Ducati CEO Claudio Domenicali presented his Bologna, Italy-based company’s new line of streetbike at the INTERMOT motor show in Cologne, Germany during the press event on October 4th, 2016. Officially dubbed the “SuperSport,” this new line is built for sportbike fans who are looking for that definitive Ducati style with a somewhat relaxed and easy-to-get-along-with demeanor.

Continue reading for more information on the Ducati SuperSport stable.

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Ducati Reveals New SuperSport Line
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A modernization of SuperSport models from years past and powered by a twin-cylinder Testastretta engine, the new SuperSports come with three Riding Modes that allow the ride to spice up or sedate the power delivery to suit themselves, and the Ducati Safety Pack brings ABS and traction control to the table. The SuperSport “S” adds adjustable suspension from Öhlins and a quickshift function for riders who want more of a race-tastic experience out of their ride.

Once the dust settles and the show is over, I am going take a more in-depth look at this new piece of Ducatisti bait with a full review, but for now I am cautiously excited about this new family.

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TJ Hinton
TJ Hinton
T.J got an early start from his father and other family members who owned and rode motorcycles, and by helping with various mechanical repairs throughout childhood. That planted a seed that grew into a well-rounded appreciation of all things mechanical, and eventually, into a formal education of same. Though primarily a Harley rider, he has an appreciation for all sorts of bikes and doesn't discriminate against any particular brand or region of origin. He currently holds an Associate's degree in applied mechanical science from his time at the M.M.I.  Read full bio
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