Ducati Monster
by Claudio Porrozzi, Fabrizio Porrozzi, Otto Grizzi
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The Ducati Monster appeared at the end of 1992 and sparked off a new trend in the so-called “naked” (in other words, without fairing) segment of the market. With the Monster, powered by its famous and prestigious L-shaped engine, Ducati offered enthusiasts a bike that combined a comfortable ride with outstanding performance. 260,000 Monsters have been sold over the last 20 years, mostly in the United States, France, Germany and Spain as well as Italy. The various versions of the Monster have become the basis for many different interpretations by specialists in the field of personalization. The machine has become a symbol for all kinds of motorcyclists, from the novice to the seasoned rider, from the young to the mature. This book covers the Monster’s 20 years of history, availing itself of a wealth of illustrative material made available by Ducati.

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