Ducati 750 Imola
|Ducati 750 IMOLA|
4-stroke, V twin cylinder configuration Longitudinally-cut crankcase, heads on blocks in light alloy; cast-iron liner
|Bore / Stroke||78.7mm x 78.7mm|
|Horsepower||81.94 HP (61.1 KW) @ 9000RPM|
|Transmission||Gear box: Gears
Final Drive: Chain
|Suspension||Front: Marzocchi telescopic hydraulic front forks with raked pins
Rear: Swinging-arm rear suspension with two Ceriani 310-mm shocks
|Brakes||Front: Double dsic 280 mm with Lockheed calipers
Rear: SIngle disc with Lockheed calipers
|Front Tire||100/90 V18|
|Rear Tire||120/90 V18|
|Wheelbase||60.2 inches (1529 mm)|
|Length||79.41 inches (2017 mm)|
|Weight||181.0 kg (wet)|
The Ducati 750 IMOLA was a 4-stroke, V twin cylinder configuration Longitudinally-cut crankcase, heads on blocks in light alloy; cast-iron liner Sport Bike motorcycle produced by Ducati in 1973. Claimed horsepower was 81.94 HP (61.1 KW) @ 9000 RPM.
The bike has a Gears transmission. Power was moderated via the Wet Multi-plate.
It came with a 100/90 V18 front tire and a 120/90 V18 rear tire. Stopping was achieved via Double dsic 280 mm with Lockheed calipers in the front and a SIngle disc with Lockheed calipers in the rear. The front suspension was a Marzocchi telescopic hydraulic front forks with raked pins while the rear was equipped with a Swinging-arm rear suspension with two Ceriani 310-mm shocks. The wheelbase was 60.2 inches (1529 mm) long.
1973 Ducati 750 IMOLA
The Ducati 750 Imola is one of the most famous bikes in the world. It is best known, and, of course named for, its victory with Paul Smart and Bruno Spaggiari in the "200 Mile race" at Imola in 1972 - one of the most spectacular in racing history.