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The Ducati Motor Holding S.p.A., an Italian designer and maker of motorcycles, has its origins dating back to 1926, when the Ducati family, along with several Bolognese investors, established the Società Scientifica Radio Brevetti Ducati in Bologna. This company initially produced condensers, vacuum tubes, and other radio components. After over two decades, Ducati introduced its first motorcycle. This Cucciolo-based 48cc bike that weighs 98 lb (44 kg) was able to run at a top speed of 40 mph (64 km/h). When larger motorcycles gained public interest, Ducati responded by impressing the spectators at the early-1952 Milan show with its 65TS cycle and a four-stroke motor scooter named Cruiser. Since then, Ducati earned a place in the motorcycle industry and history by producing remarkable motorcycles.
Fast forward to this day, Ducati Motor Holding is now under the Volkswagen Group, owned by German automotive manufacturer Audi via its Italian subsidiary Lamborghini. It manufactures not only motorcycles but also various types of motorcycle engines. Among the models making up Ducati's current lineup are:
The Monster is designed to wow its user by being able to adapt to any environment and occasion, making it possible for the driver to follow his instinct every time. With its powerful Testastretta 11° DS engine, sporty styling, unparalleled performance, and the top-of-the-line Ducati parts making it up, the Monster guarantees unprecedented riding pleasure without compromising its road-holding ability.
The Monster is available in several variants including the Monster 1200, 1200 S, and 1200 Stripe; Monster 821, 821 Dark, and 821 Stripe; Monster 796 Corse Stripe; Monster 795 and 795 ABS; and Monster S2R. All these Monster variants are equipped with everything it takes to be able to deliver Ducati performance in style and in perfect safety.
Ducati's Hypermotard line makes use of the company's proven ingredients in coming up with a ride that delivers excitement and riding pleasure. All the three models.the Hypermotard, Hypermotard SP, and Hyperstrada.are filled with true hyper spirit and equipped with state-of-the-art Ducati parts and technologies to give the driver that king-of-the-road feel. All these models can take great pride in being fitted with standard ABS and Ducati Traction Control for utmost safety in various road conditions. They also boast three riding modes.Sport, Race, and Wet.giving the rider the ability to choose the riding mode depending on the situation.
Ducati's Streetfighter is loaded with all the features, Ducati performance parts, and virtually everything that makes the brand's Superbikes truly legendary. That includes incredible power of the L-Twin engine, outstanding suspension set-up, excellently made rear swing-arm, as well as racing-derived braking system. This model is ideal for riders looking for pure riding pleasure even in the most demanding of situations like when going through the bends. The combination of the Streetfighter 848's Testastretta 11° engine and the new Trellis frame is so perfect that the motorbike is able to assure superb control and driving precision.
These and the other Ducati models are still visible in the showrooms and on the roads today, and there's no sign that the marque will bid the industry goodbye anytime soon. This means that Ducati owners need not worry should there be a need for Ducati OEM parts, Ducati aftermarket parts, and Ducati accessories because they are widely available not just in dealerships but also in most online and brick-and-mortar auto-part stores.