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It's violently fast, unimaginably loud and totally hilarious.
This kitted-out Streetfighter is an expensive and awesome exercise in two-wheeled excess.
Legos can keep your car-obsessed loved one busy for ages.
With triple-digit horsepower and a 33-pound weight reduction from its predecessor, this new Monster looks different but is still the same old hooligan at heart.
The new Monster sheds big weight and makes for an even more engaging ride than ever.
One represents the top of the range with lighter weight and a dry clutch; the other is a more accessible entry-level model.
The Streetfighter V4 SP loses weight and gains a dry clutch, while the Streetfighter V2 makes the model more accessible for more riders.
With tech like adaptive cruise and blind-spot monitoring, it offers things no other motorcycle can match.
The Multistrada is the first bike to offer both adaptive cruise control and blind-spot warning.
Ducati's engineers focused on reducing weight and making the bike more accessible to people of different sizes.
The new Monster undergoes the most radical changes since the model's 1993 debut, and that's no bad thing.
The middle Monster might be the best with its combination of light weight, loud pipes and friendly handling.