Ducati Supreme Streetfighter V4 S Gains Capsule riding Kit Collection

The Ducati Supreme Streetfighter V4 S gains fresh paint and decals as well as a new capsule collection boasting casual and technical riding kit

Ducati Streetfighter V4 S Supreme

Ducati is well known for its high-profile collaborations, and the newest special edition bike from Borgo Panigale, wrapped in a livery in the style of the famous Supreme clothing brand, is certainly towards the top of that list.

Recent special edition Ducati models have included the Ducati Diavel for Bentley and Centauro, a Streetfighter V4 S that was painted to match a one-off Lamborghini Huracan Evo.

The new Supreme special edition is another Ducati Streetfighter V4 S, meaning it uses the same Desmosedici Stradale V4 engine as found in the Panigale V4 S supersports bike tuned to produce 208bhp and designed to work as a stressed member of the chassis in combination with an aluminium front frame.

The entire specification of the bike is identical to standard, meaning the only ‘special’ part of this special edition is its look, and Supreme’s corporate colours (red and white) mean that even in terms of aesthetics the bike doesn’t stand out from a regular Ducati all that much.

Unsurprisingly, for something designed by Aldo Drudi, it is quite a pretty design, at least, with red-and-white stripes going up the front bodywork and over the tank, over which ‘Supreme’ is written in the brand’s font. The white wheels are a nice touch, too, but we feel like the Streetfighter’s aggressive look is somewhat tamed down by the fairly light colour scheme.

Unveiled by Supreme as part of its Spring/Summer 2024 collection riders can also opt for a selection of specially chosen and designed garments to match them perfectly with their new Ducati. The collection has been created by ducati, Supreme and helmet designer to the stars Aldo Drudi, and it includes a Dainese one-piece racing suit, Dainese riding jacket, Arai RX-7 V EVO Helmet and Spidi C1 Leather Gloves.

Alongside the riding clothing, the brands have also introduced a range of casual clothing to wear off the bike, including track jacket, hoodie, a football top (weirdly), tracksuit bottoms, two T-shirts and a baseball hat, all which will be put on sale exclusively through Supreme channels along with the helmet and the gloves.

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