Interview With Ducati Most iconic Designer: Pierre Terblanche

The Designer Who Helped Shape Ducati

Ducati 900SS Mike Hailwood Replica

The start of Terblanche's passion for Ducati

Ducati 907 Paso

Terblanche's first commission for Ducati was a re-style of the fairing

Ducati 888

Re-style of the 851 in 3 weeks

Cagiva Canyon

A clean-sheet design

Ducati 900SS

Pictured here with Hunter S. Thompson who wrote a famous road test on the bike

Ducati MH900e

Bringing the 900SS Hailwood Replica into the 20th Century

Royal Enfield Himalayan

His time at the company came about almost by chance

The Ducati air-cooled V-Twin engine

Controversially, Terblanche thinks the v-twin is basically a flawed design

Ducati Sport 1000

The second 'retro' design

Ducati Super Mono

Designed for the Super Mono race series; very successful and now very collectible

Ducati 999

Controversial looks hid a very good motorbike

Ducati 999 race bike

Hugely successful on the race track, taking WSBK titles in 2003, 2004 and 2006

Vincent Black Shadow

The designer, Philip Irving, is one of Terblanche's influences

Ducati Hypermotard

Air cooled because there was nowhere to put a radiator

Massimo Tamburini (Centre)

Father of the 916 and a great influence on Terblanche

Confederate Hellcat

Wild design with carbon fibre components by BST, designed by Terblanche

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