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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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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.

Data:
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

Literature:
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

Specialists:
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

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

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