#MAKINGFRAMEHISTORYSINCE1952 Cucciolo frame was patented by Verlicchi in the 1950’s. This was one of the first job of Riccardo Pierobon in Verlicchi, where he was hired by as Mechanical Technical Expert. (In the picture Riccardo Pierobon and his family. Riccardo is riding his Cucciolo, he's the guy without the hat)
The stand, realized in aluminium alloy, has been designed and developed for use at racetrack. It provides two lateral supports for the front brake calipers and one for the front wheel axle. The pin is fitted on high performences bearings. Its special shape, based on a patent filed, facilitates the fitting and removal of the front wheel.
Do you sell an adapter thing for Ducati that don't have a hole for the pin to go in. As I've bought the fg gubellini adapter and its pointless as the stand just rests on the 999/749 headlamp casing and not on the adapter thing under the yoke at all. And the headlamp casing isn't supposed to support half the weight of the bike.
Fai anche la versione da usare sulle tamburini che non hanno il foro sotto la piastra di sterzo