The best option for riders who want to experience the sheer joy of adrenaline rush while riding their bikes is to have more awesome fun without sacrificing safety. The three variants, the Hypermotard 950, the Hypermotard 950 RVE, and the Hypermotard 950 SP, are ideal for practicing extreme cornering while navigating city traffic at high speeds.
The appearance of the motards influences the design of the Hypermotard 950. It focuses on the dual underset exhaust and minimal superstructures that make up the mechanical parts, such as the rear frame of the trails, that show lightness and necessity. The ergonomics of the motorbike, which was also influenced by the world of motors, provide a riding stand with a straight torso and wide elbows, which translates into the best control of the motorcycle. At the same time, the flat seat ensures the ability for long broad movements.
Powering the Hypermotard 950 family, the 937cc Ducati Testastretta 11-degree twin-cylinder engine can produce a peak angle of 70.9 lb-ft at 7,250 rpm and flat corner torque at 114 horsepower at 9,000 rpm.
2022 Ducati Hypermotard 950 Adventure Bike – Features and Specs
ABS and Riding Modes Power Modes, Daytime Running Light, Bosch Corner EVO, Ducati Traction Control (DTC) EVO, and Ducati Wheelie Control (DWC) EVO (DRL), Aluminum Handle Bars with Tapered Profile, Detachable Passenger Fit Pages, And a USB. Port
The appearance of motorized bikes inspires the design of the Ducati Hypermotard 950. It is built around the double exhaust and minimal superstructures under the seat that let you see the mechanics, including the rear trails subframe which gives this version provides a light and smooth shape.
Sophisticated and enjoyable
The ergonomics of this motorized motorcycle guarantee that the rider maintains a straight riding position with wide elbows, resulting in the highest level of reaction and control in all situations.
The flat, professional motorized style seat of the RVE and SP models makes it easy to move back and forth while riding.
Inertial Measurement Unit with 6 Axis (6D IMU)
The Electrical Package of Hypermotard 950 contains the following:
Both the Bosch Cornering ABS EVO and the Ducati Traction Control (DTC) EVO are capable of braking and sliding.
Ducati Quick Shift (DQS) up / down EVO, which is standard on 950 SP and RVE variants and 950 SP and an option on Ducati Wheelie Control (DWC) EVO.
According to the performance-focused electrical configuration, the Sport Riding mode delivers a maximum of 114 hp power for the Ducati twin-cylinder engine. It allows for sport-style riding on winding roads or tracks.
Touring Riding Mode is excellent for locals and out-of-towners, as well as for those who want a clean and comfortable ride. The Ducati Twin’s 114 horsepower has been developed through a computerized system focused on high safety.
Instrumental graphics inspired by Panigale V4 allow simple menu navigation and configuration editing. For convenience, a different color is assigned to each riding mode. With descriptive examples of system configuration and a graduate scale that demonstrates whether a modification is over-performance- or safety- or stability-based, Riding Mode offers a brief, understandable overview of current changes to configuration interface settings.
Indicators and headlights
An LED strip acts as both rear stop and rear lights. To maintain the clean look of the Hypermotard 950, the front LED turn indicators are built into the handguards.
New engine requirements
A ride-by-wire throttle control system runs on the TestStreta 11° engine, which has a 53mm board throttle body. Instead of steel, the twin-cylinder engine also has aluminum belt tensioners, a lighter clutch and generator cover, a lighter selector drum, and a magnesium head cover.
Shifter and Clutch
The gearbox is equipped with a Ducati Quick Shift EVO system (DQS EVO) working up / down. It is a specially designed option for the Hypermotard 950. It uses lean angle data to maximize the motorcycle’s stability during gear changes in corners (standard equipment on RVE and SP variants). The DQS EVO not only reduces shift times but also enables downward shifts without needing a clutch for even more powerful cornering brakes.
The shifting drum is thought to rotate on bearings in the system, resulting in less friction. In the intermediate settings, the gear lever spring is also overloaded to prevent the system from becoming useless, which makes the system more accurate.
The third level of ABS Bosch Cornering EVO is suitable for regular driving or slippery conditions. Because the rear wheel lift is controlled during hard braking, it ensures safe and stable braking in all C.
Traction control EVO (DTC EVO) for Ducati
The DTC EVO communicates with the new Bosch Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) by constantly detecting the motorcycle’s angle and using this data to determine more accurately if the rear tire slips better. (Depending on the DTC EVO level set)
Wheelie Control EVO for Ducati (DWC EVO)
To respond more accurately to rider inputs, DWC identifies the existence and intensity of EVO wheels more accurately, attaches them more accurately, and manages them.
Multimedia System for Ducati (DMS)
The smartphone connects instantly to the motorbike via the Bluetooth module (available as an add-on for all range models), allowing riders to operate basic multimedia features as soon as they get on the motorcycle. Music playing, a notification icon for new text messages, and a caller name are all displayed on the TFT screen. Audio from calls and music is delivered to the rider’s helmet’s earpad. All Hypermotard 950 versions come with DMS as an add-on.
With a 25 steering head angle, 104mm of the trail, and 30mm off the seat, this motorbike can be safely and permanently controlled without sacrificing its trademark agility. The frame is attached to the back subframe, similarly made of steel trails and molded from the original Hypermotard. Excellent handling is possible due to the wide steering angle of 70 اور and the wheelbase of 1,493 mm (1,498 mm for the SP variant), which provides maximum stability at high speeds. The Hypermotard 950’s 14.5-liter fuel tank gives it an impressive overall range without losing its key, curved aesthetics. The Hypermotard 950 uses an aluminum swing arm with a single side.
The 950 has an adjustable socks shock absorber with 150mm wheel travel in the rear. The Ducati Hypermotard 950 SP, on the other hand, has a fully adjustable 175 mm wheel travel, 48 mm Hulls shock absorber, and 185 mm wheel travel, a 48 mm Hull fork.
A total weight loss of 600 grams is achieved through a 320 mm front disc with an aluminum flange, while a 245 mm diameter disc is placed in the rear through a single Brembo caliper. These elements guarantee an industry-leading braking performance that has always been a feature of all Ducati motorcycles.
2022 Ducati Hypermotard 950 Adventure Bike – Price
The new 2022 Ducati Hypermotard 950 Adventure Bike is available at $13,395 only.
2022 Ducati Hypermotard 950 Adventure Bike – Technical Specifications
|Type||Testastretta 11°, L-Twin cylinder, four-valve per cylinder, Desmodromic, liquid-cooled, magnesium head covers|
|Bore x stroke||94mm x 67.5mm (3.7in x 266in)|
|Power||84 kW (114 hp) at 9,000rpm|
|Torque||96 Nm (71 lb-ft) at 7,250rpm|
|Fuel injection||Electronic fuel injection system, 53mm of throttle bodies with entire Ride-by-Wire system|
|Exhaust System||Double under-tail aluminum muffler, catalytic converter, and two lambda probes|
|Primary drive||Straight-cut gears; Ratio 1.85:1|
|Final drive||Chain; Front sprocket 15; Rear sprocket 43|
|Clutch||Slipper and self-servo wet multi-plate clutch, hydraulic control|
|Frame||Tubular steel Trellis frame|
|Front Suspension||Marzocchi aluminum fully adjustable, upside-down Ø 45 mm|
|Front-wheel||Y-shaped 3-spoke light alloy 3.5″ x 17″|
|Front tire||Pirelli Diablo Rosso III, 120/70 ZR17|
|Rear Suspension||Progressive linkage, including adjustable spring preload and rebound damping Sachs monoshock. Aluminum single-sided swingarm|
|Rear wheel||Y-shaped 3-spoke light alloy 5.5″ x 17″|
|Rear tire||Pirelli Diablo Rosso III, 180/55 ZR17|
|Wheel travel (front/rear)||170mm (6.7 inches) – 150mm (5.9 inches)|
|Front brake||2 x 320mm of semi-floating aluminum flange discs, radially attached Monobloc Brembo calipers, 4-piston 2-pad, radial pump with adjustable lever, with Bosch Cornering ABS|
|Rear brake||245 mm disc, 2-piston caliper, with Bosch Cornering ABS|
|Instrumentation||Full-TFT color display|
Dimensions and Weights
|Dry weight||178 kg (392 lb)|
|Kerb weight||200 kg (440 lb)|
|Seat height||870 mm (34.2 in)|
|Inner leg curve||1.940 mm (76,4 in)|
|Wheelbase||1.493 mm (58,8 in)|
|Trail||104 mm (4.1 in)|
|Fuel tank capacity||14.5 l (3,8 US gallons)|
|Number of seats||Dual seat|
|Safety equipment||Riding Modes, Bosch Cornering ABS, Ducati Traction Control (DTC) EVO, Ducati Wheelie Control (DWC) EVO.|
|Standard equipment||Power Modes, Day Time Running Light (DRL), Tapered aluminum handlebars, Removable passenger footpegs, USB power socket.|
|Ready For||An anti-theft system, Ducati Quick Shift (DQS) up/down EVO, Heated grips, and Ducati Multimedia System (DMS).|
Warranty and Maintenance
|Warranty||24 months unlimited mileage|
|Maintenance service intervals||15,000 km (9,000 mi)/12 months|
|Desmo service||30,000 km (18,000 mi)|
Emissions and Consumption (Only for countries where Euro 5 standard applies)
|CO2 emissions||123 g/km|
|Consumption||5,3 l/100 km|