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On Any Moto Takes Over Closed Ducati Dealership in Arizona

On Any Moto recently held a grand opening to celebrate its new location for their Italian brands that include Ducati, Aprilia and others. The dealership acquired the assets of Renaissance Motorcycles, which closed in December 2016 after 40 years in business.

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On Any Moto recently held a grand opening to celebrate its new location for their Italian brands that include Ducati, Aprilia and others. The dealership acquired the assets of Renaissance Motorcycles, which closed in December 2016 after 40 years in business.

On Any Moto partner and general manager, Michael Battaglia told Tuscon.com that he worked for Renaissance Motorcycles owner Steve Spreter when he first moved to Tucson in 2006 and started the local Ducati owners club. Battaglia said he started On Any Moto after trying to buy Renaissance, and 10 years later when he heard Spreter was retiring, he jumped at the chance.

“Tucson Italian moto enthusiasts still have a place to go that has lineage and connection to the past 40 years,” said Battaglia.

On Any Moto have also inked dealership agreements with many of Renaissance’s former brands such as Ducati, Aprilia, MV Agusta and Moto Guzzi, Vespa and Piaggio. The company is also a dealer for Beta and Zero Motorcycles.

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