Showing posts with label Paso. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Paso. Show all posts

Saturday, 2 October 2021

Paso

1988 Ducati Paso 750 in White - Cyberpunk AF!
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Friday, 6 August 2021

Paso

1987 Ducati Paso 750 Corsa
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Thursday, 5 August 2021

Cagiva Freccia

Late news breaking...

Unconfirmed reports are coming in from our roving Mercenary Correspondent in 1988 that the Ducati Paso may not be the most Cyberpunk and Eighties thing ever after all.

It has long been accepted that the 1986 Ducai Paso designed by Massimo Tamburini was the pinnacle of eightiesness and also the most Cyberpunk artifact of that, or indeed any other decade.

However news fresh in from 1988 is calling this long-standing wisdom into doubt. Secret photographs smuggled out of the late eighties reveal a barely credible More '80s, More Cyberpunk motorcycle. 

The 125cc Cagiva Freccia C10R, also designed by Massimo Tamburini is broadly similar to the Paso but with more cowbell. Thought to have blown his lifetime supply of eightiesness on the Paso, Tamburini evidently experienced a second, even greater surge of concentrated eightiesness on the Freccia dialing the Cyberpunk all the way up to eleven.

Remember, you heard it first here at Mercenary Garage.


1988 Cagiva Freccia C10R by Masimo Tamburini

1988 Cagiva Freccia C10R by Masimo Tamburini

1988 Cagiva Freccia C10R by Masimo Tamburini

1988 Cagiva Freccia C10R by Masimo Tamburini


Images fresh from 1988


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Tuesday, 15 June 2021

Cyber-Paso

Neon-noir Cyberpunk Artwork featuring the Ducati Paso
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Thursday, 27 May 2021

Paso

The motorcycle equivalent of a DeLorean, only better in traffic and quicker to 88 mph...


1988 Ducati Paso 750 in metallic neon blue with 16" wheels - More '80s than Max Headroom appearing on Miami Vice.

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Monday, 29 March 2021

Paso

Ducati Paso 750 vs. Ferrari Mondial, 1987


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Sunday, 29 November 2020

Paso

Ducati Paso 750 Girl


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Thursday, 29 October 2020

Sigue Sigue Sputnik Paso Chaser

Ducati really missed a trick by not exploring a brand crossover with Sigue Sigue Sputnik for the 1986 Ducati Paso.

The whole thing could have been presented by Max Headroom with incidental music by Jan Hammer to make it the most Eighties/Cyberpunk thing ever.

The 1986 Ducati Paso - The most cyberpunk bike ever (apart from the Suzuki Nuda)







This post is a response to an earlier post here- https://www.mercenary.ie/2020/10/kda-v4-panigale.html


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Thursday, 13 September 2018

Neon Paso

Ducati 750 Paso by Matthew Jones & Webb Bland

Image by Matthew Jones & Webb Bland


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