Ducati 750 SuperSport Motorcycles Reviews (3)
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2005-02-03 2002 Ducati 750 SuperSport Motorcycles View Listings

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Simply put, this Italian marvel is a Legend. It isn't for everyone, yet those that have had the distinct pleasure to push it to its unending capabilities know its awesome abilities. She fits me like a glove! I added a set of Remus Pipes and a 180 in the back and she is a piece of incredible canyon destroying machinery. Everyone has a Harley, GSX-R, CBR but only the very few know of and own the charm and beauty of the Ducati 750 Super Sport. When on her I feel like Mike Hailwood on the roads of Man. Ahhhh, to ride a DUC is simply a dream and legendary! And hey, when I am a half mile out, the girlfriend knows to be outside waiting to hop on... the true roar of twin thunder is coming!
- Rick "CHIEF" Poedtke, Canyon Country, California

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2003-03-06 2002 Ducati 750 SuperSport Motorcycles View Listings

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I've had the 750SS for almost a year now and I think its one of the most underated bikes. I've had nothing but enjoyable miles and the lean angles on this bike is just tremendous. It just gives you so so much confidence when riding. Though my helmet gets flopped around alot, the bike is ROCK stable when buffetted by strong sidewinds; this even though the bike is rather tall. Power output is adequate and not intimidating. How fast can you go anyway in normal street and back roads riding? It is just a joy to ride. I weigh about 185 pounds. The complaints I have is the clutch which can be a pain after long riding in traffic. The clutch can also be very snatchy at low gears. Finally, the 750SS has so much road presence compared to most other bikes. People look and stare, drivers pull closer at the stops to get a look. Believe me, this bike looks beautiful in the sun, in the person. Sounds so cliche, but photos do not capture the subtleties of the design. The Supersport definitely is a Bike with stacks of character and involvement. Been sounded many times before by Duc owners, but the fact is for all its inadequacies, you know that you are riding something very simple and yet very special.
- Desmo, Houston, Texas

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2002-08-29 2002 Ducati 750 SuperSport 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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