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A real gem in the wild: The Ducati MHR 1000.

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Ducati MHR 1000.

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Ducati MHR 1000.


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Ducati MHR 1000.

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Ducati MHR 1000.

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Ducati MHR 1000.

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Each copy of the exclusive series has a badge on the rear bumper.

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Slim and powerful: the open Conti bags.

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Worth seeing: polished aluminum engine cover with Taglioni engraving

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Sedatives: Steering dampers and current tires cure the chassis weaknesses, according to Vogel.

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The stable side stand is an in-house construction that is as inconspicuous as it is useful.

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Shown here: The white dials made from Vogel’s sketch.

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One of the many beautiful details: The vertical shaft covers with sight glass are not an invention of Gerold Vogel, but with Taglioni’s signature they are a real feast for the eyes.

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This sculptural bevel twin just had to be seen in all its glory

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The matching color framework does the rest.

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Also cuts a fine figure from behind: The Ducati MHR 1000.

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Data (Ducati Mike Hailwood Replica 1000)
Engine: air-cooled two-cylinder four-stroke 90-degree V-engine, one overhead camshaft per cylinder, driven by a vertical shaft, two desmodromic valves, bore / stroke 88 x 80 mm, displacement 973 cm³, compression 9.5: 1 , Power 76 hp at 6700 rpm, multi-disc dry clutch, claw-shift five-speed gearbox, chain drive Chassis: tubular backbone frame, telescopic fork, two-arm swing arm with two spring struts, disc brakes front and rear, Oscam cast aluminum wheels, 100/90 V 18 tires front, 130/90 V 18 rear
Top speed: around 220 km / h Price 1989: 34,500 Swiss francs (Limited Edition).

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Ducati MHR 1000 with a good-humored driver.

Ducati MHR 1000 Mike Hailwood Replica

Mike Hailwood Replica

With the Ducati Mike Hailwood Replica, official abbreviation: MHR, an era ended. It was the last Ducati with a vertical shaft. It was built with 900 and 1000 cm³

It couldn’t be more iconic, because the man this motorcycle was named after is a myth in itself. This was mainly due to his spectacular comeback in 1978: on a tuned D.ucati 900 SS, Mike Hailwood won the Tourist Trophy. The nine-time world champion was now 38 and had long since retired from racing; The fact that he now beat his eternal rival Phil Read on a supposedly inferior motorcycle made him a legend – and his motorcycle too.

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Ducati MHR 1000
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Data & Facts


The colors of the MHR 900/1000 do not refer to the Italian flag, as is often assumed, but to Mike Hailwood’s sponsor at the time, Castrol.

MHR 900 (1000): Air-cooled two-cylinder four-stroke V-engine, 864 cm³ (973 cm³), 80 hp at 7750 / min (83 hp at 7500 / min), 83.7 Nm at 5250 / min (84.3 Nm at 5500 rpm), five-speed gearbox, kick starter (e-starter *), oil bath clutch (dry clutch *), double loop frame made of tubular steel, dry weight 205 kg (212.5 kg), tires 100/90 V18 , 110/90 V18, tank capacity 18 (25) liters, double disc brake at the front, disc brake at the rear

Information on the MHR can be found in the books by the Australian Ian Falloon: "The Ducati Story", Motorbuchverlag, 190 pages, 29.90 euros, and "The Essential Buyers Guide: Ducati Bevel Twins", English, Veloce Pub-Verlag, 64 pages, 15.70 euros

Spare parts from Italy at www.oldracingspareparts.com, from England at www.laceyducati.com, from Germany at www.stein-dinse.biz, www.kaemna.de, www.desmo-ducati.de or www.unmuessig-moto – italia.de

Market situation:
Exactly 7179 pieces of the MHR 900/1000 were built between 1979 and 1986, a particularly large number went to England, only a relatively few stayed in Italy. Well-preserved models currently fetch prices between 10,000 and 15,000 euros

Interest group Königswelle, www.duc900ss-kw.ch; Forum on Diva-di-Bologna.de

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