Ducati is taking the Monster lineup back to its roots with the 2017 Monster 797. Its slim fuel tank is reminiscent of the original, Miguel Galluzzi-designed Monsters, and its air-cooled 803cc V-Twin lacks the unsightly hoses and radiators necessary for the more powerful liquid-cooled Monsters, like the Monster 1200S we rode in Monaco. The result is a cleaner, less cluttered-looking Monster with unmistakable heritage mixed with modern technology. Ducati claims 75 horses at the crank for the engine mostly shared with the Scrambler that spat out 70 horses at its rear wheel, which should be plenty to propel this lightweight Monster well into the fun zone at a rapid pace. It may not have the glitz or the glam as its more powerful 1200 sibling, but we think it looks great, and 75 horses are more than enough for us to have a good time.