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Ducati 250 Single (Eye Candy)

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"Ducati 250 Single (Eye Candy)" by Daniel Peirce

The Ducati singles, made from 1950 to 1973, are single cylinder motorcycles. Chief Engineer Fabio Taglioni developed a specialized valve system that opens and closes the valves using the camshaft, without the need for valve springs. This reliable valve system has become a trademark feature of Ducati motorcycles.

The Ducati 250 debuted at the Milan Fair in the April 1961. It was called the Diana but was renamed as Daytona for the UK market. The 250 was so popular that in 1963 Ducati introduced the Diana Mark 3 Super Sport.

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Color Changing Fine Art Print
Photographer: Daniel Peirce
Composition by: EFX Gallery
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Sources: Ducati magazine ad from August 1963 issue of Cycle World