But now, Rizoma, the renowned Italian brand in charge with manufacturing premier bike parts, comes to slap them in the face and show them there’s much more to this powerful and addictive motorcycle than Ducati made us believe.
It looks like Rizoma did not settle with just launching a design competition running through the end of September and that will see one lucky winner receiving a brand new Ducati Diavel. No, the company wanted to show everybody how this should be done.
From the offering we can mention an innovative aluminum handlebar, an aluminum front spoiler, a refined clutch cover, a side protection for the radiator and frame, a water pump guard and EVO rearsets. For the rear, Rizoma has prepared a specially developed license plate, CNC cut from solid billet alloys, available in two variants: one called “Arm Side” and the other “Side Mount”.
Mirrors with adapters, grips, bar ends, brake and clutch levers, PROGUARD SYSTEM, fuel cap, brake and clutch fluid tank caps, fork sliders and a series of frame caps, are also on the list.
Ducati is offering two variants of the bike: the standard Diavel priced at $16,995 and its carbon sibling, the Diavel Carbon that costs $19,995.