NCR New Blue Sport 1000 – stunning

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    New Blue is a limited production, track only project commissioned by Ducati North America and developed by NCR. Starting with the platform of a 2007 Ducati Sport 1000 S, this bike recreates the classic styling and uncompromising racing spirit first seen in Old Blue in 1977. New Blue was created as a homage to Cook Neilson’s 1977 Daytona Superbike victory on a Ducati 750SS know as “Old Blue”. Tuned by Phil Schilling and piloted by Cook Neilson, Old Blue represents the first racing victory for the Ducati brand in North America and served to increase the popularity of Superbike racing in North America immensely.

    New Blue production will be limited to 50 numbered motorcycles with each one hand-made on demand and custom tailored for the owner by NCR. For more information about New Blue contact NCR at: [email protected], or visit

    For more information on the unveiling, in New York on January 18th at 7:00pm, please contact:

    Ducati New York
    155 Avenue of the Americas (6th and Spring)
    New York, NY 10013

    Technical Specifications NEW BLUE

    Engine: Ducati 1100 NCR with 116 HP @ 8450 rpm
    Weight: 319 lbs / 145 kg (engine weight: 121 lbs. / 55 kg)
    Clutch: NCR Corse by APTC custom slipper clutch system
    Brake, front: 2 x 300 mm Braking WAVE discs, 4-piston, 2-pad Brembo SBK radial calipers from billet
    Brake, rear: 200 mm Braking WAVE discs, 2-piston Brembo caliper from billet
    Suspension, front: Öhlins 43 mm upside-down fork with TiN surface treatment
    Suspension, rear: Öhlins monoshock with progressive linkage, tuned by NCR Corse
    Wheels & Tyres: BST carbon fiber wheels with Metzeler Racetec Slick KO tires
    Exhaust: Full custom NCR titanium exhaust produced by Zard
    Fasteners: All bolts and fasteners are titanium by Poggipolini Titanium
    Colors: Old Blue inspired paint scheme with leather seat by Schedoni
    MSRP: Starting from $49,900



    Beautiful, but why is it so expensive?

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