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Ducati 750 F1
I’m a sucker for the endurance racer look, especially if twin headlamps are involved. And this is one of the best examples I’ve seen for a long time. It’s owned by Gregory Rathe, and there’s an interesting history behind it. In 1985, Ducati made a replica of its Pantah-based TT racers called the 750 F1. Around 1,500 were made, and won acclaim for their streamlined design and exceptional handling.
This particular machine originally belonged to Lou Saif, the well-regarded restorer of TT2 and TT1 factory race bikes. “Being based in New York City, I’ve had the pleasure of getting to know Lou