The mini-series ‘Fabio Taglioni – A Life of Passion’ is currently being broadcast on the Ducati website and YouTube channel. The episodes tell the story of the engineer from Romagna, accompanied by exclusive images and videos. Ducati Celebrates Fabio Taglioni: This month was the 100th annivesary of the birth of Ducati design legend Fabio Taglioni. We run down his life highlights.
Fabio Taglioni (Santa Maria in Fabriago, 10 settembre 1920 – Bologna, 18 luglio 2001) è stato un ingegnere italiano; capo progettista della Ducati, nel corso della sua prestigiosa carriera, studiò e perfezionò il sistema a distribuzione desmodromica fino a farlo divenire il principale simbolo tecnico della casa bolognese
Fabio taglioni. Fabio Taglioni, Italian engineer and motorcycle designer (born Sept. 10, 1920, Lugo di Romagna, Italy—died July 18, 2001, Bologna, Italy), during his 35-year career as the chief engineer for the state-owned Ducati (1954–89), transformed that company’s motorcycles from cheap, low-powered scooters that were little more than motorized bicycles into high-priced, high-performance road-racing. Fabio Taglioni, and Ducati motorcycles with him, always remained faithful to a very distinctive philosophy. Even when the whole motorcycle world was going in the direction of bigger-heavier-wider-more-cylinders-more-power, following the economical boom of the 70s, his bikes remained light, thin, simple, efficient. Fabio Taglioni (September 10, 1920 – July 18, 2001) was an Italian engineer.. Born in Lugo di Romagna, he was chief designer and technical director of Ducati from 1954 until 1989. His desmodromic 90° V-twin engine design is still used in all current Ducati motorcycle engines.Among the many race victories of his early desmo twin, the 1978 legendary return of Mike Hailwood at the Isle of Man.
Fabio Taglioni was not an easy character to work with. He did not accept discussion easily. His decisions were decisions, not opinions. He was a heavy smoker and a very temperamental man and, according to those who witnessed, his fits of anger were not something to be forgotten easily. But he was also a man with a passion. Fabio Taglioni muore nel 2001, ma a imperitura memoria rimangono la creatività e l’inventiva di quest’uomo, capace con soli tre elementi di consolidare l’immagine Ducati: il sistema desmodromico, il motore a “L” e il telaio a traliccio. Forme di identificazione con quello che è la parte più nobile, storica e innovativa di Ducati. About Fabio Taglioni His artful mind, his vision focused on design, and a rare talent for knowing how to put innovative ideas to good use, have created a series of ingenious motors which have made Ducati one of the most charismatic and fascinating motorcycles in the world! When Taglioni first arrived in 1954, Ducati was a company that built low-powered motorcycles made for a market which was.
Fabio Taglioni (10 de septiembre de 1920 – 18 de julio de 2001) fue un ingeniero italiano, jefe de diseño de los motores de las motocicletas Ducati a lo largo de la mayor parte de su carrera. Semblanza. Nacido en Lugo di Romagna, fue diseñador jefe y director. Fabio Taglioni, né le 10 septembre 1920 à Lugo di Romagna en Italie et mort le 18 juillet 2001, est un ingénieur italien à l'origine  de toutes les Ducati modernes et des nombreux titres de champion du monde remportés par le constructeur italien.. Fabio Taglioni est entre autres à l'origine de la commande desmodromique en 1957. Son idée était de pallier, lors de surrégimes en. Sono trascorsi ormai cento anni dalla nascita a Lugo dell’ingegner Fabio Taglioni, ritenuto uno dei maggiori progettisti del dopoguerra nel settore delle moto da competizione e di comune impiego, autore di tantissimi progetti, tra cui il telaio a traliccio, il motore a “L” e l’applicazione del sistema desmodromico ai motori Ducati. Sarà forse un caso, ma la Romagna da sempre è.
The life and career of engineer Fabio Taglioni were celebrated with an evening entirely dedicated to his memory on Wednesday, September 9, in the Pavaglione of Lugo di Romagna, his hometown. The event, sponsored by the municipality of Romagna, saw the participation of Ducati in the figure of the Curator of the Ducati Museum Livio Lodi, who. Over the 50 years he spent at Ducati, Fabio Taglioni created a1,000 different projects, including the first trellis frame and L-twin. Ducati celebrates the man. Fabio Taglioni (* 10.September 1920 in Lugo (), Italien; † 18. Juli 2001 in Bologna, Italien) war ein italienischer Motorrad-Konstrukteur.. Nach einem Studium an der Universität Bologna stieg er 1943 als Motorenkonstrukteur in die Rennsportabteilung von Mondial ein, wo er 1954 von Ducati abgeworben wurde. Ducati hatte bereits früh erkannt, dass es sich bei Taglioni um einen äußerst.
The life and career of engineer Fabio Taglioni were celebrated with an evening entirely dedicated to his memory on Wednesday 9 September in the Pavaglione of Lugo di Romagna, his hometown. July 19, 2020 Ducati Mechanical engineer, during his thirty-year career he is the creator of over a thousand projects that have contributed to Ducati’s success in the world. Ducati pays homage to Fabio Taglioni with a miniseries dedicated to the key person in his history, on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of his […] Fabio Taglioni was born on September 10 1920 at Lugo di Romagna, Italy, and graduated as an engineer in 1943. Soon afterwards he began his career as a designer for the Mondial motor-cycle factory.
Fabio Taglioni, and Ducati motorcycles with him, always remained faithful to a very distinctive philosophy. Even when the whole motorcycle world was going in the direction of bigger-heavier-wider-more-cylinders-more-power, following the economical boom of the 70s, his bikes remained light, thin, simple, efficient. Fabio Taglioni gave birth to the famous two-cylinder "L" racing bikes: the 500 Gran Prix and the 750 GT, the forerunner of the modern Ducati maximoto. Great satisfactions and the Ducati legacy Demonstrating Taglioni's good work, Ducati participated in the Imola 200 miglia in 1972, winning first and second place with drivers Paul Smart and Bruno. Fabio Taglioni – A Life of Passion. Un omaggio al leggendario Ingegnere Ducati, Fabio Taglioni. In questa miniserie ripercorriamo la storia dell'evoluzione Ducati dalle mani di Taglioni e delle sue creazioni che hanno forgiato il nostro marchio e ci hanno reso quello che siamo oggi.
Ducati celebrates the 100th birth anniversary of Fabio Taglioni, honouring the memory of the Italian engineer and designer of numerous revolutionary motorcycles. Among his creations is the application of the desmodromic valve system, a technology which Taglioni linked his name with Ducati, and even today the desmodromic valve system is used in. Fabio Taglioni. When he came to Ducati on May 1, 1954, the thirty-three-year- old Fabio Taglioni already had a considerable reputation as a motorcycle engineer. Born on September 10, 1920, Taglioni hailed from Lugo, in the center of the Emilia Romagna region, an area known for its rich automotive engineering tradition. Dr. Fabio Taglioni is principally—and rightfully—remembered for having designed the only desmodromic distribution train that proved so rational, reliable, and consistent, it became a regular.
Fabio Taglioni (San Lorenzo di Lugo, 10th of September 1920 - Bologna, 18th of July 2001) is the man who more than anyone else indissolubly linked his engineer figure to Borgo Panigale's factory.