Born on 15/12/1946 in Benifato, a small town in the Guadalest Valley, Ricardo Fracés grew up in front of a small smithy where he spent hours there as a child, watching the bicycles, motorcycles, radios, clocks, welding the broken pieces, repairing hunting rifles, … Here begins his love for the world of workshops and machines.
With the short age of 13 years and dared to drive a Vespa 125 2nd model, his father, this was in the 60s. At age 18 dreamed of a Derbi Gran Sport 74, but it was only a dream. At the age of 19 he tried to buy a sports motorcycle, the Ducati 125 Sport or the Ducati 200 Elite but for the precarious family economy he had to settle for a Ducati 175 TS, shared with his brother.
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Getting to the Museum
Address: Carretera Callosa d'En Sarriá - Guadalest km 7, 03517, Guadelest (Alicante), Spain, Europe
Coordinates: 38.664738, -0.160074
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