All-New 2015 Ducati Monster 821

More than two decades on from the Monster’s first unveiling, Ducati presents the iconic model’s latest generation middleweight, the 2015 Monster 821. Maintaining the stylish character made famous by the original concept, the essential model sports the same new chassis and muscular styling as the Monster 1200 and is designed with premium components fully integrated with Ducati’s latest technologies.

Powered by the latest edition of Ducati’s highly successful 821 Testastretta 11° engine, the highly accessible new Monster combines 112hp (at 9,250rpm) and 65.9ft-lb (at 7,750rpm) of torque with an impressively lightweight 179.5kg (395.7lb) overall package. This stylish mix of minimalism and performance paves the way back to the original essence of the Monster concept, where less-is-more and made-in-Italy combine to create a motorcycle lifestyle.

High-spec brakes, excellent suspension and stylish componentry merge with Ducati’s best-yet ergonomics to offer the Italian manufacturer’s most attractive mid-range Monster ever. Super comfortable and with an innovative adjustable seat height, the model also combines 8-level traction control, 3-level ABS and 3-level Ride-by-Wire into Ducati’s user-friendly, press-button Riding Modes.

The new Monster rolls on Panigale-style 10-spoke light alloy wheels with rim sizes of 3.50 x 17 for the front and 5.50 x 17 on the rear, mounted with Pirelli Diablo Rosso II tyres in 120/70 for the front and an agile 180/60 for the rear, constructed in bi-Compound to combine long lasting mileage with excellent full-lean grip.
The high quality tyres use Pirelli’s Enhanced Patch Technology (EPT) to optimise contact patch for improved grip and Functional Groove Design (FGD) to enhance their wet weather characteristics

The 2015 Monster 821 uses next generation technologies to create an enhanced rider/motorcycle relationship, delivering a high-adrenaline experience while constantly reassuring with the feeling of complete control and ergonomic integration.

Available at Ducati Dealerships from July 2014 onwards, the Monster 821 Dark is presented in dark stealth with black frame and black wheels, while the Monster 821 is dressed in Ducati red with red frame and black wheels or star white silk with red frame and matte red wheels. Both red and white liveries are equipped with colour-matched single-seat covers. The brand new model is also made available to restricted license holders with the specially regulated power versions of 25kw for Switzerland and 35kw for other participating countries.

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16 Comments

  1. whatSongIsThis?September 30, 2015 at 8:36 am

    Other than the headlight it looks like the perfect bike. I'll have to mod that light to a double or just to make it more round or something

  2. nicola toscaniSeptember 30, 2015 at 9:27 am

    se amate le moto non provate una ducati…potreste innamorarvene follemente!!!

  3. the er@GON ..September 30, 2015 at 10:15 am
  4. They all look shit.

  5. Authentic MaxSeptember 30, 2015 at 10:58 am

    Why are all the designers making similar looking head lights ????.. looks like an underwear…  roundish headlights would've been just fucking fine italianos !!!

  6. No blah-blah, just the ride : thanks ;-)

  7. Stephen WhiteSeptember 30, 2015 at 11:39 am

    Wow – the introductory 'music' soundtrack is awful…

  8. I'll gladly keep my 796.

  9. Александр чыфSeptember 30, 2015 at 1:23 pm

    у мотоциклиста ноги не правильно стоят. при поворотах носки может под педали утянуть.

  10. Check out this video on YouTube:

  11. Where HD?

  12. MrSilversniper13September 30, 2015 at 3:49 pm

    I get that they're fast but I think that they're ugly 

  13. Denis MedvedevSeptember 30, 2015 at 4:32 pm

    Dashboard – sleaze!

    Not suitable for classic naked.

  14. Stupid music ruined the video. Should have had something way more mellow… Or like some classical music. For a classy bike

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