His motorcycle designs included:
Tamburini's experience within the motorcycle industry began when he attended the world championship race at Monza in 1961. Captivated by the sound of the MV Agusta's four stroke engine ridden by Provini, Tamburini devoted his life to the design of motorcycles.
In 1973, Tamburini was one of three founders of Bimota, but left to join Cagiva in February 1985. In his new position, he designed the now classic Ducati 916. When Cagiva acquired MV Agusta, Tamburini designed the new range.
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