Based in Bologna, Italy, Ducati was a radio manufacturer before entering motorcycle production after the end of the Second World War. Known at first for its sporty line of lightweight single-cylinder bikes, Ducati hit its stride in the early 1970s with its V-Twin sportbikes that were the pinnacle in their era. Following some financial instability in the 1990s, Ducati currently produces several desirable racing-inspired motorcycles. All current Ducatis are built with signature steel trellis frames and 90-degree V-Twin motors. It also has a rich racing history with particular dominance in World Superbike competition. Ducati offers sophisticated bikes in various distinct market segments: Superbike, Supersport, Monster, Multistrada, SportClassic and Hypermotard.
The principality of Monaco is an imbecilic location for a motorcycle ride. After all, the independent microstate on the French Riviera isn’t even
Motorcycle.com is on the scene in fabulous Monaco for the media launch of the upgraded Ducati Monster 1200
If you’re in the market for a brand new, 100-horsepower, street-legal dirtbike, Ducati’s Hypermotard 939 and Hypermotard 939 SP are pretty much the only game in town.
A newish Monster 1200 was launched at EICMA today, boasting a sleeker fuel tank, a redesigned tail section, and an all-new headlight
Maybe the closest thing to a dirtbike we’ll see from Ducati
The 2017 Monster 797 borrows the air-cooled 803cc L-Twin from Ducati’s Scrambler models and repackages it for use in its newest naked.
Ducati capped off its 2016 EICMA presentation with a
An Italian interpretation of a British theme
If you missed Ducati’s live-streaming event from Milan this morning,
We’re just days away from the 2016 edition of EICMA, the world’s largest motorcycle show. As usual, Ducati opens up the
Ducati seems to be ready to launch a new version of its limited-edition halo superbike, the Superleggera.
This test isn’t strictly about the performance – it’s about emotions.
Ducati introduced a new 937cc SuperSport, adding a new street-based sportbike to its roster to go alongside with the more track-focused Panigale line
The introduction of Honda’s new Africa Twin has the potential of re-racking the pecking order in motorcycling’s hottest category: adventure touring.