Überblick:Pressestimmen a seminal study that is a 'must read' for all motorcycle sports enthusiasts in general and Ducati fans in particular - Midwest Book Review. This book covers the 750GT 750 Sport and Super Sport from 1971 to 1978 analysing each on a year-by-year basis as well as providing an in-depth history of the company itself. There are many rare photos included from prototypes and early production models through to racing shots that include the significant contribution to the Ducati legend by Australian racers of the period--Old Bike Australasia. The `Bible' makes an excellent `go-to' reference point ... Whether you're fortunate enough to have a 750 Ducati or a fan of the marque and interested in the history then this book is certainly for you--Desmo Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende Ian Falloon was born in New Zealand in 1952 and studied engineering and music at Victoria University Wellington. After a career as a symphony orchestra oboist was brought to an end by a motorcycle accident he began writing articles about motorcycles for magazines. His first book The Ducati Story has run to several editions and has been published in three languages. The success of The Ducati Story led to a series of Ducati books and histories of Honda Kawasaki BMW and Moto Guzzi motorcycles. He has now written many books about motorcycles mostly historical but also restoration guides. With an interest and passion spanning decades he now concentrates on collecting and restoring older Italian motorcycles particularly Ducati MV Agusta Laverda and Moto Guzzi. Ian Falloon lives in Australia and is ably supported in his projects by his wife Miriam and sons Ben and Tim.