The 10th edition of the World Ducati Week will be the ideal setting for participating in the first census of classic Ducati bikes, an event during which Ducati road motorcycles produced and registered between 1946 and 1998 will be catalogued.
This is the first step towards the creation of a true register of vintage Ducati bikes, so as to understand the actual number of "vintage" Ducati motorcycles still on the road, preserved and/or restored.
The census will be carried out by an expert jury composed by representatives of the Ducati Foundation (led by Livio Lodi, curator of the Museum), and by technicians of FMI (Italian Motorcycling Federation), and will allow participants to enjoy some exclusive benefits in the future, including an official certification issued by Ducati. During the World Ducati Week, representatives of the jury will also be available to anyone who wants to know more about the wonderful world of historical Ducati bikes and their restoration.
To take part in the census and ask questions to the expert jury, just show up at the Heritage Village with your classic Ducati bike during WDW's opening hours. See you there!