Ken (Sarge) Purbrick. AKA Mr Pres – has now been riding for 46 year, in that time I have been a social rider & commuter, Military Police Motorcyclist & display team member, tourer extraordinaire having ridden from east to west, north to south (not quite all the way) and lots in the middle, Army and civilian motorcycle riding instructor with a total of three Hondas, three Yamahas, two Kawasaki’s, one Harley and two Ducati’s in the garage. Although my 1995 M 900 Monster was a to die for bike (had her for 20 years before giving her to my daughter) I don’t reckon you can beat my 2013 Diavel Stripe – Red of course.
CDDC Ride Co-ordinator
Ride Co-ordinator Rhys Ban – reformed nerd
I came to Canberra to leave behind a life of web development. I never thought my passion for Italian machinery would land me managing a web presence for anyone! I am keen to make this website the best Ducati Club website in the Australian Capital Territory, and I need you to help me!
If you have a question or idea, contact me below!
CDDC Public Officer
Vale Peter Yeend – Otherwise known as YBAF – Yellow bikes are faster. Every yellow Ducati is far better than any red Ducati. I love riding my much modified 1100S Hypermotard on track @ Phillip Island or on the road over the Australian Alps. 97.5% of my riding is on my Aprilia Sport City 300 in the Canb burbs – any two wheels is better than 4 wheels. I’ve owned 7 Ducatis over 43 years, so my adhesion to the marquee is long & strong. Favourite road – Craig’s road up the eastern side of the Kiewa Valley from Mt Beauty to Tallangatta as well as the Happy Valley way from Running Ck to Ovens in NE Vic.
CDDC Historic Registrar
Michael Fuller. Keen interest in the older Ducatis, and owns a range of Ducati products going back to the 1920’s. Happy to also answer questions on older model Ducati, and having access to a long and large collection of Ducati material a useful reference point for Ducatis in Canberra.
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