World Ducati Week 2002

Brent Avis
by Brent Avis
From a Ducati USA press release:
Ducati Week 2002 have already been received.Ducati and Mototouring (a motorcycle vacation and rental agency) are offering 130 rental bikes to allow Ducati enthusiasts arriving from 40 countries to travel by bike to Misano Adriatico, (that's in Italy, in case you haven't guessed -- Minime) from June 14-20.Radio DeeJay will be present at the event promising us fun and excitement.

With the occasion of World Ducati Week 2002, the "Rent a Bike" initiative will be launched to allow even those arriving from distant lands such as Australia, Japan or the United States to experience the meeting seated on a Ducati. Mototouring will manage the 130 motorcycles made available by the Borgo Panigale manufacturer, which can be picked up in Milan or at company headquarters in Bologna.

Radio DeeJay has enthusiastically confirmed its participation in WDW 2002. The station has just celebrated its 20th birthday, and will offer entertainment, music and fun from inside the Santa Monica circuit, with outstanding guests...

WDW will be about recreation and fun, but also culture, history and remembering.What better time to commemorate Fabio Taglioni, if not one that brings together thousands of Ducati enthusiasts from the world over.

A parade is scheduled for Sunday, 16 June, to start from the circuit and end in Lugo di Romagna, the engineer's birthplace, to pay homage to the legendary "Doctor T" (1920/2001), father of the exclusive feature of all Ducati motorcycles: the Desmo.

Beginning February 1st 2002 it is possible to register for WDW via the web site, which is the simplest and fastest alternative, or by contacting the Organizing Committee (Phone: +39/ 051/6413583; Fax +39/051/6413268) email: [email protected]

All information is also available at Ducati Stores and from Ducati dealers.Discounts are available to D.O.C. Silver Card holders, and Motogiro participants.


For more information, contact Mototouring (phone +390227201556).

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