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Ducati reveals Monster 30 Anniversario Edition motorcycle

Written by Kanad Kalasur

Ducati has unveiled the Monster 30 Anniversario edition in the international markets. This unique model celebrates the 30th Anniversary of the Monster brand. Ducati will produce only 500 units of this bike.

Ducati Monster 30 Anniversario edition : More Details

In terms of design, this limited edition is based on the regular Ducati Monster. However, it comes with the Tricolour 30th Anniversary livery. This is inspired from the previous sporty Monsters.

Ducati also offers gold rims on the bike. The rims and the Ohlins NIX30 forks have been specially made for this model.

Ducati has also added special elements like an embroidered seat logo and a custom animation on the display. Furthermore, each of the 500 units will get a plate on the upper clamp. This will mention the model name and unit number. Owners of the bike will also get a certificate of authenticity along with a dedicated motorcycle cover.

Hardware additions to the Ducati Monster 30 Anniversario

Ducati is offering different parts on the bike as compared to the regular Monster. These include elements that lower the kerb weight to 184 kg. This means a reduction of 4 kg.

Other gear on the Ducati Monster 30 Anniversario includes fully adjustable suspension by Ohlins, Ohlins steering damper and Brembo callipers.

The electronics suite includes power modes and three riding modes amongst others. Safety includes cornering ABS, traction control and wheelie control.

Powertrain of the special edition Ducati Monster

The bike continues with the Monster’s 937cc twin-cylinder engine. This liquid-cooled Testastretta engine gets desmodromic timing as well. The engine develops 109.9 BHP and 93 Nm of peak torque.

Service interval for the bike is 15,000 km for oil change and 30,000 km for valve clearance checking.

Availability of the bike in India

As of now there is no information on the bike’s launch in India. However given its limited edition nature, it seems difficult that Ducati would allocate any units for the Indian market.


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