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11-03-2007, 01:41 PM
The quest at NCR is to always strive for the ultimate performance and ultimate lightness or “Leggera”. Today, NCR
introduces its first street motorcycle using its racing expertise and ultimate technology, the NCR LEGGERA.
The LEGGERA, NCR’s first street motorcycle, is a culmination of years of experience in racing and development
using the very best in ultralight components and exotic materials to achieve an ultralight design.
The LEGGERA is based on Ducati’s new Hypermotard and then modified extensively. NCR takes an already
exhilarating motorcycle and then updates every aspect of the bike to include the very best in technology
available today. In fact, in street trim, the NCR LEGGERA weighs only 157 kg (346 lbs). This makes the NCR
Hyperleggere the ultimate bike for back road carving or slicing through city traffic.
Here are some of the highlights of the hand made beauty, the NCR LEGGERA :
· Titanium frames, both the frame and sub-frame are constructed in Grade 9 Titanium. The frame weighs an
extremely light 4.8 kg (10.6 lbs) and the sub-frame weighs only 1.5 kg (3.3 lbs)
· The Ducati 1100 engine breathes with a NCR designed carbon fiber exhaust manufactured by Zard. Even in
stock trim, the 90 Hp comes alive when it only has 157 kg (346 lbs) to move around.
· Close collaboration with Ohlins has enabled the NCR LEGGERA to use the latest competition forks, steering
damper and monoshock. The suspension supports a wide range of adjustments to ensure the proper set-up to
suit your environment and taste. The upper and lower triple clamps are carved out of billet avionic aluminum
and are adjustable for offset. The fork bottoms are also carved out of billet to support the radial brakes.
· Brembo Racing radial brakes running on the latest wave 300mm rotors by Braking.
· The carbon fiber wheels are manufactured to NCR specifications by BST.
Adjustable NCR rear sets in Al 7075 and titanium, passenger peg support in titanium, custom gas cap by NCR
in Al7075, billet NCR CORSE fork bottoms and fully adjustable triple clamps in avionic aluminum. Adjustable
ride height adjuster and rear single sided flange in aluminum.
More power and even less weight?
Well, how about even more power and even less weight??
For customers that want even more performance, NCR Corse offers two racing kits:
· NCR Corse kit to transform the Ducati 1100 engine to 1160cc (for racing use only): 125 Hp
· or a NCR complete racing engine NCR Corse 1200 with a billet crank, titanium rods and valves and many
many other items to increase power by 42 Hp and reduce weight a further 11,5 kg (25 lbs)!!

Now imagine more NCR magic with the new NCR Corse 1200cc race engine with 132 hp and further driving
down the weight to 137 kg (300 lbs) thanks to the NCR CORSE racing exhaust system in titanium and the NCR
CORSE carbon fiber slipper clutch produced by AP Racing.
This attention to detail results in a street legal motorcycle that is hyperLIGHT, hyperFUN and hyperCOMPETITIVE.
How is that for Hyper-exclusivity, Hyper-passion and Hyper-Uniqueness... the NCR LEGGERA?
The NCR LEGGERA with the NCR CORSE engine kits and with the NCR CORSE pipes in titanium is for racing
use only.
Regardless of the appetite and goals, the NCR Store has all the parts you need to customize your own Ducati.
Visit www.ncrstore.com or www.ncrfactory.com
NCR LEGGERA – Race in summary
Technical Specifications
Starting from: $46,200 US ($66,500 US as shown in Milan)
WEIGHT: 307 Lbs (140 kg)
FRAME: Trellis frame made entirely of Grade 9 Titanium. Weight: 4,8 Kg (10.6 lbs)
MOTOR: NCR-Ducati CORSE 1200, 132 Hp (42 hp more than stock), torque 95 lbs-ft of torque at the crankshaft.
CLUTCH: Slipper clutch designed by NCR
EXHAUST: Complete competition exhaust in titanium and carbon fiber design by NCR and built by Zard (weight:
10 lbs – 4.5 Kg)
For more info, please visit www.ncrfactory.com

11-03-2007, 07:37 PM
that is nuts . 307 lbs and 132 horse's a HM is a wheelie machine at stock now make it lighter and give it more power WOW . who ever buys one of these sweet bikes will have a really special motorcycle on there hands . I will be jelous of them

11-06-2007, 11:57 AM
Here are a few more pics of this sweet ride!!


Even the gas cap is "the new hotness"!!!



11-06-2007, 12:01 PM
The color is......................so conservative.

11-06-2007, 12:07 PM
That is SO hot, too bad it costs an arm and a leg :(

11-06-2007, 12:07 PM
The color is......................so conservative.

Maybe it's to be more stealthy while you're wheelie'ing past LEO's. :happy57:

11-06-2007, 12:13 PM
That is SO hot, too bad it costs an arm and a leg :(

Like who's going to give you $66,500 for one of your arms and legs? :whistling:


11-06-2007, 12:17 PM

Like who's going to give you $66,500 for one of your arms and legs? :whistling:

:peepwall:maybe if I throw in a kidney as well :eek:

11-06-2007, 12:27 PM

Like who's going to give you $66,500 for one of your arms and legs? :whistling:



The Brit
11-06-2007, 01:14 PM
Seems to me that they left a bunch o'junk on there that would lighten the bike up even more... Example the licence plate bracket is way over engineered for its purpose... unless it was intended to be a bumper?

I'd like that exhaust system for my bike though...

11-06-2007, 01:58 PM
Those NCR guys have made a nice little market for themselves -- take great bikes, make them even better, then sell them up to 5 times the original price. Although I bet they still have pretty modest margins.