Ducati builds emotions. The world's most attractive motorcycles are the result of a deep commitment to racing competitions; they are the purest expression of refined skill, unmistakable design and above all, a great passion for bikes. Ducati is proud to represent Italian industry - the essence of Italian style shows through the design of each bike. Sinuous, seductive and flexible lines with a permanent, timeless quality that sets an unsurpassable standard. Ducati Bikes – in over 60 nations throughout the world these models dominate the dreams of the most ardent motorcycle enthusiasts. The Desmodromic valve control system, the steel tubular Trellis frame, the L-Twin engine and the unmistakable sound of the power unit – these are the distinguishing features that underline the uniqueness of a Ducati. The list of our bikes' victories is proof of the value of our working philosophy: in the World Superbike Championship, Ducati has won 15 out of the last 18 Riders’ titles and 16 Manufacturers’ titles, while in the 2007 MotoGP championship – less than four years after Ducati’s debut in the series – our Desmosedici GP7 topped the world Riders and Manufacturers’ rankings. The bond that, starting from the racetracks, ties Ducatisti the world over to the factory itself overcomes all barriers and is expressed by the Desmo Owners Clubs. The DOCs are in fact like a clan, linked by their allegiance to the Ducati flag. Ducatisti meet up at racetracks and events, at the World Ducati Week and also on Ducati.com, which is visited by over 12 million fans each year. The story of the Ducati dream, which began in Bologna in 1926, is recounted at the Ducati Museum. Here the stories of legendary bikes and riders are told and a pure passion for performance and excellence permeates the air. A passion that travels fast, opening new roads and creating history.
The Scrambler was primarily intended for the American market. It underwent continual modification until 1968, when the true Scramblers with "wide-casing" engines were brought out, first in the 250 and 350 versions and then, in 1969, the 450. The Scrambler series included a few bikes with Desmo cylinder heads and was subjected to continual technical adjustment right up until 1974, when production was halted. The reasons for the Scrambler's commercial success were manifold. It had an excellent frame (it was even used for track racing, which is probably unprecedented in motorbike history) and an engine perfectly suited for its function. It was not the fastest bike of its day, but its general performance and absolutely centered riding position, made it one of the most delightful machines of the era. It was, moreover, extremely stylish: rounded lines, simultaneously classical and modern, and bright colors contrasting with the black running gear and chrome gas tank. By and large, the Scrambler was considered a balance between American and European schools of motorcycling. It was an extremely fashionable bike, and remains popular today.
Since 1959 to today Italjet has developed more than 150 different innovated models of motorcycles and motorbikes designed with an entrepreneurial enthusiasm that remained unchanged from the foundation to the third generation currently working to strengthen the national and international image of the company. The same property united and led for over forty years by the family Tartarini, consistent in giving continuity and development to its innovative philosophy that today characterizes loud and clear, the company and the brand Italjet in Italy and in the world. The result of this philosophy is simple: innovate, anticipate the tastes and fashions, to stay ahead, one step ahead of others.
The name you can trust - Peugeot. A European manufacturer with more than a hundred years of experience in the 2-wheel segment. Well known for its unbeatable quality, performance, cutting edge design, durability, minimal environmental impact and importantly, value for money. The Peugeot range offers 125cc scooters, 200cc scooters, 3-wheel trikes to name but a few combinations, in a huge array of colors and special editions to appeal to any taste.
Zero Motorcycles is the next step in motorcycle evolution. By combining the best aspects of a traditional motorcycle with today’s most advanced technology, Zero produces high performance electric motorcycles that are lightweight, efficient, fast off the line and fun to ride. Each motorcycle is optimized from the ground up to leverage the revolutionary Z-Force™ electric powertrain and uses a specially designed rigid, aircraft-grade aluminum frame to minimize weight.