We were fortunate enough to be asked to transport a Ducati MH900e from the Philadelphia area to the Lower Atlantic Region. There are only 2,000 of these bikes in the world (2,000 units produced for the new Millennium). For those of you who are not familiar with this machine, it is basically a concept bike designed by Pierre Terblanche. It is a true work of art! In essence, it brings together the past and present by coupling a renaissance period motorcycle design (Italian and English) with state-of-the-art engine and chasis technology. The power plant for this machine is the Desmo Twin, an engine design that has defined Ducati since the 1970's. Framing the heart of this bike 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 curves!" The curvaceous body takes styling cues from the original #12 Ducati 900 on display at the Ducati museum in Bologna, Italy. This beautiful bike is a nice departure from the standards of mass production and homogenized offerings we have been programmed to accept.