Lot Number

1975 Ducati 250 Sprint

Sold For €4,095

Inclusive of applicable buyer's fee.

RM | Sotheby's - MONACO 11 - 12 MAY 2012

Frame No.
Engine No.

Specifications: 249 cc SOHC single, five speeds.

This ‘bare-bones,’ wide-case 250 was built for sprint racing and hill climbs approximately 10 years ago. Hill climbing was a very popular form of motorcycle racing in the rolling Tuscan Hills during the 1960s and 1970s. The Ducati singles were a popular choice amongst enthusiasts, as they were both competitive and regularly successful. The SOHC engine is fitted with a significantly larger Dell’Orto PHF32AS carburettor and twin spark plugs. To save weight, the seat and tailpiece are fibreglass, as is the fuel tank.

The bike is also fitted with rear-set foot-pegs, clip-on bars and a fly-screen with a Veglia tachometer. The wheels have Borrani rims, front forks are Marzocchi, and a competition exhaust is fitted. The bike appears to be in sound condition with paint and plating to race standards.


Please note this lot is offered without reserve.

Suggested lots

24 October 2019


Olympia London, Kensington, London, United Kingdom


30 November 2019

Abu Dhabi

Yas Marina Circuit, Yas Island, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates