Ducati Monster

Ducati Monster

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Having released the official photos of the 2009 Ducati Monster 1100 only a few days ago, the Italian house now launches the first official video in order to keep fans hooked in expectancy of the Intermot show in Cologne a week from now.

The bike is expected to be a huge success in Europe and, as you can see, the action takes place on winding roads of the old continent.


Source: motoflash
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This summer we presented to you the “Best way to run for your life ”, but this new post is not about running, but all about camouflaging and easily making your way through the urban jungle.

A feline among motorcycles, this unique approach towards a Ducati Monster can seem the result of inspiring paintjob, but taking a look closer you’ll notice how the gummy gas tank stands for the chest and the rear end for the butt. Everything in between is also meant to copy the shape of a tiger. The nicest touch is indeed the long tail, but I also like to think that the dual exhaust system is meant to look like the beast’s feet in full stretch in a chase for prey. Even the sidestand has the shape of a paw!

By this time you must be wondering if the bike’s name isn’t by any chance Shere Khan and the lucky owner is Mowgli, but I would have to disappoint you by saying that it was simply called the Ducati Tiger and the lucky owner is named Steve Metz.

Source: motoblog
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Is the Ducati range about to add another member to the already impressive number? Apparently, the Italian maker prepares an ultimate version of the Monster, one that will be powered by a 1098cc twin-cylinder engine and blow everything away with its extreme design. Colors will be Red, Black and White but, more important, Marchesini provides the forks and Brembo the brakes. Wait and see what happens, but we already know that nothing can go wrong with such a project. At least, there are no clues to reflect that.

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Ducati will dedicate a whole week to its new Monster 696 model starting the 10th of May and ending on the 17th. As it was named, the “Open Week”, plans on being the best opportunity for fans to try the new naked bike, going from the nearest dealer among those members. Even though completely redesigned and reengineered, the Monster 696 manages to retain its unique look, character and feel that have had the defining role in its great presence on the world’s market along these years. So what (...)
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Ducati presents two new color options for the also new Monster 696 a modern naked best characterized by agility, performance and especially Italian styling. In order to better show the bike’s fine lines, the manufacturer decided that apart from the traditional Ducati Red, the Monster should also feature the Pearl White and Dark Black paintjobs. The Pearl White paintjob, already seen on the 848 Superbike makes the bike’s sinuous lines stand out even more and plans on increasing the (...)
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Ducati fans and owners who live in the Pacific Northwest got a surprise visitor this week—the all new 2008 Monster 696. The motorcycle was shipped directly from Italy via special airfreight and is scheduled to be on display at the Seattle International Motorcycle Show and featured in the Ducati booth. Prior to being placed in the show, the motorcycle visited three area dealerships, much to the delight of hundreds of Ducati owners and enthusiasts. The first dealership to show the bike was (...)
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Revealed to the world 11 days ago at the 65th International Motorcycle Exhibition in Milan, the next generation Monster 696 will make its first North American appearance at three select Northwest Ducati dealerships during the week leading up to the Seattle round of the Cycle World International Motorcycle Shows. The Monster 696 is here! The focus of thousands of internet forum postings and endless hours of discussion since its unveiling, the time for speculation is over—the 696 must be (...)

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WELCOME TO THE MONSTER FAMILY.
The 620 is the perfect introduction to the Monster family: its classic, minimalist style expresses the philosophy that has won over a generation of riders. The Monster 620 can satisfy the needs of a wide range of motorcyclists, thanks to features that make it easy to ride and own, like a low seat height, a comfortable riding position and low maintenance costs.


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