Ducati unveil Monster Stripe in Milan

Author: Bike Social Reporter Posted: 03 Nov 2014

The New Monster Stripe

Ducati has revealed two new models to be added to its iconic Monster family next year as the Italian marque introduces the new Monster Stripe.

The Stripe will be available with both the 1200 S and 821 engine platforms and features a red frame, black wheels and white double side-stripe on the mudguard, tank and passenger seat covers.

The new model also features a red-painted nose fairing with a windshield for a little bit (and it probably is a little bit) of wind protection. The 1200 S version also gets carbon belt covers and a Ducati Performance undertail plate holder.

Monster 1200 S StripeMonster 821 Stripe

Both models will come with TFT instrumentation and Riding Modes, as well as the Ducati Safety Pack with three-level ABS and eight-level traction control, as per the Monster 1200 S and standard 821.

They’re expected to be in dealers in the next few months and no pricing information is yet available.

Why not check out what else Ducati have on show at EICMA?

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