The Italian manufacturer will start selling parts from their MotoGP and World Superbike racing machines. Ducati reveals the Memorabilia project.
Fans of motorcycle racing will go the extra mile to secure a special memory of their heroes. Helmets, gloves, boots, or even the rider knee sliders are the most searched collector’s items. But Ducati wants to take our collector fever one step further.
The Italian manufacturer will start selling used parts taken from their MotoGP and World Superbike racing machines. The Borgo Panigale based brand announces the Ducati Memorabilia project.
The first batch of Ducati Memorabilia hits the stores in December. In this first batch, there are parts of crankshafts, connecting rods, cams, and pistons.
Each item comes on a plexiglass box and delivered with a signed certificate of authenticity. Claudio Domenicali and Gigi Dall’Igna will guarantee that each item is real.
Ducati Memorabilia item gets technical insight and the story of the bike in which it was used, the season, and the rider that rode that specific bike.
The first items of the Ducati Memorabilia project can be purchased at the Ducati Store in Borgo Panigale. By early 2020 other Ducati dealerships around the world will also be selling racing memorabilia. And you’ll also be able to buy them at www.ducati.com .
Limited availability! So don’t miss your chance to get your hands on special Ducati Corse racing parts.