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Discussion in 'Old's Cool' started by jehu, Nov 7, 2009.
"The Ducati 175 Sport was born out of an act of rudeness, which later turned out to be a blessing in disguise. What happened was that engineer Fabio Taglioni (1920-2001) was not invited to the party celebrating the victory of his Mondial 175 and Tarquinio Provini at the 1954 Motogiro.
Offended, Taglioni left the team and his job without a shred of explanation, and joined Ducati on May 1st of the same year. The Bologna-based motorcycle company was facing a grave crisis at the time, but Taglioni stayed for forty years, designing over one thousand models and fostering amazing technological innovations for the brand."
Lots of Italian Singles being ridden!
My Benelli Dynamo Compact, at the True Grits 50cc Rally.
Well 2 out of 3 are singles.
1963 250 Scrambler ,1969 450 Scrambler road race bike and 1975 860 GT cafe racer.
All mine , all Ducati.
Another Tonti masterpiece.
11000 rpm, 167kph, 70cc. Fook!
Made in Pesaro, Italy.
I could look at that all day.
It looks to me as if the carb' on that yellow Ducati isn't attached to the air filter (that circular chrome thing).
Aero Caprioni Capriolo, OH face cam 75 cc.
I'm pretty sure I've seen that bike on one of the "custom" bike websites before. Image before function.