The ‘Italian Stallions’ of the motorcycling world, in other words – Ducati, are on many bikers wish list. In just 7 years, the company has thrived and produced many models and ranges over the years. Some have proved to become award winners, champions – you name it. Others, on the other hand, are more within our price range. Here are some of the most popular Ducati bike series to date!
We had to include this one on our list. Panigale models are one of the most popular bikes we buy! The Panigale range is quite irresistible to the eyes of Ducati lovers around the world.
Since it was first released in 2011, every Panigale has proven to fulfil every man’s racing dream. Over the years, Ducati has tried, tested, released, tweaked, re-released, and released again a variety of models. Today there are a mere 6 different models in the series, giving us all a lovely choice:
- 959 Panigale
- 959 Panigale Corse
- 1299 Panigale R Final Edition
- Panigale V4
- Panigale V4 S
- V4 Speciale
This is a thrill machine for any Supermoto lover. We were first introduced to the Hypermotard back in 2005 with
This year we are going to be blessed with a new one; the 950. We’ll probably talk a bit more about it when it gets released, or we’ll share it on Facebook – but in the meantime, Visor Down have done a ride review!
“What’s that coming over the hill?… We can’t see it… but we can hear it!” If you sing that in your head it actually works. It’s not like I know what I’m talking about, but do you know when you go to the gym and you see a beast? (I’d keep that one to yourself) Well, if you put all the Ducati motorcycles in a gym, you’ll know who the beast is.
This nineties baby has been riding strong for over 25 years! We were first introduced to it back in 1993 – since then it has absolutely thrived, wiggling its way in to riders garages across the world. Distinctively recognizable for its trellis frame, designed by one of Ducati’s most treasured team members to date – the late Fabio Taglioni, who was also famous for designing the groundbreaking Desmodici engine.
The Multistrada range is another influential bike from Ducati. The current selection – 1200 has been going strong since 2010. Before that, Ducati worked on a whole variety of projects – from 2003 up until 2007, they continuously brought out 6 individual chapters.
From 2008 onwards, they worked on the 1200, which was showcased at 2009’s EIMCA in Milan. Following its success, the factories decided to cease production of the previous models, paving a way to the future of the Multistrada. The new model features a modified 1200cc liquid-cooled engine, taken from the iconic 1198 sports bike, along with the ability to change Horsepower, ABS & Traction Control. It also gives you the optional ability to adjust suspension too. The new 1200 (I say new, it’s not really anymore), provides the rider with a choice of 4 riding modes; Sport, Touring, Urban, and Enduro.
The fairly new pack member! Fairly, because the range was first released in 1962 – the Scramblers back then were continuously built and released until 1974. On the 40th anniversary of the Scrambler no longer being in production, Ducati visited the Intermot Motorcycle Show in Cologne. Here they showcased the new Scrambler range!
By 2015 the Scrambler was available for sale, with a series of bikes within its collection, such as:
- 803cc Classic
- Urban Enduro
- Flat Track Pro
- Full Throttle
- Italian Independent
- 399cc Sixty2
Today, Ducati has 9 Scramblers in production. These include, the Icon, Cafe Racer, Desert Sled, Full Throttle, 1100, 1100 Special, 1100 Sport and the Sixty2.
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