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Ducati 1199 Panigale
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Ducati 1199 Panigale

Sports Bike; Cubic Capacity: 1198 cc; Number of Cylinders: 2; ABS

With a better rear end and a larger fuel tank, the Paningale ABS could be the perfect road bike in Fast Bikes' opinion. Not only does it look stunning, but the front end is top-notch and …

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Ducati 1199 Panigale ABS (143 kW) [12]
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Ducati 1199 Panigale ABS (143 kW) [12]

Sports Bike; Cubic Capacity: 1198 cc; Number of Cylinders: 2; ABS

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Ducati 848 Evo
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Ducati 848 Evo

Sports Bike; Cubic Capacity: 849 cc; Number of Cylinders: 2; No ABS as standard

The excellent motor and fuelling of the 848 Evo makes it a very accomplished road machine in Fast Bikes' eyes, who said that it was a pleasure to use in town and when driving in traffic. It felt …

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Ducati 848 Evo Corse SE (customised)
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Ducati 848 Evo Corse SE (customised)

Sports Bike; Number of Cylinders: 2; No ABS as standard

It definitely needs some getting used to, but this version of Ducati's 848 Evo Corse SE has a lot going for it thanks to its fantastic rear end, eye-catching looks and lovely noise. However, …

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Ducati 848
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Ducati 848

Sports Bike; Cubic Capacity: 849 cc; Number of Cylinders: 2; No ABS as standard

Almost 20 years of changes have given the 848 a sleek, luxurious appearance and increasingly higher maximum speeds. It's a fantastically stable and sophisticated ride that definitely leaves …

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Ducati 1199 Panigale S ABS (143 kW) [12]
Ducati 1199 Panigale S ABS (143 kW) [12]

Sports Bike; Cubic Capacity: 1198 cc; Number of Cylinders: 2; ABS

You'll have it tough to find a ride that moves and looks like Ducati's 1199 Paningale S, but then again, if you're easily impressed then maybe you should look for an alternative, since

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More information at: Fast Bikes, issue April 2012 Ducati 1199 Panigale It's all to common to see high expectations turn out to be a nightmare instead of a dream. Will the Panigale have us waking in a cold sweat? … to review

Ducati 848 Evo Corse SE (103 kW) [12]
Ducati 848 Evo Corse SE (103 kW) [12]

Sports Bike; Cubic Capacity: 849 cc; Number of Cylinders: 2; No ABS as standard

If it weren't for its high price and narrow engine power, which makes it necessary to ride it with authority at all moments, Ducati's 848 Evo Corse SE would have scored higher, but

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More information at: Fast Bikes, issue July 2012 The Oddball Club Sportsbikes with capacities other than 600cc or 1000cc are somewhat of an oddity, with Suzuki being practically the only manufacturer which has kept at it over the years. Its GSX-R750 has undergone some changes recently, so how does it compare to similar offerings from other manufacturers? In test: Three sportsbikes were reviewed and rated under the headings track, fast road, hooligan, new rider and desirability. Final scores of 2 x 8 and 1 x 10 points out of 10 were awarded. … to review

Ducati 999
Ducati 999

Sports Bike; Number of Cylinders: 2; No ABS as standard

It's not the best-looking bike on the market, it's also not the most comfortable, plus it is expensive to run, but it corners extremely well as only a Ducati can. The 999 has plenty of …

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Ducati Multistrada 1200 ABS (110 kW) [13]
Ducati Multistrada 1200 ABS (110 kW) [13]

Tourer, Enduros; Cubic Capacity: 1198 cc; Number of Cylinders: 2; ABS

With the new Multistrada 1200, Ducati have changed the rules again. Its electronics are simply stunning, and Fast Bikes were completely taken with its ride quality once they figured out the optimal …

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Ducati Monster 796 ABS (64 kW) [12]
Ducati Monster 796 ABS (64 kW) [12]

Naked Bike; Cubic Capacity: 803 cc; Number of Cylinders: 2; ABS

While the Monster 796 ABS's looks might not be everybody's cup of tea and its engine is a bit too light in Fast Bikes' opinion, it's nevertheless a cracking ride thanks to its

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More information at: Fast Bikes, issue Summer 2012 Street wars 2012 has seen the launch of several new mid-weight naked bikes from the likes of Triumph, Ducati et al. Fast Bikes put them through their paces. In test: Five naked bikes were reviewed and rated on the headings track, fast road, hooligan, new rider and desirability. Final scores between 6 and 10 points out of 10 were awarded. … to review

 
Monster S4RS Testretta
Ducati Monster S4RS

Supermoto, Naked Bike; Cubic Capacity: 998 cc; Number of Cylinders: 1

"Plus: Engine, brap factor, high-spec kit, the usual Ducati ownership glow. Minus: Ergonomics, set-up, up-tempo handling."

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Monster 1100Evo ABS (74 kW) [11]
Ducati Monster 1100 Evo ABS (74 kW) [11]

Naked Bike; Cubic Capacity: 1079 cc; Number of Cylinders: 2; ABS

Fast Bikes were impressed by the DTC and fantastic brakes, and they felt that the new forks and shock helped balance Ducati's Monster 1100 Evo nicely. At 169kg, it offers a playful feel, and as

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More information at: Fast Bikes, issue November 2011 Nude 'n' rude The hyper naked class could be dangerously close to becoming a bit too serious, but the division below it still offers a lot to smile about. In test: Three naked bikes were reviewed and rated under the headings of track, fast road, hooligan, new rider, and desirability. Two scored 8 and one scored 9 out of a possible 10 points. … to review

Ducati Streetfighter 848 (97 kW) [11]
Ducati Streetfighter 848 (97 kW) [11]

Naked Bike; Cubic Capacity: 849 cc; Number of Cylinders: 2; No ABS as standard

Fast Bikes considered the 848 to be the best in the Ducati Streetfighter range. The bigger brother has been reduced to offer a bike that is more balanced and controlable, making it a pleasure to

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More information at: Fast Bikes, issue December 2011 Ducati Streetfighter 848 It is hard to say whether it's better to go for a bigger bike, which usually means higher speeds, or whether small can actually offer more - there are times when not all of the components can handle it. … to review

Streetfighter S (114kW) [12]
Ducati Streetfighter S (114 kW) [12]

Naked Bike, Sports Bike; Cubic Capacity: 1099 cc; No ABS as standard

For such an expensive machine, the Streetfighter S is certainly no looker, but luckily its superb performance will soon make you forget about its drab styling. The motor is responsive and lively, the …

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Ducati 1098 (119 kW) [07]
Ducati 1098 (119 kW) [07]

Sports Bike; Cubic Capacity: 1099 cc; Number of Cylinders: 2; No ABS as standard

Fast Bikes think that from the line of modern-day Ducatis, the 1098 may be the last one to offer a truly enjoyable ride without leaving you scared witless. It's a rather expensive bike that

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More information at: Fast Bikes, issue March 2012 Used Bike Guide - 2007 Ducati 1098 Ducati's future in superbikes hung in the balance after the 999, so there was no choice but for the 1098 to succeed. … to review

Ducati Streetfighter 848 (97 kW) [12]

Sports Bike; Cubic Capacity: 849 cc; Number of Cylinders: 2

Although the Streetfighter 848 is not as smooth as its Evo sibling, its quirky bars mean you get more control with much less effort, while its low gearing makes it a particularly fun machine to ride.

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More information at: Fast Bikes, issue October 2012 848 Evo Versus Streetfighter 848 Even if you know you want a Ducati and specifically an 848, you still need to choose between all the models the company offers in this range. A key question is: naked or supersport? In test: Two 848 Ducati motorbikes were reviewed. No ratings were given. … to review

848EVO (103 kW) [12]
Ducati 848 Evo (103 kW) [12]

Sports Bike; Cubic Capacity: 849 cc

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Ducati 851 (68 kW) [87]

Supermoto; Cubic Capacity: 851 cc

The historical significance of Ducati's 851 means that it's nigh on impossible to find a decently-priced one, but it's definitely worth the cash in Fast Bikes' opinion. Careful

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More information at: Fast Bikes, issue October 2012 1980s Bike Guide - 1987 Ducati 851 The 851 is a bit of a legend, since it was the bike that made the Ducati name internationally known. How has it held up over the years? … to review

Ducati 848 Evo (96 kW) [11]
Ducati 848 Evo (96 kW) [11]

Sports Bike; Cubic Capacity: 849 cc; Number of Cylinders: 2; No ABS as standard

It may take some time for you to work this bike out, and Fast Bikes believe that, assuming you have not already lost interest in it by then, things should be just fine. The Ducati 848 Evo corners …

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2 reviews

 

Ducati Monster S4RS (96 kW) [07]

Supermoto, Naked Bike; Cubic Capacity: 998 cc; Number of Cylinders: 1

It looks spectacular, it's blindingly fast and the brakes are stunning, but Ducati's 2007 Monster S4RS has got little else going for it, Fast Bikes said. It's a nightmare to ride at …

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Psycho Motos Fast Bikes August 2010 - Mad, bad and dangerous to know, big bore supermotos are so wrong they're right. Review details: Two supermoto bikes were reviewed and rated under the headings track, fast road, hooligan, new rider and desirability.

Used Bike Guide - 2007 Ducati Monster S4RS Fast Bikes August 2012 - The Monster is a legend in the motorcyle world, as it is the bike that made Ducati the huge company it is today. But with so many variants, which are the ones worth going for if you're hunting for a used bargain, and is the S4RS one of the ones to avoid?

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