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    MH900E history and information

    There’s not a whole lot of information available on the web any longer about the Ducati MH900e. There used to be a fantastic website that had loads of information on this unique bike but it is long gone and the forum that has replaced it is pathetic at best.



    I’m going to try to collect what I can about the bike in an attempt to preserve the history and background for all to enjoy.



    First some pictures...

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    Specifications





    Engine Air/oil-cooled 90-degree V-twin

    cc 904

    Claimed power 75 (bhp)

    Compression ratio 9.2:1

    Transmission 6 speed





    Front suspension: 43mm inverted telescopic, 120mm travel, adjustment for rebound damping

    Rear suspension: One Paioli damper, 130mm travel, adjustments for preload,compression and rebound damping

    Front brake: 2, four-piston Brembo calipers, 320mm discs

    Rear brake: Double-action Brembo caliper, 220mm disc

    Front tyre: 120/65 x 17in Michelin Pilot Sport

    Rear tyre: 170/60 x 17in Michelin Pilot Sport

    Rake/trail: 23.5 degrees/110mm

    Wheelbase: 1415mm

    Seat height: 825mm

    Dry weight: 186kg

    Instruments: Tachometer, digital speedometer, digital clock,

    lights for turn signals, neutral, high beam, low oil pressure, low fuel level



    Performance

    Top speed 150mph

    Fuel capacity 18.5 litres









    The Mike Hailwood 900 Evoluzione was a product of Pierre Terblanche and first introduced as a concept bike late in 1998.

    The reaction to the bike was so great that Ducati couldn’t ignore it - two years later a limited production run was announced.

    The bike was designed to be reminiscent of the early NCR racers from the 70’s and was to be but the first of several that

    Terblanche had in mind.



    The engine was based on the fuel injected 900SS and was given a few external appointments to make it look more like the

    bevels from the 70's including a large Sump façade and chrome bits here and there. It produces about 75 HP at the crank.



    An all-new Tube frame was built for this model with a 60mm Backbone. The single sided swingarm is also of a tubular design

    with a single shock mounted directly, foregoing Ducati’s rising rate linkage suspension system.



    The Bodywork is hand-laid and fitted fiberglass with the fairing fitted to the gas tank similar to the NCR bikes.



    Rumor has it that Ducati had to change the name of the Mike Hailwood Evoluzione to MH900e due to objections from the wife

    and son of the late Mike Hailwood.



    A first in motorcycle history, the MH900e was sold exclusively on the web and all of the bikes were presold before being delivered to dealers.





    Here’s the official Ducati press release:



    Bologna, Italy -- On New Year's day, Ducati Motor SpA rang up the biggest Internet sales in Italian history and became the first motorcycle manufacturer to ever launch a new production motorcycle on the world-wide web. Orders for Ducati's latest model, the MH900evoluzione, became available on-line on the official Ducati web site (URL: Only registered members can view URLs.) with the start of the new millennium at 00:01 a.m. GMT. Within hours, the entire first-year production sold out to Ducati enthusiasts all over the world.



    Ducati fans from all corners of the world had waited anxiously for the start of the new year to reserve their limited-edition bike. About 38 percent of the sales came from Japan, while North America and Europe each accounted for about 30 percent of MH900e sales. The remaining orders came from as far away as Australia and New Zealand.



    Arthur Andersen and IBM were two of Ducati's partners in this history-making initiative.



    "Ducati is thrilled about the wild success of the sale of the MH900e on the Internet," said Federico Minoli, Ducati Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. "We always thought that the Internet would be the best way to take the excitement of the MH900e -- which celebrates our decade-long racing heritage and commitment to performance -- directly to our enthusiasts. But even I have to admit, the response of our Ducatisti has beaten my expectations ... now, we are looking forward to everyone taking their first test drives when the bikes arrive this summer."



    In addition to selling out production for this year, hundreds of future reservations were taken for subsequent model years. The success of the MH900e sale on the Internet, as well as Ducati's other exciting initiatives on-line -- including its official web site (which receives 150,000 hits a day) and its racing parts auction Desmobid -- clearly demonstrate the power of the Ducati brand with the Internet. Ducati plans to take full advantage of future possibilities of using the net for its strategic development.



    All that Ducati enthusiasts wishing to buy the MH900e have to do is click on the official web site and follow the instructions. To reserve the motorcycle, Ducatisti must leave a 10 percent deposit on the bike, which costs 15,000 Euro (about $15,000), using their credit card (American Express, Visa, Master Card, Diners or JCB).



    Once confirmed, the MH900e will be sent to the Ducati dealer pre-selected by the buyer. The dealer will conduct the final checks on the bike before handing over the keys.



    The MH900evoluzione is a hand-built, limited-production motorcycle, recalling the racing days of Mike Hailwood on the Isle of Man. Pierre Terblanche, Chief Designer of the Ducati Design Centre, describes the bike as "neo classical," focusing on the essential elements of traditional motorcycle beauty and clean lines, which represent the renaissance period of Italian and English motorcycle design.



    Each individual component of the bike is elegant and in harmony with the rest of the machine. But the bike is modern, using Ducati's advanced, state-of-the-art technology as well as the latest computer-controlled engine management system and chassis dynamics data acquired on World Superbike circuits.



    The bike prototype was presented to the general public in September 1998 at the Intermot Show in Munich, Germany to rave reviews. Since then, overwhelming customer demand for the bike prompted Ducati to bring it to market in record time.

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    Re: MH900E history and information

    I no longer have access to exact sales figures but I believe the most bikes went to Japan.

    There a total of 2000 bikes sold

    about 700 went to Japan

    just over 500 to the US

    and less than 100 sold in the UK!!!



    Guys I love this bike and we need to get some participation

    Please post if you have anything to add

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    Re: MH900E history and information

    Flyn



    Whats it like to ride ?



    Is it cramped ? Looks very special tho

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    Re: MH900E history and information

    I love them too, this one sounds awesome - URL: Only registered members can view URLs.

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    Re: MH900E history and information

    Both me and a mate have one and once in a while, on a rare occasion, we get them both out and do an all day ride.



    We call the bike " the worlds most uncomfortable motorcycle" it's a torture rack! It makes the 1098 seem like a Goldwing.

    But really, it was designed after an all-out racing bike and the ergos reflect that.



    But the sound is like no other Ducati in the world and it is magical! It's the worlds best sounding motorcycle - period!



    Riding has a vintage feeling but with a little more power and a lot better handling.

    It is fun because people just about drive off the road trying to get a look at it :roll:



    Its a very quirky and unreliable motorcycle, it eats batteries (it has two), the electrics are hit or miss, and parts seem to fall apart on a regular basis.

    Sometimes you can turn the key off and take it out of the ignition and the gauges will still be on.



    But it is unique both to look at and to ride.



    The MH900e was my first Ducati and I'll keep it till I can no longer ride. :ugeek:

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    For some reason you've just made me fall in love with it a little bit more Flyn..

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    Re: MH900E history and information

    I found the original information from Ducati when you loged on to order the bike:





    The origins of the Design

    The MH900evoluzione was presented one year ago at the Intermot Munich Show as a concept vehicle, demonstrating the capabilities of the newly formed DUCATIDESIGN. Right from the beginning, the objective of DUCATIDESIGN has been, "To build bikes that matter. Bikes that endure. Bikes that raise the pulse of enthusiasts everywhere."

    The MH900evoluzione concept vehicle certainly fulfils that objective, and its appearance immediately thrilled the motorcycling community. The MH900e graced the cover of so many motorcycle and design magazines, and after receiving an avalanche of requests for the bike from enthusiasts worldwide, we were compelled to take the step from creative concept to road-going reality.



    The Bike

    MH900evoluzione is a truly hand-built, limited-production motorcycle. In the next two years, only one thousand per year will be crafted. The production schedule will allow for delivery to begin in 2000.

    True to the original concept, the Pierre Terblanche design is "neo-classical," focusing on the essential elements of traditional motorcycle beauty and clean lines, recalling the renaissance period of Italian and English motorcycle design. Each individual component of the bike is elegant and in harmony with the rest of the machine. But the bike is also modern, utilising our latest computer controlled engine management system and chassis dynamics data acquired on the World SuperBike circuits

    Key to re-creating that feeling of the classic sport bike is allowing the engine to take centre stage. The heart of the MH900e is the Ducati Desmo Twin, an engine design that has defined Ducati since the 70's when a pair of prototype Ducati 750 SuperSports stunned the motorcycle world with first and second places at the Imola race circuit. Completely exposed, the engine seems to float in mid-air, suspending the rest of the bike above it. The signature Ducati Desmo twin cylinder engine, with its inherently narrow profile, low centre of gravity and ample linear power delivery is the ideal design for a motorcycle. Fuel injection and computer-controlled engine management ensure the Desmo twin continues to lead the way. Of course, the distinctive pulse raising exhaust sound, unique to the Ducati Desmo Twin, is standard issue with the MH900e.

    Framing the Desmo Twin is the legendary Ducati Trellis frame. Painted in red, and formed in Chrome Moly steel, it has specifications similar to those of the Ducati flagship 996 Superbike, the undisputed "king of the curves." Complimenting the frame is a unique tubular, bridged single-sided swingarm, pivoting directly in the engine. Many have commented that the swingarm itself is a work of art. The trellis frame and swingarm combine to lend a light and airy look to the bike.

    Completing the picture is the stunning, curvaceous body. Styling cues are drawn from the original #12 Ducati 900 on display at the Ducati Museum in Bologna Italy, the very same bike that Mike Hailwood piloted to victory in the 1978 Isle of Man TT. Painted in red with silver accents the MH900e reminds us of the race bikes of the period. The eye is encouraged to follow the body's sweeping lines as they emerge out of the narrow front fairing, then slide up and over the original Giugaro logo from the 70's on the fuel tank, then across the solo seat, to finally settle by the abbreviated, sculpted tailpiece.

    View from any angle, focus on any component, the MH900evoluzione delivers classic appeal, combined elegantly with modern design and riding performance.





    In Summary

    Ducati is proud to bring a bike like the MH900evoluzione into the world. A significant departure from the standards of mass production and homogenised offerings we have come to expect, the MH900e is an original. Only Ducati could design and produce such a special motorcycle, one that will no doubt become an icon of motorcycling.





    The inspiration for the MH900e -- Mike Hailwood

    The amazing racing career of Mike "the Bike" Hailwood has been documented in countless books and films. A source of great pride for Ducati, many of Mike's career highlights have been astride a Ducati. Starting in 1958, he piloted the legendary Ducati 125 and 250 Desmo Three Cam models to five victories in the English Championship Gold Star ACU. In the years that followed, he continued to turn in impressive results with sixteen wins in 1959 and an incredible thirty in 1960. By then, Hailwood had earned the title "Mike the Bike" and continued to dominate Gran Prix racing until his retirement in 1967. In 1978, "bored with his 9 to 5 lifestyle" Hailwood returned to the racetrack after an eleven year self-imposed retirement. Delighted fans wondered if Hailwood had retained his legendary skills. He chose the daunting 37.7 mile Isle of Man TT course as his return venue, and his choice of machinery took him back to his roots of 20 years earlier -- Ducati. Hailwood rode his Desmo Twin Ducati 900 to victory, stunning the competition and dramatically demonstrating that, when great men and great machines combine, the results can be legendary. We think the MH900e is a fitting tribute to Mike Hailwood, capturing the emotion of the historic bikes of his era, while maintaining leading edge ideas in design and engineering.



    Somewhere Mike Hailwood is smiling, ...and shifting his DUCATI into 6th gear.





    The first bike to enter the internet

    It's the first bike of the new millennium. It's the first bike to enter Internet E-commerce. It is the first bike with world pricing.

    Ducati again breaks new ground in the motorcycle world with the MH900evoluzione's aggressive forward-thinking style. Available in a limited edition only, its combination of classic beauty and high technology is unique. As distinctive as our new motorcycle is, so is our way of bringing it to our customers.

    DUCATI MH900evoluzione - the first motorcycle reserved from your living room.

    When visiting the MH900e page at URL: Only registered members can view URLs., Ducati fans will find photos, specifications and everything they want to know about the MH900e. Then, starting January 1, 2000 at 00:00:01 GMT, with the click of a button, customer can reserve an MH900e to be built specifically for them. When a customer's reservation is confirmed, it will be added to the official MH900evoluzione Owner Registry on URL: Only registered members can view URLs., where the owners will be able to track their bike status.

    Once built, the MH900e will be sent to a local authorized Ducati Dealer in a special protective case. The dealer will perform all final inspections then hand over the keys. Deliveries will begin in mid summer 2000.





    An explanation of the reservation process for the Ducati MH900evoluzione

    Thank you for your interest in the MH900evoluzione and in our new way of connecting Ducati enthusiasts to Ducati Dealers world-wide via URL: Only registered members can view URLs.. The following will help you to understand the MH900e Reservation Application Form, the confirmation process and final delivery of the motorcycle.



    The MH900e Reservation Application Form

    Your application begins with the submittal of a completed MH900e Reservation Application Form. The MH900e Reservation Application Form must have all the requested information completed, with the exception of your phone and fax numbers which are optional for privacy reasons, but which are recommended. If a required information is not provided, your application will not be accepted. Many companies provide E-mail addresses for free, and a link is provided on the Reservation Application Form for such a company.



    Your personal information

    This section contains your name and address, but most importantly your E-mail address. Your E-mail address will be used to confirm the receipt of your application, communicate updates about the status of your application, and, if your application is successful, to communicate your confirmation number, Ducati Dealer acceptance and any additional information that may be required.



    Delivering Ducati Dealer information

    This is where you will indicate your selection of the Authorised Ducati Dealer that will deliver your MH900e. Your purchase contract will be directly with the dealer you select. It is also where your MH900e will be shipped and where final payment will be made. Also, all communications about the status of your MH900e will be with the Ducati Dealer you have selected once you have received your confirmation number.

    In this section there is a Dealer Locator that will allow you to find your closest or preferred Ducati Dealer's name, address and phone numbers.



    The MH900e Owner Registry

    The MH900e Owner Registry will appear on the MH900e page of URL: Only registered members can view URLs.. The MH900e Owner Registry is a list of all confirmed MH900e owners and those who have reserved an MH900e under this reservation system. It will show each such person's confirmation number, pseudonym or nickname (for privacy), city and country. This is where you can see the geographical location of your fellow MH900e owners and your confirmation number. The pseudonyms or nicknames for each reservation must be unique, and are limited to six characters, so try to choose something that is uncommon. When you submit a reservation, if someone else has used the nickname chosen, you will be alerted and asked to select an alternative. Profane or derogatory selections will result in rejection of the application.



    Your confirmation deposit information

    A sum of 1,500 (one thousand five hundred) Euro is required when the confirmation that the Ducati selected dealer has accepted your application is sent to your e-mail address. Your MH900e confirmation fee will be transferred to the delivering dealer, and your delivering dealer will deduct it from the final delivered price.

    Only major credit cards will be accepted. Please ensure that the credit card numbers and expiration date are accurate and that funds are available.



    Terms of agreement

    By clicking on this button you will find a document that explains the terms of the agreement into which you are entering and your specific rights. Before submitting your application, you must confirm that you have read and agree to the terms, by clicking on the "I agree the terms and conditions" button at the end of the document. Failure to do so will result in non-acceptance of the application.



    Confirming the receipt of your application, and checking it's status

    After you have submitted your application, you will be sent, via E-mail, a confirmation message with a Personal Identification Number (PIN) which will allow you to check the status of your application by entering it in a special area of ducati.com. Your receipt of this message also verifies that the E-mail address you have given us is valid. You will be required to confirm the reception of the confirmation message by replying to URL: Only registered members can view URLs.. If you do not receive a confirmation message within two days, it means that the application process has for some reason been terminated. In this case you will be required to resubmit your application.



    The reservation and confirmation process

    Once a completed application has been received, a number of steps and qualifications will occur before you are eligible to receive a confirmation number.



    The main steps of the reservation and approval process:

    Upon receipt of your application, verification that the credit card number provided is valid and that the funds are available will take place. Note: this step will only verify the validity of the credit card and the availability of funds, no charge will be made until later in the process.

    Your application will be transmitted to the Ducati Dealer that you have selected.

    The Ducati Dealer you have selected will then transmit their acceptance or non-acceptance of your application.

    Once the confirmation that the Ducati selected dealer has accepted your application is sent to your e-mail address, your credit card will be charged 1,500 (one thousand five hundred) EURO (or its equivalent in your local currency).

    Upon verification of the charge, a confirmation number will be assigned and you will be added to the official MH900e Owner Registry.

    From this point forward, arrangements for entering into the purchase agreement, communications about your delivery status and final delivered price will be conducted between you and your delivering Ducati Dealer. Also you will find updates about the production of your bike on the MH900e Owner Registry.



    Notes about the approval process:

    If your credit card number is invalid or your credit card issuer declines the charge, your application will be declined and you will need to reapply.

    If the Ducati Dealer that you have selected does not accept your application, your reservation application will remain valid, but you will be required to select an alternative dealer.



    The manufacturing and delivery process

    The MH900e is a limited edition, hand-built motorcycle. Ducati anticipates crafting 3-4 per day, and approximately 500 per year for the next few years.

    An MH900e will be built specifically for you and delivered on a "first come, first served" basis. In other words, shipments will be in the order of reservation acceptance and confirmation.

    It is important to understand that shipments of the MH900e will not begin until mid-summer 2000. They will then proceed in an on-going basis. Please bear in mind that confirmation number 500 may not take place until mid-summer 2001. Such is the nature of such a rare hand crafted motorcycle.

    As soon as you have received your confirmation number you should contact your delivering Ducati Dealer. Together, you will agree on the purchase agreement which will specify the final delivered price and the conditions of delivery. The final delivered price also varies by country and region due to national and local taxes, shipping fees, set-up charges, insurance, registration and other fees. Not all these fees apply in every country. A 15,000 Euro price is the Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price in the American Continent; the suggested Key in Hand pre-luxury tax price in Europe; and the suggested Pre-tax price in the rest of the world. Your delivering dealer will apply your confirmation deposit of 1,500 (one thousand five hundred) Euro, or equivalent in your local currency, to the invoice.



    The World of Ducati

    No doubt there will not be enough MH900e's to go around, but we hope that your are one of the lucky few to secure one of your very own.

    You and your Ducati Dealer are both dedicated Ducati enthusiasts with one goal in mind -- enjoying the Ducati experience. With your confirmation you become a member of an exciting and unique brotherhood.

    As special bonus that comes with the confirmation of your reservation is automatic membership in the Ducati Owners Club and a free admission ticket to World Ducati Weekend that takes place June 23 - 25, 2000 in Misano Italy. We look forward to welcoming you to the world of Ducati.





    ENGINE



    Type: "L" twin cylinder, 2 valve desmodromic

    Displacement: 904cc

    Bore and stroke: 92 x 68 mm

    Compression Ratio: 9.2:1

    Hp at crankshaft: 79 CV - 59kW @ 8250 giri 1' / rpm

    Torque: 78 Nm @ 6500 giri 1' / rpm

    Induction: Electronic Fuel injection

    Exhaust: Stainless steel silencer

    Top speed: 135 mph / 215 Km/h





    TRANSMISSION



    Type: 6 speed

    Primay drive: Straight cut gears; ratio 1.84

    Clutch: Hydraulically actuated dry clutch





    CHASSIS



    Frame: Tubular high grade steel space frame

    Wheelbase: 1420 mm

    Rake: 23.5° degrees

    Front suspension: Upside-down

    Front wheel travel: 120 mm

    Front wheel: 5-spoke light alloy, 3.5 x 17"

    Front tyre: 120/70 ZR 17

    Rear suspension: Paioli single shock with tubular steel space swingarm

    Rear wheel travel: 100 mm

    Rear wheel: 5-spoke light alloy with flexible coupling, 5,5" x 17"

    Rear tyre: 180/55 ZR 17

    Front Brake: Two semifloating 320 mm dia. steel rotors; 30/34 mm hydraulic calipers

    Rear Brake: 220 mm hydraulic control

    Weight (*): 385 lbs./172 Kg

    Seat height: 82.0 cm





    OTHER



    Warranty: 24 months, unlimited mileage

    Colours: Red with Silver accents







    (*) Weight includes battery and oils.

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    Re: MH900E history and information

    Here's an interesting story from one of the original buyers trying to register to buy this bike online!



    MH900e (MyHellish900experience) Ordering Timeline (Pacific Time), as Recorded by Chris and Embellished by Zina



    Although I only recorded moments in time, we were in front of our computers the whole afternoon and night trying to register.



    December 31, 1999



    * 1:30 pm: Set computer's internal clock so it would fool the Ducati "millenium" Java applet into thinking it was midnight.

    * 2:00 pm: Tried to log in. Found that "midnight" was supposed to be 00:00 GMT (Greenwich Mean Time), not 00:00 CET (Central Europe Time). This means we had to wait another hour.

    * 3:00 pm: Tried to log in. Nothing changed.

    * 3:03 pm: Saw two new buttons appear for reservations.

    * 3:04 pm: Told Zina to get on her laptop and start contributing. She repeatedly gets messages from her Netscape browser to go away.

    * 3:05 pm: Had five pages simultaneously open to try to get to the first form.

    * 5:00 pm: Computer started crashing.

    * 5:05 pm: Told Zina she better still be trying. Zina claims she is tired of her browser's rejection messages.

    * 7:00 pm: Downloaded Win98 Updates, IE5, and DirectX7 in hopes of alleviating crashing problems.

    * 8:00 pm: Got to the first page which asked for personal data. Clicking on the submit button resulted in a trip into the outer ozone of cyberspace.

    * 11:00 pm: Got through the first page and saw the first confirmation screen. Then went back to circling virtual Pluto.

    * 11:30 pm: Wondered how we could've pissed away all of this special Y2K New Year's Eve on our computers trying to access a server clearly in distress.

    * 11:45 pm: Begin hoping that maybe midnight Pacific Time will bring an Internet miracle in which we access the site.



    January 1, 2000



    * 12:00 am, midnight: Watched them drop the ball in Time Squares on the tube. Watched the moments of our lives get sucked across the continent and over the ocean to some pre-Pentium PC in Bologna that couldn't function in its original role as a word processor, let alone as a secure server.

    * 12:05 am: Got "Lotus server crash message" after hitting Confirm button.

    * 1:00 am: Discovered that I had the damn dd/mm/yyyy wrong for Zina's date of birth (thought it was the mm/dd/yyyy format).

    * 2:00 am: Gave up trying to connect and went to bed.

    * 9:00 am: Resumed the battle with five simultaneously opened windows.

    * 12:00 pm: Despair had set in and we figured Zina wouldn't get a MH900e.

    * 12:01 pm: Zina is secretly happy that she didn't piss away $15,000 on a bike she didn't really need.

    * 12:03 pm: Tried "one last time" and immediately connected and got through all the stinking forms.

    * 12:05 pm: Zina started coming to terms with mismanagement of funds earmarked for a retirement account. She is hoping she will still enjoy her MH900e when she is 65, broke, and living in an unheated trailer on the outskirts of Yuma.

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    Fantastic..............

 

 

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