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Wheelchair friendly Ducati Museums accessible tours.

Wheelchair friendly Ducati Museums accessible tours

Wheelchair friendly Ducati Museums accessible tours Ducati fans, visiting the Italian motorcycle manufacturer’s official museums in Bologna is like coming home.

Ever since the all new facility was opened in 1998, a steady stream of Ducati owners, aspirants, and racing enthusiasts have arrived like pilgrims to pay their respects and soak up the spirit of competition that has made Ducati a legendary name for more than 60 years.

When Ducati opened its wheelchair friendly Ducati Museums accessible tours, the goal was to celebrate the racing heritage and competitive spirit that have driven the company for more than half a century.

But the Ducati Museums is much more than just a collection of historic racing motorcycles.

Wheelchair friendly Ducati Museums accessible tours vividly recreates the Ducati Museums experience through scores of brilliant photographs taken in a special studio set up on site.

In between are bikes ridden by champions Mike Hailwood, Raymond Roche, Carl Fogarty, and Troy Bayliss.

The motorcycles seen here are authentic veterans real race bikes in working order, often rolled straight from the podium to the exhibit.

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