Tickets have gone on sale for the 9th edition of the World Ducati Week.
Tickets have officially gone on sale for this year’s World Ducati Week (WDW2016), which is set to take place at the Marco Simoncelli Misano World Circuit, in Italy.
The event, which will take place from July 1-3, is set to attract visitors from all over the world and will celebrate the company’s 90th anniversary. There will be a Ducati Heritage Contest for the best historic bike present. All historic single-cylinder bikes produced between 1946 and 1978 will be eligible for the contest, along with twin-cylinder bikes produced between 1971 and 1996.
The Ducati Garage Contest will also take place, awarding the best custom bikes created by Ducatisti from all over the world. Participants must first make it through an online selection, emailing one or more photos of the bike they’ve created, together with the competition entry form, to DGC@ducati.com by May 29.
Rider passes are available (rider and motorcycle) and so are passenger/visitor passes valid for just one day or for the entire three-day event. The three-day pass – subject to availability – includes a selection of interesting opportunities including the chance to ride your own motorcycle round the prestigious Misano World Circuit racetrack.
Further information on purchasing tickets and passes can be found, here.