Ducati has been conduction the World Ducati Week every year for the last decade. This year it’s going to be the 10th edition of this gigantic event that is going to take place at the Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli in Misano Adriatico RN, Italy.

This year’s World Ducati Week will have a plethora of sub-events, activities, live shows, contests, and much more to keep the people, especially the youngsters, completely occupied for the three-day event. To begin with, entry for kids under 18 years of age is free, and for people between 18 and 25 will get a 20% discount on the tickets. To keep the kids busy there’s going to be a special kids area, a hip “Scrambler Village, a “Tech Village”, and a stunt show.


Other events at the 2018 World Ducati Week include garage contest, which demands enthusiasts to showcase their custom-built Ducati Monsters. This has been set up especially for the 25th anniversary of the Monster. Then there will be an engine assembly/disassembly contest and a Heritage Bike Contest, Ducati’s International Village, the Ducati Shop, a Dragster Show, live music, food, a DRE Safety Academy and a DRE Enduro Academy, giving riders a chance to work with professional instructors to better hone their respective riding skills, and many more such activities that Ducati will announce at the venue once the events kick off.

The tickets for the event are available and cost USD 115 for biker pass and USD 80 for visitor/passenger pass. Other than the aforementioned activities and contests, the tickets will also include a visit to the Ducati Factory and Museum as well as something called “Ducati University” and “Ducati Service”.

The 2018 World Ducati Week is scheduled to commence on July 20, 2018 (Friday) and will continue until July 22, 2018 (Sunday). It is going to be a historic one this year. We will be covering the entire event, so keep checking this space for latest updates.