Ducati opened its new museum in Borgo Panigale, Bologna, Italy over the weekend in conjunction with its 90th-anniversary celebrations. The event was graced by Italian premier Matteo Renzi along with Ducati's CEO Claudio Domenicali.
The new museum of Ducati has 44 motorcycles from the company's history on display which includes 26 race bikes and 18 road bikes. Each of these machines symbolising a milestone in the Italian company's design, engineering or racing success.
Taking the centre stage at the museum is the iconic Ducati 916, the machine which signifies Ducati's rebirth in the modern sports biking era. The 916 is complemented with the display of work on design and styling exercises by Massimo Tamburini, who is known for some of the today's most iconic motorcycle designs.
On the occasion of the event, Claudio Domenicali, CEO of Ducati said that the renovation of the museum is a very significant and important event for the company and for all those Ducati fans around the world.
He also said that the reason for the renovation of the museum was to show the tangible sign of vitality and the strength of Ducati which is celebrating its 90th-anniversary and is looking forward to the future.
Ducati museum in Italy commemorating its 90th anniversary.