The latest Ducati Monster 1200 has been sharpened considerably. More power, better power delivery, vastly improved footrest / riding position and much more minimalistic with regard to design. The Monster 1200 is more of a Monster now than ever before. Now boasting the same 150 bhp as it's brother the 1200 S.
The Ducati Monster 1200 R at 160 BHP is not for the feint hearted. It is also the most powerful naked bike that Ducati have produced to date. That being said, the ride modes allow the rider to enjoy full on Sports mode, a more placid Touring mode or a heavily subdued Urban mode. Try it for yourself.
The Monster 1200S, as per it's standard version has seen considerable changes. A minimalistic design with improved power, power delivery, seating/footrest improvements and for the "S" version, upgraded M50 brake calipers, Ohlins suspension front and rear and a quickshifter for both up and down shifts. What a bike!
Ducati's Monster 797 fills a void in the Monster range. An air cooled undaunting engine in a lower seat height chassis that will build rider confidence as soon as a leg is thrown over it. The design requisite: An unintimidating all round fun package.
Ducati's Monster 797 Plus features a distinctive look. As per the 797 with the addition of colour coded headlight fairing and a sporty seat cowl. The air cooled undaunting engine in a lower seat height chassis will build rider confidence as soon as a leg is thrown over it. The design requisite: An unintimidating all round fun package.
The Monster 821 is the smallest of the water cooled Monster range. With its lightweight chassis and 112bhp engine it offers a fun and punchy ride. Ride/Power modes and the Ducati safety pack of traction control and ABS makes this is a great entry into the world of Ducati
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