What was once Ducati’s entry level answer to the Harley-Davidson Sportster is now the Italian firm’s most powerful naked to-date. But have the boys in Bologna added enough power? »
CARB documents uncovered this week reveal increases in displacement for the entire Ducati Hyper range and baby Panigale. Because more power. »
Ducati pulled the wraps off their new Ducati Monster 1200 R, which they’re calling the most powerful naked they’ve ever made. More power, better components, and less weight? Yeah, thats sounds like the sorta thing we could be into.
Ducati is finally sharing the first official images of the first of their new 2016 models and think they have something special with the new Ducati Monster 1200 R. If you were looking at buying a KTM Super Duke 1290 in the next few weeks - I might advise you to hold off. »
The Ducati Diavel was the company’s first motorcycle that didn’t put pure performance first. Now, the next iteration seems to have been spied, and it’s looking even more like something you’d ride with no shirt under your leather vest. »
285 Madison Avenue is just another nondescript glass-and-rock box on the island of Manhattan. Except right now, it’s been turned into a cave of wonders filled with some of the sexiest Italian motorcycles of all time. Behold, and fall in love. »
No, Ducati is not offering a new, ultra-exclusive variant of the 1098 called the SPACE RANGER. They should, but that's besides the point. The point is that Suzuki is apparently a stakeholder in the company that makes this 300cc ode to Ducati's superbike. »
If you want to own a decade and a half of Ducati's most sought after superbikes, you could scour Craiglist, comb through eBay, and wade through forums. Or you could just cut a check for $92,500 and get five in one fell swoop. See? Easy. »
My friends and I rounded up four of the best modern classics we could find - a Ducati, a Triumph, a Moto Guzzi and a BMW - and hit the town. »
The reaction to reviews of the new Ducati Scrambler has been…mixed. I think that's partially because us journalists have failed to do it justice and partially because the bike is very misunderstood. So I figured I should take a few minutes and explain it for you.
Chris Cantle's giving the Ducati Scrambler a good work over in California right now, and he sent us this little bit of joy last night. How easy is it to swap the side panels on the bike? Easier then changing the visor on your helmet. Here's what he had to say: »
There was never any doubt the Ducati Scrambler was going to sound good. It's using a variant of the same V-twin as the old Monster 796, which always delivered an unmistakable Italian aria once it was uncorked. But nothing prepared us for the aural delights of the new Duc with its first aftermarket can. Oh yes, the… »
If I'm honest, I'd take this new Ducati Multistrada over the just-announced 1299 Panigale in a heartbeat. I love sports bikes as much as the next leather-clad Power Ranger, but the dual – no, quad – purpose Duc has got a lot going for it. Except for that beak. Damn. And we thought Acura took the cake for worst schnoz. »
Everyone with a keyboard and an opinion has been dissing the new Ducati Scrambler before the first pic landed. Yes, the endless teasers were loathsome, the hipster-driven social media campaign was inane, and I still don't know what the hell this thing was about. But the haters are brand-fellating elitists without a… »
We love the guys at MotoCorsa. They're the Portland Ducati dealer that took the 1199 Panigale S, added some knobby tires, and made a $25k off-roading superbike. But in the process of celebrating their win as the top-selling Ducati dealer in the U.S., they blew the lid of the brand's newest superbike. »
Ducati became the first motorcycle manufacturer to integrate Dainese's D-Air airbag system into one of its bikes earlier this year, and now we get to see how the system handles crashing into one its corporate siblings. »