Ducati feast at Laverda Concours

Ducati feast at Laverda Concours

The event was rained out on its original scheduled date of October 15 which is ironic given the event was moved this year from July to avoid similar rain postponements.

The Ducati display will be the highlight as Ducati Owners Club of Queensland celebrates 40 years in Australia with a model from just about every year since the 1950s.

Organiser Franko Von says they will even have the Cucciolo (puppy) Ducati engine which was fitted to bicycles and was the precursor to their motorcycles.

The feast of Ducatis will include the usual array of 1960s singles and 1970s bevel V twins plus several race bikes.

They include Murray Kahler NCR raced by Jim Scaysbrook in the Isle of Man, Leon Haslam’s Airwaves Ducati, an ultra rare Supermono and a genuine factory 600 TT2. 2005 cbr600rr fairing

Unfortunately it was again rained out.

Bryan says there is plenty of interest from cafe racer motorcycle builders/modifiers for trade displays this year.

How to enter

Entry is $10 for visitors over 15 and includes motorcycle parking.

If you wish to display your bike, it will cost an extra $10.

Entries are open from 7am and trophy presentation will be about 2.30pm. kawasaki fairings

If you want to enter your bike(s) you can complete your entry form before the day by downloading it from the Club Laverda website.

Classes are: Continental up to 750cc, Continental over 750cc, British Pre 1985, British Post 1985, American Pre 1984, American Post 1984, 2008 cbr 1000 fairings Japanese, Pre 1985, Japanese Post 1985, Pre 1964, Street Performance, Competition, 3 Wheeler or trailer, 2004 gsxr 600 fairing Custom and Cafe Racer.

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December 10, 2017 Uncategorized