Ducati 750 Sport Motorcycles Reviews (4)
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2004-09-09 2002 Ducati 750 Sport Motorcycles View Listings

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The bike has 2k mikes on it so far. I have test driven some of the other bikes brands (new '04s). I can't say that any delivered the same fun-to-drive feeling. I live in a hilly area with lots of winding roads. This bike has been nothing but joy. Bottom line, it looks good and feels good, and is very easy to ride. It is a real confidence booster - it follows the rider commands no matter how tight the curves.
- AA, woodinville, Washington

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2002-08-29 2002 Ducati 750 Sport Motorcycles View Listings

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This bike was the realization of I dream I had had since I was a kid. A brand new Ducati, ready to scream out of the box, and at less than eight grand. When the 2001 750 sport appeared, I thought that it was great that Ducati was finally dropping their eliteist mentality and offering a sport bike for real people. Lets face it, not every rider is at the 998 (or 999 as the case will soon be) level, and those poor working class stiffs like me would rather spend $20K on a vehicle that is built with more than a "monoposto". Still, I had been and still am a ducatisti to the bone. No one else out there even comes close to the soul or substance of the "duke". When the model introduced injection, I was at the dealer within a week. So far the bike has proven nearly peerless, but with the few issues I will explain, which in any event seem for the most part common to every ducati. First the worst..... The engine, though it is a 750cc puts out like an asthmatic japanese 600. I don't know why the italians can't seem to squeeze more hp out of the "pantah" twin, but it seems perpetually stuck in the mid 60 hp range and don't expect that to change too soon. Related to this is the exhaust sound a stock US spec supersport makes out of the box. Best explainable as not pretty. Luckily, there is a great looking and sounding fix for both problems, a set of carbon slip-ons and a new chip, courtesy of several companies who will gladly take another grand or more from you (Termis are the best, and most expensive fix). The only other major complaint anyone should have seems an across the board problem evident in all newer ducatis, and that is one of the cheapest seats in the business. This lightly padded plank is as good as garbage, and if you dont believe me try a 100-plus mi. ride and feel the numbness set in. Add a Corbin leather seat here and you have a perfect package. The 750 sport is ready to take on whatever role you ask of it, and you will feel as comfortable riding to and from the track as you do racing it there with some minor mods. These ducks are rock solid at speed, and features like brembo goldline brakes cannot be had on comparible bikes at any cost. Anyone who told you that Ducs have poor reliability is LYING. Any abused bike will have mech. problems. If you take good care of your Italian mistress...... You know the rest.
- pete, minneapolis, Minnesota

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2002-06-27 2001 Ducati 750 Sport Motorcycles View Listings

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Ducati has a reputation of building first-class motorcycles however upon purchasing my 750 SS only two months ago I'm disappointed. Not only have there been extensive warranty problems the dealership has been anything but helpful. That is why I'm buying a Gixxer 1000.
- Joel, Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin

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2002-04-30 2001 Ducati 750 Sport Motorcycles View Listings

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I've had this bike for three months now. This is my first sports bike and I've gone through a lot of different phases with this bike. First I was nervous about having a sports bike. Then I got used to it and was now addicted to the speed and the handeling. I want more power and more speed though, so I was kind of kicking myself for not getting the 950 sport. In the next few days I'm buying exhaust, chip , K and N Air filter, and I'm also changing the back sprocket to a 42T. Hopefully this will wake up the sleeping monster. I love the way this bike handels, I'ts just amazing. One thing that I don't like is the 750 sport only has a single front disk brake. The brakes are nothing to brag about. I'll probably end up buying another disk brake for the front at about $800. Screw it, It's worth it!
- Tom, pomona, California

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