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 In 1926 the Ducati brothers founded an electrical business in a Bologna suburb.

Their motorcycle breakthrough  came in 1946. The Cucciolo (meaning “Puppy” in English) was no more than 48cc four stroke engine bolted to a bicycle frame. But Italy loved it and a motorcycle dynasty was born. By the 5o’s Ducati was building even more ambitious bikes – first was the 98cc ohv single, the “Marianna”- and later race models developed by engineer Fabio Tagliani, the father of the Desmodromic System.

Names like Smart, Hailwood became synonymous with spectacular speed records and championships like the 200 miles of Imola and isle on Man, tha lastest World Superbike and the return in the MotoGP races series became indelibly linked with Ducati.

Mymotorland will make you discover the story of men and machined that have raised the poulse of enthousiasts everywhere.