Book Review – The Complete Book of Ducati Motorcycles

Hello fellow revheads,

We have just had a wonderful book review come in from Old Bike Australasian Magazine.

They have been kind enough to review one of our products and place it in their upcoming issue.You can find the document with our book that has been reviewed as well as a couple of other books right here – OB71 Eyes Right V2

The Complete Book of Ducati Motorcycles Ever Model Since 1946 written by Ian Falloon is available from our online website – Just click on the link and it will take you straight to the books purchase page.

Here is the wonderful review from Old Bike Australasian Magazine:

The Complete Book of Ducati Motorcycles – Every model since 1946 By Ian Falloon.
Large format hard cover 256 pages.
Published by Motorbooks
ISBN: 978-0-7603-5022-5
Available from Pitstop Bookshop Order Code 38345
RRP: $69.99
From midgets to Monsters, this book covers every product from the Bologna factory in the past 90 years, in chronological order. It also deals with the highs and the lows of the famous company, of which there have been many. More than once Ducati survived by the skin of its teeth, the nadir being the period of state ownership in the late ‘seventies that all-but finished it off. But with the brilliance of designs like Tamborini’s ageless 916 and even the era of Cagiva ownership and influence, Ducati has flourished to today represent one of the world’s most recognisable and prestigious brands, a fact not lost on current owners VW/Audi. As with all Ian Falloon’s books, this one is profusely illustrated and meticulously researched, and presented in such a way that it is a colourful and seamless trip through time. A must-have for the Ducati aficionado and the casual enthusiast alike.


A wonderful review from the great team at . Thank you so much.

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