An accessible off-roader. The Desert Sled has the same 803cc 75hp engine found in all Scramblers, but it’s surrounded by all new parts, including longer forks and suspension, a reinforced frame and Pirelli tires custom made for the bike. Drops 3/2017 for about $11,400.
A stunning collaboration between Ducati and Pirelli, this off-road Scrambler has a custom aluminum fairing, embellished with custom art by Vibrazioni that mimics the tread impressions from its MT 60 RS tires on the sides of its tank.
Bolognese for “devil”, Ducati’s new bike certainly looks demonic. It’s got ample punch with its 162-hp twin-cyl. power plant. We’re especially enamored of the carbon-fiber model with Marchesini wheels.
Featuring a drastic redesign from past editions, the latest 1100 EVO reduces its weight to 379 lbs, and gets a slim-profile 95 hp 1078cc air-cooled engine, which keeps the bike svelte and nimble.
The latest bike from the house of Ducati features a twin-cylinder 140-hp Testastretta engine and Monobloc technology for maximum braking power. The Superbike is super sexy too.
Ducati’s next Monster will have 87 hp, 56 lb/ft of torque, and weigh 367 lb. The new Monster Art body kits will give riders a chance to customize the look of their bikes with ten all-new color choices.
London shop Death Spray Custom has created the Bite project – 3 pieces including a Ducati 1026 based on the memorable shark mouth nose art from the Flying Tigers WWII fighter squadron.
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