Massimo Tamburini’s 916 has gone on display in the Ducati museum to mark the 25th anniversary of the launch of the game-changing superbike.
The 916 is one of three prototypes used by Tamburini, who passed away in 2014, to develop the bike for Ducati in the early 90s. The machine will be at the museum, which is at the firm’s Bologna factory, until January 15, 2020 and gives an insight into the great man’s work. It costs £17 to visit the museum, or £12 for Ducati owners.
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