Italian Premier Matteo Renzi opens the very stylish, newly renovated Ducati Museum in celebration of the company’s 90th anniversary. The museum is home to 26 racers and 18 road bikes spanning the company’s history.
The Museum is offering free entry this weekend from 1st – 4th October.
“The restructuring of our Museum” – stated Ducati CEO Claudio Domenicali during the inaugural ceremony – “is a very important and significant event for our company and for all the Ducatisti fans who follow and appreciate our brand and our bikes across the globe. To have the honour and the privilege of officially opening the facility in the presence of our Prime Minister, Matteo Renzi, makes us particularly happy and proud. We wanted to renovate this museum as a tangible sign of the vitality and strength of a company that is celebrating its 90th anniversary and looking to the future. Never before has Ducati been able to compete and achieve such results on the markets and on track, while also positioning itself for continued growth in the future”.
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