- Torque @ RPM:
- 65 @ 7750
Ducati has revealed its new 2013 Hypermotard at the EICMA Motor Show. The new bike is powered by a 821 cc Testastretta 11° DS v-twin engine which features a longer stroke and a smaller bore than what you’d usually find among the 848 cc bikes. The unit cranks out 110 hp and 65.8 lbs.ft of torque at 7750 rpm and needs to deal with a weight of only 436.5 lbs, so you can expect to a mind-blowing speed and a groundbreaking acceleration.
The new Ducati Hypermotard is available in two trim levels, namely the base model and the SP. The standard version features Kayaba 43 mm USD forks with 6.7 inches of travel and Sachs rear shock with preload and rebound adjustments with 5.9 inches of travel.
On the other hand, the SP model comes with fully adjustable 50mm Marzocchi forks with 7.3 inches of travel, and an Öhlins rear shock with 6.9 inches of travel. The SP also comes with forged Marchesini wheels, aluminum handlebars and a special paint job.
Both versions come with Brembo monobloc M4-32 brakes, three riding modes (Race, Sport, & Wet), ride-by-wire throttle control, ABS brakes and Ducati Traction Control (DTC).
The 2013 Ducati Hypermotard costs $11,995, while the SP version is priced at $14,695.
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When the Ducati Hypermotard was unveiled at the 2005 EICMA in Milan, it won best of the show.
The supermoto-styled machine had Ducati’s popular formula - high horespower from the 1078cc air-cooled, two-valve L-Twin, combined with lowe weight of just under 400 lbs.
The bike, which had its first model year in 2007, was a huge hit for Ducati. The bike remained relatively unchanged through 2012, except for Ducati offering a 796 version from 2009 on and the 1100EVO.
But Ducati has totally revised the Hypermotard for 2013, offering the bike in three versions that all feature a brand new 821cc Testastretta 11-degree engine - the Hypermotard, the Hypermotard SP and the mid-range tourer, the Hyperstrada. Dropped from the Hypermotard line is the 1100EVO.
The 110-horsepower 821cc engine is a totally new design that doesn’t need valve checks until 18,641 miles (30,000 kilometers). In addition to a new engine, the 2013 Ducati Hypermotard lineup includes the Ducati Safety Package of three-level ABS, eight-level Ducati Traction Control, and integrated Riding Modes.
High ground-clearance combined with a thin waistline and commanding riding positions gives the rider an instant Supermotard feeling, with the added luxury of latest street bike comfort and component quality. While the Hyperstrada is ideal for dominating the every-day urban or long distance commute, the Hypermotard and track-ready Hypermotard SP are intended for the extreme rider who demands the very highest performance.
The new range takes the Hypermotard concept into the future with refined design and user-friendly technologies that will enhance its enjoyment to a wider range of riders.
2013 Ducati Hypermotard
The Hypermotard moves into the next generation with a brilliantly designed and engineered motorcycle that introduces a new 110hp liquid-cooled engine and improved ergonomics, while maintaining its incredibly compact and minimalist character.
Providing ideal access to this exciting family, the Hypermotard integrates the Ducati Riding Modes of Sport (110hp - High), Touring (110hp - Medium) and Urban (75hp - Low) with the Ducati Safety Pack of ABS and DTC to become a thrilling motorcycle for everyday use and the ideal choice for the urban commute.
Weighing in with an impressive dry weight of 175kg (385.8lb), the new generation Hypermotard’s attention to the "ergonomic triangle" of handlebars, seat and footrests, provides an even more commanding riding position, with bars moving further forward and higher up, and the footpegs a comfort-enhancing move further forward.
Front suspension is taken care of with 43mm Kayaba usd forks, providing a stroke of 170mm (6.7in) and gripped by clamps in cast aluminum fitted with rubber-mounted bar-risers for the chromed steel handlebars.
Rear suspension duties are managed by a single Sachs rear shock absorber with rebound damping and spring preload adjustment. It operates with a brand new and beautifully engineered aluminum, single-sided swingarm, offering 150mm (5.9in) of rear wheel travel.
The Hypermotard is fitted with Pirelli Diablo Rosso II tyres in 120/70 x 17 for the front and 180/55 x 17 for the rear, mounted on latest generation 10-spoke 1199 Panigale-style cast aluminum wheels with 3.5in front and 5.5 rear rim widths. The Hypermotard is finished in Ducati red or dark stealth with a red Trellis frame and black wheels.
Hypermotard MSRP: $11,995
2013 Hypermotard SP
The spectacular, track-ready Hypermotard SP takes everything offered by the Hypermotard and raises its technical specification for accomplished riders who enjoy a full performance-oriented ride, further enhanced with the DSP combination of ABS and DTC.
In true competition style, the SP gets the 1199 Panigale Riding Modes of Race (110hp - High), Sport (110hp - Medium) and Wet (75hp - Low) and longer, top-of-the-range suspension gives a true supermotard stance, increasing ground clearance to 210mm (8.3in) and enabling a thrilling 47.5° of available lean-angle for maximum enjoyment.
The SP is equipped with fully adjustable, pressurized Marzocchi usd forks that feature hard-anodized aluminum sliders. The state-of-the-art lightweight forks are provide professional, precise and high- performance handling with an increased stroke of 185mm (7.3in) as well as excellent feed-back through the aluminum, tapered handle bars. The rear suspension is equally as high-end with a stunning, fully adjustable Öhlins rear shock with integrated "piggy back" reservoir providing 175mm (6.9in) of rear wheel travel.
Naturally, the Hypermotard "SP" is fitted with Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa "SP" tyres in 120/70 x 17 for the front and 180/55 x 17 for the rear and is equipped with super lightweight 1199 Panigale S-style triple three-spoke forged aluminum wheels by Marchesini, further underlining the SP’s focus on high performance.
Additional components special to the SP are front mudguard and cam-belt covers in carbon fibre, radial front master cylinder with 5-point adjustable lever and dedicated seat with specially textured surface and horizontally stitched panels for enhanced grip. This impressive specification combines to achieve a dry weight of just 171kg (377lb) and the competition-like set-up gives the Hypermotard SP a seat height of 890mm (35in) with an accessory seat offering a reduction of 20mm (0.78in) if required. The Hypermotard SP is finished in the Ducati Corse livery of red white and black with grey separating features and a red Trellis frame. The Marchesini wheels are in black and sport the signature red-pin stripe.
Hypermotard SP MSRP: $14,695