Here’s Your Chance To Take Home The Scintillating 2002 Ducati MH900 Evoluzione
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Here’s Your Chance To Take Home The Scintillating 2002 Ducati MH900 Evoluzione

With just 5272 miles on the clock, this Italian is guaranteed to turn heads even two decades on

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Back in the late 1990s, renowned motorcycle designer Pierre Terblanche sketched an ultra-beautiful motorcycle for Ducati. While the bike wasn’t really meant to go into production, Ducati received immensely positive feedback about this bike which ultimately led to Ducati deciding to bring this sketch to life, thus introducing the exotic Ducati MH900E.

To keep things interesting, the Italian giant only made 2,000 MH900E’s and the first 1,000 were sold out in just 31 minutes!

Thanks to this exclusivity, even after 22 years of its first launch, the MH900E still remains one of the most popular buys amongst collectors. And if you want one for yourself, Iconic Motorbike Auctions has one available. Let’s take a look at it.

Ducati MH900E Evoluzione

Here's Your Chance To Take Home The Scintillating 2002 Ducati MH900 Evoluzione
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As I mentioned above, only 2,000 of these bikes ever went on sale and this particular motorcycle is the 749th unit, manufactured in August 2001.

The MH900E comes wrapped in a ravishing red livery topped off with silver inserts on the tank, side panels, and the tail section. Speaking of the tail section, the bike proudly flaunts its under-seat exhausts, a feat we no longer get to see on production bikes.

Here's Your Chance To Take Home The Scintillating 2002 Ducati MH900 Evoluzione
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A true Italian exotic, the Ducati MH900E has come up for sale at Iconic Motorbike Auctions

Then there’s the über-sexy fascia comprising a round headlight accompanied by a brawny quarter-fairing, making the bike seem streamlined as ever. Neatly tucked under the fairing is a chrome-laden semi-digital instrument cluster, reading 5,272 miles.

The bike is quite clean overall but does feature a few minor scratches on the silver alloy wheels and the rearview mirror. Quite acceptable for a motorcycle that’s 21 years old, isn’t it?

Here's Your Chance To Take Home The Scintillating 2002 Ducati MH900 Evoluzione
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The 904cc, twin-cylinder mill is completely stock, while the clutch gets a few aftermarket additions like a Rizoma clear case

As for its engine, the MH900E draws power from a 904cc, twin-cylinder engine that puts out 75 horsepower and 56 pound-feet. While the engine is bone stock, this particular bike comes laden with a Ducati Performance clutch pressure plate, aftermarket clutch springs and caps, along with a chrome Rizoma clear clutch case.

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The engine is housed in a bright red trellis frame, sprung on 43mm USD forks and a side-mounted, fully-adjustable mono-shock. My favorite element about the MH900E’s underpinnings, though, is its one-of-a-kind single-sided swingarm.

Here's Your Chance To Take Home The Scintillating 2002 Ducati MH900 Evoluzione
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Iconic Motorbike Auctions has thrown in a new set of Pirelli Rosso II tires, thus making the bike all set for riding

Meanwhile, the bike rides on 17-inch alloy wheels wrapped in new Pirelli Rosso II tires while being clamped by two 320mm disc brakes at the front and a 220mm disc at the rear. The seller claims that the brake pads still have 65 percent life left.

How much will it cost you?

Here's Your Chance To Take Home The Scintillating 2002 Ducati MH900 Evoluzione
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Oh and the bike comes with all original accessories which even include a serialized T-shirt

Iconic Motorbike Auctions have listed this MH900E at a reserve price of $12,000, which makes it a pretty sweet prospect. Not to forget, the sale also includes a plaque denoting the authenticity, owner’s manual, extra key, tool kit, and the matching serialized t-shirt for the bike.

If you’re interested in this pristine example, we suggest you head to Iconic Motorbike Auctions and place your bet, as the auction ends on March 11, 2022.

Punya Sharma
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