on the R/H lower side-fairing, repair of which is included in the price, or if preferred, the buyer can have as-is for a reduced purchase price. In preparing for sale the bike has undergone a full service, belts, filters and fluids, and is ready to ride away on Qld registration. To see hi-res images of this bike click here https://photos.app.goo.gl/qpMvNmgW4McWVhqh2
In the Ducati Sport Production 'department' two models were available in 1992: the 851 SP4 and the 888 Sport Production Special (SPS). The 888 SPS was the ultimate racer, available in 1992 with larger valves, higher valve lift, racing cooling system and carbon fibre Termignoni exhausts. The 888 SPS was almost an 888 Corsa racing bike with lights and mirrors. Ducati won the 1992 Superbike Championship with Doug Polen, but a new talent was recruited, Carl Fogarty who joined the Ducati factory Corse team towards the end of 1992. For 1993 Ducati was preparing for a move that would change the company forever; Fogarty, working together with Massimo Tamburini, the factory developed a completely new bike for 1993 as it would be the final year for the 851 - 888 Strada range. Although aesthetically the same as the 1992 Strada, the engine displaced the extra 37cc, but the final Sport Production model, the 888 SP5, was mostly based on the 888 SPS and received its high performance engine, but with the SP4 cooling system, Showa front forks and bronze Brembo wheels. Both the 888 SPS and SP5 are extremely rare and among the best machines money could buy in their day. In the realm of WSB Homologation bikes, you don’t get much better than the Ducati 888 SP5. This beautiful machine was supplied new in the UK and travelled less than 3,000 miles from new. Formally owned by renowned Ducatisti, Jack Gratton, this is number 48 of the five hundred SP5's built for WSB homologation purposes. The bike has been on permanent display since 2007 and in preparation for selling Raidermoto.com has given it a full service, new belts, battery, filters, and fluids. Supplied with its UK V5C registration and old MoT test certificates documents, this is a rare opportunity to own a Ducati made famous by one of World Superbike’s superstars, Carl Fogarty. To see hi-res images & video of this bike click the link below. https://photos.app.goo.gl/qpMvNmgW4McWVhqh2
The 1976 900 Supersport is considered the first true “production” 900SS. Fitted with left-side gear lever and turn signals, it was the first Supersport that was sold in genuine international road-legal specification. The fuel tank became steel (fiberglass was illegal in the UK and had been banned in the U.S.), and to meet noise and emission requirements the 76’s Dell Orto’s were reduced from 40mm to 32mmm, making the bike infinitely smoother and more rider friendly down low, and the racing ram-tubes were replaced with air cleaners. Lafranconi mufflers replaced the Conti’s, and the engine was vented into a plastic moulded catch tank under the seat. While all this pleased the authorities and cardigan's of the world, keeping true to their race-orientated marketing philosophy, each 76 was sold with a set of Conti mufflers and 40mm carbs & racing stacks, which instantly returned the 76 to race-status. This example is an Australian delivered variant that was restored several years ago and ridden sparingly, but regularly. It had NSW full rego until Nov 2017, and presents in excellent condition. The engine starts easily, sounds strong and requires nothing to be spent. Click the link below to see hi-res pics 1976 Ducati 900SS For further information, more photos shipping, price or provenance inquiry, please feel welcome to contact RaiderMoto.com during office hours on +61 2 66512405, cell +61 423 559656, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or find us on Facebook RaiderMoto.com
The Ducati 748 was built from 1994-2002 and sold in 3 build specs; E, S, and R (WSS factory racers identified as SP or SPS). The E was a biposto, the S a base model with upgraded components, but the R was a monoposto only homologation special for WSS (World SuperSport) racing. Under WSS rules, manufacturers had to race what they sold, so the 748R was fitted with everything the factory team wanted to contest the WSS Championship. Those special bits included the frame, engine, suspension, airbox, and slipper clutch. The 748R has a much different engine than the base or S, 106hp thanks to high-lift cams, titanium connecting rods and valves, and fuel injectors centred in the 54 mm intake stacks. The frame was lightened and altered to accommodate the larger carbon fibre airbox, suspension uprated to fully adjustable 43mm Öhlins up front, and Öhlins 2-way rear shock, and cast Marchesini 5 spoke wheels. When released the 748's were reviewed as diminutive knife-sharp handlers, and though the -S was said to be better for the road than the 996, the 748R may be better suited to the track. This example is # 253 of the 1000 built, and presents in lovely almost original condition with only 5,600k’s use from new. Non-oem changes amount to Ducati Performance carbon chain guard, clutch cover, inlet snorkels, and DPO clutch. The original snorkels are to be replaced before selling, and the oem clutch cover is supplied in the sale. Verified by Ducati Bologna as being a genuine R, the bike has been fully serviced including belts & clearances, and has 12mths NSW registration.
1974 Ducati 750 GT After the iconic Ducati 750 Supersport (aka Greenframe) the next most sought-after round-case is the 1974 Sport, then the 750 GT. While today a Supersport commands up to 300kAUD, Sports are nearing 100k AUD, which makes the GT’s exceptional value given they are basically the same bike (Sport). Today (2017), the highest recorded sale of a 750 GT is circa 48kAUD, which suggests the GT has some catching up to do. This particular 750 GT is truly spectacular, having undergone a complete restoration to a very high standard in 1998. Awarded “Best Bevel Drive Ducati” at the Festival of Italian Motorcycles in Victoria, 2006 and 2008, this is arguably one of the best examples in Australia. Meticulously maintained by the current owner since 2006, this bike was previously owned & restored by well-known Tasmanian bevel enthusiast, Patrick Haar, during the 1990’s. The bike comes with its factory original Ducati owners handbook from the 1970’s and still presents beautifully. Currently on Victorian club registration and previously fully registered in Victoria. Restoration details: Smith’s Instruments rebuilt Scarab Master Cylinder Lucas Rita Electronic Ignition Borrani Rims with stainless spokes Two Pac paint work Dellorto 30mm Carburettors Twin disk Brembo front discs Twin Scarab Brake callipers Original Conti mufflers Original Aprilia switches Marzocchi forks Marzocchi rear shocks Aprilia “3” Greyhound headlight lens Twin original horns PVL Coils – Road and Race Oil filter (Bignell Engineering Re usable Alloy Fitment) Original Tomasselli 2c throttle assembly (original spare include) Tomasselli grips New battery . Motor Rebuild Details: Motor rebuilt - covered 19,000km since 1998 New main, bevel and gearbox bearings VeeTwo - Cylinder heads converted to unleaded fuel VeeTwo - Crank rebuilt and balanced with larger crankpins VeeTwo receipts included New oil pump New pistons and rings Click the link below to review a selection of high-res pics.
This naked Ducati has all the power and handling of a championship sports bike. The Tricolore models from Ducati are highly sought after and only produced in limited qualities, with this S4RS being no exception and one of only a very limited quality ever made. It’s sporting a liquid-cooled, 4-valve per cylinder, 998 Testastretta L-Twin engine which puts out a massive 130hp and 76.6 lb-ft of brute torque. Paired with cutting-edge electronic engine control technology it can really get your blood pumping. It also features fully adjustable Ohlins suspension front and rear, super lightweight Y-shaped 5-spoke wheels ensure outstanding handling, 320mm Brembo twin discs on the front and ultra-light carbon fibre has been employed for the silencer cover, exhaust heat guard, front mudguard, radiator covers and cam belt covers. This particular model has been fitted with colour matching red grips, mirrors, levers and more for an individual touch, a unique wrapped exhaust system with a Termignoni muffler, a streamlined tail tidy, a whole host of sporty decals and a very unique ‘Silent’ plate. An incredible machine that is guaranteed not to disappoint in any aspect, a must see!
08/17 complied Ducati Multistrada 1200 S Touring. Photographs shown represent part of the description. Our Opening Hours are Monday - Friday 8:30am - 5:00pm. Saturday 8:30am - 4:00pm. You’ll find us located in Newcastle NSW, 120km north of Sydney. Please contact us to arrange inspection by appointment. We offer Competitive Finance, Insurance, and Freight Australia wide and all of our pre-owned motorcycles are subjected to a thorough 37 point inspection by a technician from our service department. WE ARE A MARKET COMPETITIVE DEALERSHIP, OUR STOCK IS PRICED ACCORDINGLY. IF YOU THINK WE ARE WRONG PLEASE TELL US! Give us the opportunity & we'll try our hardest to get you on your dream bike!