I suppose the Scramblers are the big money makers for Ducati, but the latest incarnation of the iconic Monster puts most of them to shame. There’s something to be said for constant refinement of a model for over two decades, and a lot more about adhering to the purity of Miguel Galluzzi’s original in the form of an exposed trellis frame, a pair of air-cooled cylinders, and not much else. The attention to detail of what’s there, though, is first class, and the fact that it runs and handles like a serious Ducati is just gelato on the cake.