New 2021 Ducati Monster Revealed | Specs, details and features | Visordown.com


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New 2021 Ducati Monster Revealed | Specs, details and features | Visordown.com



The 2021 Ducati Monster goes ‘back to its roots’ – according to Ducati – with a fresh new look, a brand-new engine and significant drop in weight… is it the best Monster yet?

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  1. Trellis is cool in a retro sort and I think you can still have it on a Desert Sled. New Monster costs about the same as a Sled with more power/tech and less weight. I like it!

  2. It seems Ducati has decided that they wanted to take the Monster badge and use it to compete with the other manufacturers streetfighters, which the Monster never really did. I think this is a mistake as the signature Monster attributes was the one thig that Ducati had than ran through the years; kind of like Porsche does with the 911 series. I wish they had kept a more traditional Monster and created this as a different model, perhaps just a smaller streetfighter beneath the V4 Streetfighter.

  3. It is basically the same monster as before, but with price saving measures to the frame and swingarm, as this is basically the older frame but in a cast alu version. Improved electrical gizmos yes, but over all not a new bike, at least how I see it as a mechanical engineer.