Here’s a full gallery of the beautiful Ducati Street fighter super naked, voted by the public at last year’s Eicma show in Milan, as the best bike of the show.
The Ducati naked is agressive but sophisticated with 155 hp from the twin cylinder 1098 Testastretta Evoluzione engine.
The Streetfighter has a reduced weight, Data Analyser and traction control, racing brake system and adjustable suspension.
It is a top-of-the-range motorcycle, costing 14,990 euros for the Streetfighter, and 18,700 euros for the Streetfighter S, with a two-year unlimited kilometre warranty.
Some features of the Ducati Streetfighter appear after the jump.
For a Streetfighter test ride video, see our previous post.
Ducati Streetfighter 2009 The Streetfighter has Showa suspension, while the S version features Ohlins suspension, Marchesini wheels, Ducati Traction Control and Data Analyser.
Riding position guarantees maximum safety and comfort, with a higher handle bar position than other Superbikes, but without compromising on speed and power.
The Streetfighter weighs 169 kg, while the S version is 167 kg dry weight, giving excellent power-weight ratio.
The trellis frame has a longer rear swing arm for perfect acceleration, while the fork has been built using the same twin technology as the Ducati superbikes.
Both the Streetfighter and S versions have the latest Pirelli Diablo Corsa III tyres and monobloc Brembo callipers for the brakes.
The braking system is powerful but sensitive, giving greater feel and rider control.
The engine is a 1099cc with MotoGP developed throttle and 155 hp.
The exhaust system has been designed to further reduce weight, while other features include LED headlight and sophisticated and detailed instrumentation.
The Streetfighter is available in red or pearl white, with black chassis and graphite grey alloys.
The S version comes in red and midnight black with bronze frame.