By John Burns
If it’s 2021, it must be time for a new Ducati Monster. In fact, it’s nearly always time for a new Ducati Monster. Since the original M900 of 1993, naked Monsters in probably 40 iterations both great and small have been a huge part of Ducati’s success. The beauty of that is, if you don’t like the new, non-trellis framed Monster that’s scheduled to appear for 2021, there are tons of pre-owned Monsters out there looking for a good home. Pete rode this one in Sicily ten years and six days ago.
More power, standard ABS and traction control with no price increase
2011 Monster 1100 EVO. The Monster 1100 receives ABS, traction control, lighter wheels and an extra 5 hp as part of the EVO upgrade. And it doesn’t cost a penny more than the 2010 base model Monster 1100.
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