- 159 hp Power
- 129 Nm Torque
- 218 kg Dry Weight
It is 25 years since the Ducati 916 arrived on the global stage, changing the Superbike world forever and immediately becoming a modern motorcycle icon.
Ever since its debut, the Ducati 916 has been beloved by motorcycling fans throughout the world, becoming an instant classic due to its Italian-style, dynamic and lightweight design that was so innovative back in 1994
The Ducati 916 and the subsequent 996 and 998 versions were produced until 2004, with a total of over 45,000 bikes rolling off the production line. The Ducati 916 wasn't just a great bike and an enormous sales success, it was also dominant on the racetrack. In the World Superbike championship, the 916 SBK won 120 races, 8 constructors' titles and 6 riders' titles, four of them with Carl Fogarty on the Ducati 916 SBK and 996 SBK.
To mark this milestone, Ducati UK are inviting all Ducati 916 owners to be involved in a dedicated 916 display at Motorcycle Live from 16-24 November. Ducati are looking for 12 of the finest examples of the 916 including 996 and 998 models to display on a dedicated stand to honour this historic and ground-breaking motorcycle.
Those 916, 996 and 998 owners who would like their bike to be considered, should visit https://www.ducatiukevents.co.uk/916mcnshow.htm and fill out the provided form. There is an image upload box that will allow for 5 images of your bike, no larger than 10MB in total.
Those selected will be supplied with a pair of tickets to Motorcycle Live, a pair of tickets for the Ducati VIP evening, a unique bike specification print for your motorcycle and a limited edition 916 gift.
Ducati UK are also looking for the public’s Ducati 916 memories, a collage of 916 photos will accompany the motorcycle display on the stand. This can be done by uploading your chosen photo via the following url https://www.ducatiukevents.co.uk/916memories.htm. Those who have a photo chosen will also be ab le to collect a 916 gift at the show. Motorcycle Live takes place from the 16th -24th November at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham. For show information visit: https://www.motorcyclelive.co.uk/