Ducati Monster Stripe Models Make Sizzling Hot Appearance

The house of Borgo Panigale introduces two new additions to the best-selling Ducati family, the Monster Stripe edition. Monster 821 and Monster 1200S versions are now available in an exclusive trim that includes custom two-tone paint, carbon parts and other Ducati Performance aftermarket parts.
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Monster Stripe 1200S

The Monster Stripe 1200S introduces double white side-stripes that start off on the carbon front fender, traverse the tank and adorn the tail section, complemented by a very sexy red trellis frame and black rims.

This flagship naked machine also brings in a micro windshield, carbon fiber belt covers and a Ducati Performance plate holder under the tail, made from solid aluminium.

With 145 horsepower coming from the Testastretta 11° DS engine at 8.750 rpm, the Monster Stripe 1200S interfaces with the rider via TFT screen, and sports Riding Modes, a three-level ABS and 8-way adjustable Ducati Traction Control. The seat height is adjustable, while comfort is provided by Öhlins suspensions. Braking power comes from large rotors, with Brembo M50 calipers in the front.

Monster Stripe 821

The smaller sibling of the 1200S, the Monster Stripe 821 sports the same livery, so the size, the swingarm, and the engine are the things that will allow one to distinguish between the two. The 821 also shows off its red frame and elegant black wheels, but has a two-sided swingarm.

As opposed to the 1200S, the Ducati Monster 821 comes with Kayaba forks and a Sachs rear monoshock. The Testastretta 11° twin produces 112 hp at 9,250 rpm and is easier to rein thanks to the same three-way ABS and 8-level DTC systems. The Monster Stripe 821 is also equipped with a flyscreen.

Both bikes are now en route to Ducati dealerships, but no prices have been specified.

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