DESMO


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DESMODucati Enthusiast Sport Motorcycle Organization
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At DESMO, we are passionate about building the foundation of your life pursuits through financial planning and coaching.
Superbike manufacturers, too, encourage the growth of biking communities using their products - if Ducati has its Desmo Owners Club, Truimph has Riders Association of Triumph (RAT) while BMW has Motorrad.
The next round of the Ducati Desmo Due Championship takes place in Pembrey, Wales, this weekend and will be shown on Motors TV.
10 March 2011 - Indian rating agency CRISIL yesterday downgraded the rating on a cash credit of Desmo Exports Ltd to BB/"stable" from BB+/"stable" and reaffirmed the rating on a letter of credit of the company at P4+
The Ducati GT 1000 is the best option for on-the-road class with respect to the all-important comfort of the ride, and with Desmo performance to boot.
A new management team was installed in 2003 and they set to work building upon Ducati's history with a series of retro motorcycles, including one based off the 750 Imola Desmo Paul Smart rode to victory at the Imola 200 in 1972.
The Scrambler Icon that we look at here features a smooth and flexible Monster 796 derived Desmo engine that is ideally suited to the daily urban assault course or 'commuting' as it is more commonly referred to these days.
The entire collection which includes both Roof Boxer V8 and Roof Desmo helmets can be viewed at: http://www.burnoutitaly.com/roof-boxer-v8-helmets and http://www.burnoutitaly.com/roof-desmo-helmets .
There'll also be racing at the circuit during the event, with Italy's Ducati Desmo Challenge and the UK's Ducati 848 Challenge holding rounds taking place.
Pure riding pleasure is guaranteed with super-light and agile handling characteristics combined with the exceptional torque of the Desmo engine and the dependable competition-level braking system.
Eli Luberoff, founder and CEO of the math education company Desmos.
The term desmoid was coined by Muller in 1838 and is derived from the Greek word desmos, which means tendon-like.