The new 2021 Ducati Monster Motorcycle draws its DNA from a 1993 model, explicitly reflecting what is needed to get the most pleasure from riding a motorcycle. In other words, a set, a tank, a handlebar, and an engine. In addition, it includes all the unique features that make it a classic vehicle, such as the Bison’s rear-shaped tank, round headlights, clean tail, and the increasing importance of the engine.
This new bike is undoubtedly modern, sporty, elegant, and refined but marked by shapes crafted with the flavors of technology. As a result, the design and its content are seamlessly integrated.
Maximum lightness and compactness are skillfully combined with Ducati’s classic yet minimal and pure form. In addition, each technical component works in harmony with the design to revisit the concept of the naked game that Ducati played in 1993. First the front frame, which the Panigale V4 undoubtedly inspired.
This new Monster shows off all of its charming lines, including the slender seat and muscle tanks that widen the back to meet the volume of the side panels, just as well as an athletic bike. The circular, feature-rich design of the whole LED headlamp is secure, and the addition of an LED Daytime Running Light (DRL) system makes it even more transparent and more modern.
2021 Ducati Monster Motorcycle – Features and Specs
The color combination of Monster is Black wheels and Ducati Red. The red wheels and the wind fell. Black wheels and black sneakers.
Basic features that are considered standard:
TestStreeta 11 ° engine, 937cc. According to Euro 5. At 9,250 rpm, the maximum power is 111 horsepower. 9.5 kg maximum torque @ 6,500 rpm. Weight 166 kg. Metal front frame. GFRP Rear Subframe (Glass Fiber Reinforced Polymer). Metal swing arm
The tank is undoubtedly the top cherry. It develops on the sides extending towards the front wheel, a volume that dominates the direction indicator distinguished from the swiping technique, sculpted with the famous part of the knees, bent and strong as That deserves an absolute monster. Even the proportions have changed, shrinking to make room for more sophisticated and sophisticated ergonomics.
The new 2021 Ducati Monster Motorcycle puts the engine back on. The new engine is made of solid aluminum and is 4.5 kg lighter than the 821 models. It is attached to a front frame pulled exactly from the Panigale V4.
In addition, a thin tail contributes to the overall lightness, which is directly connected to the engine. A GFRP (Glass Fiber Reinforced Polymer) component acts as a load-bearing tail and supports all electrical and electronic components. Both the battery size (now smaller) and the weight have been improved. Each piece is usually designed to be as light as possible.
Thanks to a unique seat design that includes a unique cushion and the unusually tight seat-to-foot area, the rider is now even more comfortable and relaxed. This final component enhances comfort and provides accurate information about “what’s going on” under the wheels. The ride position has been updated to improve comfort, control, and ergonomics further.
Due to its unique self-service mechanism, the clutch that comes with the new Monster is a wet anti-peter type and can ensure smooth feedback. Thanks to the inventive hydraulic control, the results are incredibly “light” to pull (requires only 20% effort), and the attack can be perfectly adjusted for riders with different abilities and attitudes.
A significant improvement over the previous Monster 821, namely the 36% steering angle and, to be more specific, 7% higher than the current version, has been made possible by the new frame and the careful placement of various pieces, such as the radiator monster. The urban ride has never been more agile, thanks to its innovative formula, making it easier and more natural.
Compared to the Monster 821, the engine weighs about 2.4 kg less. As a result, the new monster helps to lighten up.
An advanced electronics package is guaranteed for such a modern monster. Fully adjusted ABS cornering, traction control, and wheel control are standard devices.
Traction control for Ducati (DTC)
Between the accelerator and the rear tire, Ducati Traction Control (DTC) technology acts as an intelligent “filter.” The rider can choose from 8 different levels of intervention. The default DTC level in each of the three modes of riding can be adjusted according to the specific rider’s riding preferences and road conditions.
Wheel control, which enables the motorcycle to accelerate while monitoring any front wheel lift, is also used through the launch control system. Electronic control of this behavior enhances the ride’s safety while ensuring the highest speed performance. Wheel control can also be adjusted separately from other control systems.
Rides for Ducati
With the ability to choose between sport, touring, and urban settings that adapt motorcycle behavior to specific riding preferences and different road conditions, Ducati Riding Modes indeed represent an engineering milestone. During the ride, each riding mode can instantly change ABS, DTC, and DWC interference, as well as engine character (power modes) levels.
2021 Ducati Monster Motorcycle – Price
The new 2021 Ducati Monster Bike is available for $11,895 only.
2021 Ducati Monster Motorcycle – Technical Specifications
|Type||Testatretta 11°, V2 – 90°, four valves per cylinder, desmodromic valvetrain, liquid-cooled.|
|Displacement||937 cc (57 cu in)|
|Bore X Stroke||94 mm x 67.5 mm|
|Power||111 hp (82 kW) @ 9,250 rpm|
|Torque||9.5 kgm (93 Nm, 69 lb ft) @ 6,500 rpm|
|Fuel injection||Electronic fuel injection system, Ø 53 mm throttle bodies with Ride-by-Wire system.|
|Exhaust||Pre-muffler and twin-muffler, catalytic converter, and two lambda probes.|
|Primary drive||Straight cut gears, ratio 1.85:1|
|Ratio||1=37/15, 2=30/17, 3=28/20, 4=26/22, 5=24/23, 6=23/24|
|Final drive||Chain, Front sprocket z15, rear sprocket z43|
|Clutch||Slipper and self-servo multi-plate wet clutch with hydraulic control.|
|Frame||Aluminum alloy Front Frame.|
|Front Suspension||Ø 43 mm USD fork|
|Front-wheel||Light alloy cast, 3.5″ x 17″|
|Front tire||Pirelli Diablo Rosso III 120/70 ZR17|
|Rear Suspension||Progressive linkage, preload adjustable mono-shock, double-sided aluminum swingarm.|
|Rear wheel||Light alloy cast, 5.5″ x 17″.|
|Rear tire||All-new Pirelli Diablo Rosso III 180/55 ZR17|
|Wheel travel (front/rear)||130mm / 140mm (5.1 inches / 5.5 inches)|
|Front brake||2 x 320mm of semi-floating discs, radially mounted Brembo M4.32 monobloc 4-piston calipers, radial master cylinder, Cornering ABS.|
|Rear brake||245mm disc, Brembo 2-piston floating caliper, Cornering ABS.|
|Instrumentation||4.3″ TFT color display|
Dimension and Weight
|Dry weight||166 kg (366 lb)|
|Kerb weight||188kg (414 lb)|
|Seat height||820mm (32.3 in)|
|Wheelbase||1,474 mm (58.0 in)|
|Trail||93 mm (3.7 in)|
|Fuel tank capacity||14 l (3.7 US gal)|
|Number of seats||2|
|Safety equipment||Riding Modes, Power Modes, Ducati Traction Control, Cornering ABS, Ducati Wheelie Control, Daytime Running Light.|
|Standard equipment||Ducati Quick Shift, Ducati Power Launch, 4.3 inches TFT color display, Full LED headlight and lighting system, Dynamic turn indicators, USB power socket.|
|Ready for||Ducati Multimedia System, Heated grips.|
|Warranty||Twenty-four months, unlimited mileage.|
|Maintenance||30,000 km (18,000 miles)|
|Valve clearance check||30,000 km (18,000 miles)|