posted July 31, 2007 11:18 AM
DUCATI NORTHWEST RETURNS FOR 2007 The acclaimed Ducati event is right around the corner.
Cupertino, CA - Ducati North America and Motocorsa announce the return of Ducati Northwest, the most exciting motorcycling event in the Pacific Northwest.
The weekend long motorcycle extravaganza will begin on Friday, August 10th and run through Sunday, August 12th at Portland International Raceway. The event is expected to draw thousands of riders and will incorporate track time, food, music and more.
DNW2007 offers something for everyone: Friday features a Ducati-only Track Day at Portland International Raceway. Saturday, the fun continues at PIR with the DNW2007 main event - food, drink, fun and games - and thousands of motorcycles. Sunday, several Sport Turismo rides launch from the city of Portland in every direction.
Throughout the weekend, Ducati AMA and World Superbike Champion, Doug Polen will be on hand to sign autographs and exchange racing tips. Also, don't miss the opportunity to meet long distance record holder Gary Eagan and Ducati North America's CEO, Michael Lock.
The DNW2007 Industry Expo will be another exciting attraction of this year's event, featuring many high-end Ducati partner vendors. The entire range of Ducati Performance accessories and apparel will be available for purchase along with commemorative DNW2007 souvenirs. Thanks to our sponsors; enthusiasts will have opportunities to win several prizes, including the opportunity to ride in a Ferrari around PIR and, the Grand Prize, a trip for two to the 2008 U.S. Moto GP event of choice.
Whether you're a dedicated Ducatisti or just a fan of motorcycles in general, Ducati Northwest 2007 is a three-day celebration of motorcycling where riders from across the country can experience and celebrate the passion of Ducati.
For more information, please visit www.dnw2007.com, or www.ducatiusa.com.
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posted August 01, 2007 12:34 PM
I'd love to go! I just need my Ducati! Guess I can always show up on my '79 KZ1300!~
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