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Ducati Monster Motorcycle – 20th Anniversary Edition

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Oct 5, 2012

Category: Rides

It’s hard to imagine that anyone knew just how popular the Ducati Monster motorcycle would become when it is was introduced all the way back in 1993. Designed by Miguel Angel Galluzzi, the bike has gone on to become an icon for motorcycle enthusiasts over the past two decades.

To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the immensely popular bike, the Italian motorcycle manufacturer is introducing a special version of the back for the new year. Available in three different models including the M696, M1100 and M976, Ducati has equipped each one with several key characteristics to help them stand out. For starters each of the bikes will be stamped with a vintage style Ducati ’86 logo on the tank along with a subtle bronze colored frame that provides a nice contrast against the sleek chromium, red, and black accents.

Ducati Monster Motorcycle - 20th Anniversary Edition (3)

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