that of the latest GP bikes. Insane electronics can be taken for granted given Ducati's recent dabbling with datalogging, traction control, electronic suspension and all the other features that already grace the Multistrada and Diavel.
compact, and that maybe (and it's a big maybe) it will have a carbon-fibre chassis. But Ducati has never managed to keep a new bike under wraps so efficiently; all its other recent revolutions – the 1098, the Multistrada, the Diavel – were snapped months
-Rod Muscle. Ducati's Diavel probably isn't going to be to worried when it comes to real power and performance in a cruiser shape, though.Even the name – Judge – is designed to evoke images of old-skool American muscle cars, particularly the Pontiac GTO Judge
compared to previous Guzzi cruisers, although the target market is clearly America rather than Europe; we’re guessing this will be a traditional-handling (or should that be ‘not handling’) cruiser/custom rather than a Diavel competitor.
on the UK motorcycle scene so it's interesting to see the American take on motorcycling in 2012. This is Motorcycle USA's winners list for 2012:Best Cruiser 2012: Ducati DiavelBest Sportsbike 2012: BMW S1000RRBest Street Bike 2012: Triumph Speed Triple RBest
Triumph have been incredibly active in the market hype behind the all-new Tiger 800 and Speed Triple, both worth perusing at the show.Glimpse in to the future with the new Ducati Diavel, a custom without being nauseatingly hipster. But for those sickened
. The Roadshow begins this weekend at Cowick Barn on Saturday 31st Match.Models available for test include the aforementioned 1199 Panigale, as well as the Diavel, Multistrada, Streetfighter 848, the full Monster range, 796 and 1100 Hypermotards and the 848 Evo
the bike appears to be on the brakes in this picture, possibly emphasising the height of the back as the forks are compressed. The fuel tank also appears to be surprisingly flat, curving down towards the seat rather like that of the Diavel
and Testrastretta Evo filtered down from the superbikes they first appeared in to eventually power naked bikes (Monster and Streetfighter), smaller bikes (748, 749 and 848) and other random machines like the ST4, Multistrada and Diavel. So despite its incredible 195
of the benefactors so their ambassador Randy Mamola joined in on a Ducati Diavel accompanied by Bradley Smith on an Yamaha RD400 and a certain Taylor Mackenzie on a 1979 Suzuki X7. The sight and smell of dozens of Japanese classics brought back memories of days when
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