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Top Speed 2019 Ducati Buying Guide

Top Speed 2019 Ducati Buying Guide

The 2019 Ducati Lineup Explained

Ducati is among the top names to come out of Europe’s Boot, and is easily the sexiest marque on the market, inasmuch as a machine can have a sensuous nature. The builders in Bologna are also famous for their signature Desmodromic valvetrain and top-notch ride-quality electronics that deliver high-performance along with the safety systems to help you maintain control over the power. While the company made its name on the street and covers most of the blacktop bases, it dabbles in the dirt with an adventure-bike line and an entire Scrambler sub-division to round out the selection.

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10 Things Every Enthusiast Should Know About Ducati

10 Things Every Enthusiast Should Know About Ducati

Italy’s most famous motorcycle manufacturer has had an illustrious history

Ducati is the Ferrari of the motorcycling world. The bright red bikes from Bologna have defined Italian engineering just as much as the famous four-wheeled creations from Lamborghini, Maserati, and Ferrari and remain some of the most exotic and desirable motorcycles money can buy. Despite mass production, Ducatis retain an air of exclusivity that Japanese brands can only dream about.

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Drag Race: Is A Ducati Streetfighter V4 Faster Than A Honda CBR1000RR?

Drag Race: Is A Ducati Streetfighter V4 Faster Than A Honda CBR1000RR?

The Ducati Streetfighter V4 makes more power and weighs less than the CBR. But is it enough to win?

The Ducati Streetfighter V4 is arguably the fastest naked motorcycle on the market right now. It not only makes crazy numbers but comes laden with wings and top-shelf electronics to help you churn out every ounce of performance available.

Even after all this, though, many still believe it’s simply not fast enough to keep up with a 1000cc faired sportbike. So we did some digging and came across a drag race between a Streetfighter V4 and a Honda CBR1000RR SP that will help find out whether the aforementioned statement is true.

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2023 Ducati Monster SP And Panigale V4 R On The Horizon

2023 Ducati Monster SP And Panigale V4 R On The Horizon

The Monster’s SP variant could bring with it Ohlins suspension and Marchesini wheels

Ducati recently announced its plans to unveil seven new motorcycles via seven world premieres starting from September 2, 2022, and, as expected, the Panigale-maker is tight-lipped about what’s what.

However, a type-approval document filed by Ducati reveals that one of the seven motorcycles will be the Monster SP. The document, filed last week in Australia, lists three Monster variants - Monster, Monster +, and Monster SP. The first two are already part of Ducati’s portfolio, making the SP the newest addition.

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2022 Ducati Hypermotard 950 - Performance, Price, and Photos

2022 Ducati Hypermotard 950 - Performance, Price, and Photos

A new look, lighter weight, improved technology, and more horsepower add up to more fun

Ducati revamped its Hypermotard range ahead of MY22 with the 950 and 950 SP to replace its outgoing Hypermotard 950 models. The new 950 borrows from the supermotard world for general design The 950 dropped some weight compared to its predecessor and replaced it with ponies for greater performance across the board. The “SP” comes with top-shelf suspension and wheels, plus an expanded electronics suite and carbon fiber components to sweeten the deal and new race-born livery.

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Where Can Andrea Dovizioso Go After MotoGP Retirement?

Where Can Andrea Dovizioso Go After MotoGP Retirement?

The ex-Ducati rider has announced a shocking premature retirement from the 2022 season

Following his previous comment about retirement, Andrea Dovizioso has officially announced that he will take premature retirement from MotoGP after the Misano round, without even completing the full year. For those of you who don’t know, this is Dovi’s second retirement from MotoGP as he announced a sabbatical in 2020 and returned to the scene in 2022.

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Ducati DesertX Becomes Lighter, Faster, & More Powerful Thanks To SC-Project

Ducati DesertX Becomes Lighter, Faster, & More Powerful Thanks To SC-Project

The SC-Project Rally Raid exhaust adds 1.5 horsepower and 1.2Nm

The DesertX is Ducati’s first proper off-roader in a long time. It has gained attention globally from enthusiasts, potential customers, and even famous accessory giants like SC-Project. As a result, the renowned exhaust maker has unveiled the Rally Raid muffler for the DesertX, which helps you make the bike even more fun.

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Feast Your Eyes on The World's Lightest Superbike

Feast Your Eyes on The World’s Lightest Superbike

The #354 of the 500 Ducati 1199 Superleggeras is up for sale at Bring A Trailer

Ducati has always chased perfection and in the process, it has given the world some mind-boggling motorcycles. A prime example of this is the 1199 Panigale Superleggera which wore the crown for the world’s lightest superbike back in 2014. As you’d expect, the Superleggera was a limited affair (500 units only), each one commanding an insane price tag of $65,000.

However, if you’re still drooling over this masterpiece even after eight years, you can get a pristine low-mile 1199 Superleggera for a steal. How? Well, all thanks to Bring A Trailer.

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SOLD OUT: All Ducati Panigale V4 S Used In World Ducati Week Fly Off Shelves

SOLD OUT: All Ducati Panigale V4 S Used In World Ducati Week Fly Off Shelves

The same bikes ridden by your favorite MotoGP and WSBK racers!

The 2022 World Ducati Week was an exciting affair and a lot of the credit goes to the epic Race Of Champions. The race saw all Ducati riders (across various championships) lock horns at Misano aboard Panigale V4s and V2s with bespoke race bike graphics. Post the race, all Panigale V4 S’ were put on sale to the public and as you’d expect, all bikes flew off the shelves within a few hours.

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TOP SECRET: 2023 Ducati Scrambler Is Ready But You Can't See It

TOP SECRET: 2023 Ducati Scrambler Is Ready But You Can’t See It

It will feature upgrades to the electronics, underpinnings, and design

Ducati is arguably the biggest European motorcycle brand and more often than, giants like Ducati have traditions they keep close to their hearts. One such Ducati tradition is the annual World Ducati Week (WDW) where Ducatistis from all over the world (including MotoGP racers) gather, pop a beer or two, and have the time of their lives.

Part of this tradition is also Ducati’s secret room where the Bologna giant gives a sneak peek of its upcoming motorcycles to its loyalists. Staying true to this, Ducati has now showcased the soon-to-arrive 2023 Scrambler with a slew of updates this year, as reported by multiple trustable European publications such as Moto.it.

Understandably, the Italian moniker didn’t allow any pictures or videos of the new model, so we’ll resort to the 2022 model.

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2022 Ducati Diavel 1260 - Performance, Price, and Photos

2022 Ducati Diavel 1260 - Performance, Price, and Photos

The Diavel 1260 and 1260 S rock a Testastretta L-Twin with Ducati’s hot new variable-timing

Italian powerhouse Ducati hit MY2019 with an all-new pair of Diavel models for the sport-naked sector, the Diavel 1260 and 1260 S. Both toe the family line for aesthetics, and they run the same Testastretta powerplant. Performance and safety go hand-in-hand with a number of top-shelf electronic goodies to help you keep all that power under control. These bikes are truly rolling tributes to Ducati’s ingenuity, and the best is under the hood hidden away from plain sight.

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The Chinese Clone Of The Ducati Scrambler Is So Bad, It'll Give You Nightmares

The Chinese Clone Of The Ducati Scrambler Is So Bad, It’ll Give You Nightmares

Dubbed the Pony 150F, this motorcycle is a Ducati Scrambler for the people who can’t afford one

After cloning American cruisers like the Harley-Davidson Iron 883 and the Indian Scout Bobber, the Chinese have now shifted focus to the Italian giant Ducati. The result isn’t a Chinese Panigale or a Streetfighter (because it’s already been done), instead, it’s a cheapskate 150cc iteration of the Ducati Scrambler hailing from China’s Jialing Group.

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2022 Ducati Streetfighter V4 SP - Performance, Price, and Photos

2022 Ducati Streetfighter V4 SP - Performance, Price, and Photos

Built for the track, it’s faster than the V4 S ever hoped to be

Ducati expands its Streetfighter V4 range with the addition of the Sport Production “SP” model ahead of MY2022. Racing livery and wind tunnel-tested bodywork wrap up the package. Under the skin, a Desmosedici Stradale serves as the beating heart with over 200 ponies on tap. Top shelf suspension and ride-control electronics complete the package, and overall, it sits at the head of the table for the Streetfighter family.

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2003 Ducati 999R FILA Edition Is A Timeless Beauty You Can Take Home, Flaunt, & Cherish Forever

2003 Ducati 999R FILA Edition Is A Timeless Beauty You Can Take Home, Flaunt, & Cherish Forever

#17 out of the 200 Ducati 999R FILA editions ever produced

Ducati has had an illustrious racing career (which is still going strong) and has always celebrated its success with gorgeous special edition models. Case in context here is the Ducati 999R FILA edition which came out to mark the company’s 200th win in WSBK.

Accordingly, only 200 examples went into production throughout the world, making it an exquisite, hard-to-get affair. Lucky for you, though, there’s one available at Iconic Motorbike Auctions waiting for you to take it home, flaunt around, and cherish forever.

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