Which umbrella do you prefer ?

16 Phillip Island Australia 2012 MotoGP
13 Phillip Island Australia 2012 MotoGP
39 Phillip Island Australia 2011 MotoGP
1 Aragon 2011 MotoGP
28 Misano Circuit San Marino 2011 MotoGP
15 Indianapolis 2010 MotoGP
7 Sepang Circuit Malaysia 2009 MotoGP
14 Jerez Spain 2009 MotoGP
7 Indianapolis 2008 MotoGP
11 Catalunya 2008 MotoGP
8 Phillip Island Australia 2007 MotoGP
17 Estoril Circuit Portugal 2007 MotoGP
13 Misano Circuit San Marino 2007 MotoGP
12 Laguna Seca United States 2007 MotoGP
59 Jerez Spain 2007 MotoGP
31 Losail Circuit Qatar 2007 MotoGP
13 Valencia 2006 MotoGP
17 Estoril Circuit Portugal 2006 MotoGP
2 Estoril Circuit Portugal 2006 MotoGP
13 Sepang Circuit Malaysia 2006 MotoGP
16 Sachsenring Germany 2006 MotoGP
16 Donington Park Great Britain 2006 MotoGP
31 Donington Park Great Britain 2005 MotoGP
36 Nelson Piquet Rio 2004 MotoGP
 

Ride Review: Ducati Monster 1200 S

Ride Review: Ducati Monster 1200 S

Over the last 20 years Ducati sold more than 275,000 Monsters, and now the Italians introduce an all-new 1,200cc version, which will make it not only the most powerful but also the heaviest Monster of the past couple of decades. The 461 lbs (wet with a 90% tank of gas) beast will replace the...

Published on February 25 2014, 20:17
Source: www.asphaltandrubber.com
 

Ducati intends for the Multistrada 1200 Enduro to take you further off the beaten path than any Multistrada that's come before it. More than 266 new or updated parts have gone into making that happen. The world is too big and beautiful a place to not continually be exploring, and with its... 

Editor Score:88.5% Engine 18/20 Suspension/Handling 13.75/15 Transmission/Clutch 9/10 Brakes 8.5/10 Instruments/Controls 4.75/5 Ergonomics/Comfort 9.5/10 Appearance/Quality 9.5/10 Desirability 8/10 Value 7.5/10 Overall Score 88.5/100 Ah, the Monster S4R, what an immaculate motorcycle it was. The... 

Triumph have been producing a bike called a Tiger since 1937 or so, and while it has morphed a lot over that time, it has always had an adventurous travel quality. Ted Simon wrote Jupiter's Travels about his ride around the world on his Tiger, so one could understand if Triumph didn't want to... 

The new-for-2016, 160-horsepower Ducati Monster 1200 R is the most powerful Monster ever. Photography by Milagro Few motorcycles have been as successful, iconic and diverse as the Ducati Monster. Over its 23-year history, Il Mostro has come in a range of sizes, from the diminutive 398cc M400... 

Editor Score:90.0% Engine 19.25/20 Suspension/Handling 14.0/15 Transmission/Clutch 8.5/10 Brakes 9.75/10 Instruments/Controls 4.75/5 Ergonomics/Comfort 9.0/10 Appearance/Quality 9.0/10 Desirability 8.25/10 Value 7.5/10 Overall Score 90/100 Then again, if the stats are true and 30% of its... 

Editor Score:80.75% Engine 18.75/20 Suspension/Handling 12.5/15 Transmission/Clutch 8.5/10 Brakes 8.0/10 Instruments/Controls 3.5/5 Ergonomics/Comfort 7.0/10 Appearance/Quality 8.0/10 Desirability 8.0/10 Value 6.5/10 Overall Score 80.75/100 Since the launch of Ducati's Monster 1200 S ($15,995)... 

Ducati experimented with separating its air-cooled and liquid-cooled naked bike lines, returning the Monster to its simple roots and air-cooling. Meanwhile, the engines with radiators were stuffed into a new model, dubbed "Streetfighter," and given a completely fresh facelift. Reaction to the...