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This is a collection of articles the Museum provided for the local publications Quick Throttle & Just Ride magazines no longer in production.

The motorcycles on display at the museum sometimes change. Contact us to inquire if a specific bike is on display.

Next time your in town, stop by and check out some of the other finely restored motorcycles on exhibit at the Rocky Mountain Motorcycle Museum.

1974 Ducati 750 Sport

In 1971 Ducati came out with the 750 GT 90 degree v-twin motorcycle. It was an immediate success, so in 1972 the factory took the 750 GT and changed the seat to a solo and the gas tank to a long narrow one, as well as the handlebars to clip ons. They also changed to a more radical camshaft, higher compression pistons, and bigger carburetors. Also the color was changed to a yellow.

Ducati, with a few small modifications, made 1625 Sports from 1973 through 1978. The Sport was proclaimed to make 62 HP at 8,200 RPM with a top speed of 130 MPH. The 750 Sport Ducati’s are considered one of the most collectible models and will bring prices in the $20,000 to $30,000 range.

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