The Ducati 98 was envisioned as a bare-bones low performance model.
It had a very logical design that aimed at offering drivers a simultaneously simple, durable and versatile machine.
After some work on the reliable but low-performance engine, success was achieved with two silver medals at the Welsh Six Days in 1964.
|Type||Single cylinder 4 stroke|
|Total displacement||98 cc|
|Bore and Stroke||51 x 46 mm|
||Obtained by means of a flywheel 6 V-28
|Primary drive||By gear|
||Telescopic-hydraulic longstroke Frontfork|
||With swinging fork and hydraulic dampers|
||Double jaw expanding brakes Ø 116 x 25 mm|
||2,75 x 16''|