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2014 Ducati Hypermotard SP Review + Video

By Troy Siahaan
Around the MO offices, we’re filled with excitement and restraint whenever a motorcycle with “motard” in its name enters our graces. This is especially true when we took delivery of the $14,995 Ducati Hypermotard SP. With its high ground clearance, light weight, abundance of power, and dirtbike-like agility, we were anxious to rip [...]

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2014 Ducati Monster 1200S First Ride

By: Justin Dawes
In 2013 Ducati redesigned the Hypermotard and inserted the Testastretta 11 engine inside its trellis frame, much to the dismay of some Hyper purists. This left only the everyman’s Ducati, the Monster, with an air-cooled Twin, but it was obvious to anyone paying attention to the development of recent offerings from the Italian [...]

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2014 Super-Middleweight Sportbike Shootout – Video

Ducati 899 Panigale vs. MV Agusta F3 800 vs. Suzuki GSX-R750

By Troy Siahaan
Photos by: Evans Brasfield Video by: Andy Vu
When racing organizations around the world ushered the end of the 750cc superbike era circa 2003 by allowing 1000cc four-cylinders to compete, it wasn’t long before almost every OEM dropped 750cc sportbikes from their lineups, [...]

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Ducati 899 Panigale Premiere & Grand Re-Modeling Party

Join us at the dealership as we celebrate the release of a brand new model, the 2014 Ducati 899 Panigale, and the grand re-opening of our new Ducati showroom!
We will have food, music, and prizes!
Party is from 6pm to 8pm. Everyone is welcome, bring your friends!

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Ducati 1199 Panigale R review: Totally awesome, Duke.

“AWESOME”. That was how a lad of around 17 described Ducati’s Panigale R soon after I parked up on Brighton seafront.
It’s a superlative that has crept across the Atlantic and become increasingly overused here – especially by teenage boys – but in this case, it’s entirely apt.
This is a machine which truly inspires awe.
It looks [...]

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Euro Cycles of Tampa Bay Is Your Pre-Owned Ducati Superbike Headquarters!

Check out our latest feature on our great selection of pre-owned Ducati superbikes!
Here at Euro Cycles of Tampa Bay located at 8509 Gunn Highway located in Odessa, Florida 33556 PH: 813-926-9937 Web: www.EuroCyclesOfTampaBay.com

*SOLD* 2003 Ducati 999S *SOLD*
2008 Ducati 1098
2007 Ducati 1098S Tricolore
*SOLD* 2010 Ducati 1198S Corse Special Edition *SOLD*
2012 Ducati 1199S Panigale Tricolore

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The First Annual Customer Appreciation Nova Scotia Ride

By: Aaron S.
As I sit here enjoying the train ride home after a fantastic two week ride through the north east and Nova Scotia, I find myself reflecting on my first guided trip from Euro Cycles of Tampa Bay.
How did this whole thing start?
Prior to taking ownership of Euro Cycles of Tampa Bay, I [...]

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2013 Ducati Hyperstrada Review – RideApart

By Sean MacDonald

A few weeks ago, I wrote about how the all-new Ducati Hypermotard SP (an upgraded version of the new Ducati Hypermotard) became my favorite bike. My only problem with it was taking it out of its element and trying to do long stints on the freeway. The new Ducati Hyperstrada is aimed at [...]

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10 Things They Never Told You About Becoming A Biker

…Continued from the newsletter…
3. Say Goodbye To A and B
Before you had a motorcycle, you always tried to find the quickest and most direct way to get around. In a car or truck, it was efficient and practical to do so. Now that you have a bike, you’ll be willing to go 100 miles out [...]

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10 Common Motorcycle Accidents And How To Avoid Them

CONTINUED…from the newsletter.
You Entered A Corner Too Fast
And now it’s unexpectedly tightening and you’re just not going to make it around. Oh no.
How To Avoid It: Don’t be a dummy. Only ride as fast as you can see and use visual clues like telephone polls and signs to judge a road’s direction, even if [...]

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Learning The Art of the Ride

…Continued from the Newsletter
Jeff advised that I should stay at the Creekside Lodge on Lake Martin on the way up, which was an excellent call, as it is a fantastic place with an awesome restaurant right next door.  After 10 hours of riding with nothing but fuel stops, I was ready to eat and go [...]

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