“The golden rules for a beautiful Ducati are muscularity and a racing orientation.” —Andrea Ferraresi
The 750 Paso followed those golden rules and became the progenitor of all Ducati V-twin sport bikes. This was Massimo Tamburini’s first project for Ducati, and it was named for Renzo Pasolini, who died in 1973 after the motorcycle he was riding crashed. The 750 Paso didn’t equivocate when it came to aerodynamic efficiency: All of the bodywork is part of a beautiful continuum. Today, the Paso stands in the center of its exhibit space, signifying its importance to the brand.