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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
 

There is a tongue-in-cheek joke amongst moto-journalists when it comes to new MV Agusta models: that each new machine is "the best motorcycle yet" from the Italian brand. The unspoken punchline of course is that each new model has such an incredibly low bar to surpass, that it is a relatively... 

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... 

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... 

Editor Score:92.75% Engine 19.5/20 Suspension/Handling 14.5/15 Transmission/Clutch 9.25/10 Brakes 9.25/10 Instruments/Controls 4.25/5 Ergonomics/Comfort 9.5/10 Appearance/Quality 8.5/10 Desirability 9.0/10 Value 9.0/10 Overall Score 92.75/100 One year and a handful of months ago I was returning... 

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... 

The letter R has a long and glorious history with Ducati. Denoting Racing, it has stood atop a pedestal high above the base and S (for Sport) models in the superbike, sport-touring and even naked families. R models traditionally come with a raft of upgrades and a correspondingly higher price... 

After months of intrigue as to where the British rider would land for the 2014 MotoGP Championship, Cal Crutchlow has reportedly signed a two-year deal with Ducati Corse. Taking the seat of the departing Nicky Hayden, Cal Crutchlow has finally bagged the factory position that he has been adamant...