Ducati Monster 797
The factory’s traditional trellis frame surrounds a 75-hp L-twin engine, which is complemented by Brembo brakes with ABS, wide handlebars, a low seat height and naked styling. A combination of Sachs and Kayaba suspension, Pirelli rubber and 10-spoke wheels contribute to the Monster 797’s road-handling qualities.
Powering Ducati’s SuperSport is a twin-cylinder 937cc Testastretta engine that delivers a factory-spec 113 hp at 9,000 rpm. This power is delivered through three riding modes, Pirelli rubber, Marzocchi forks and Ducati’s Safety Pack (ABS and traction control). An ‘S’ version has Öhlins suspension, a Quick Shift feature and a rear seat cover.
Ducati Multistrada 950
The new 950 is the smallest member of the Multistrada family but it comes equipped with many similar features including traction control, Bosch ABS, and Pirelli tires. The windscreen is height adjustable and the fuel tank offers 20 litres of capacity. The options list includes panniers, Termigoni exhaust, and an Enduro package.
Ducati Scrambler Café Racer
Ducati’s sub-brand Scrambler line pays tribute to the era of the 1960s with the new Café Racer model. Set up with bar-end mirrors and stacked Termigoni exhaust, the Café Racer is further styled with a cowled seat, teardrop tank, and number plates. An air- and oil-cooled 803cc twin engine provides a factory-spec 75 horsepower.
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