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Ducati release Limited Senna edition Monster

Well Remembered

A fitting tribute

A new Ducati Monster dedicated to the memory of the late Ayrton Senna has been announced. The bike is limited to only 341 units worldwide and as a result is going to be a rare collector’s item.

The 937cc machine puts out 111bhp along with 93 NM of torque. When wrapped up in a dry weight of only 175 kilos that becomes quite a potent set of numbers.

Brembo brakes are standard as are Diablo Rosso tyres, a lithium ion battery and a suite of electronic rider aids.

The latter include adjustable cornering ABS, eight modes of traction control and three of launch control. The gear change can be set from ‘race’ to ‘road’. There’s also the obligatory pillion seat cover. All the lighting is an LED system with sweeping technology direction indicators. Just like an Audi. The 4.3-inch colour TFT instrumentation has a gear and fuel level indicator It also has those three rider mode settings.

Only 341 for world wide distrubtion

There’s a whole load of stuff on the bike that’s not necessarily on any of the standard machines.

The bike is presented with a certificate of authenticity, it’s a limited edition bike and not a parts bin special obviously!

Along with the bodywork, painted to match Sennas famous racing helmet colour, the bike has a dedicated cover to keep it all clean. The riders seat has an embossed logo and the ignition gas its own animation. The plate with the bikes number engraved on it sits on the top yolk adjacent to the Öhlins steering damper and above the Öhlins NIX30 front fork. This in turn compliments the Öhlins monoshock down the back.

The special stuff continues with Senna detailing on the Termignoni end can. An engine guard comes as standard on the Senna as do carbon fibre mudguards. The Senna branded wheels are a forged aluminium affair and therefore almost two kilos lighter. Best of all those beautiful aluminium footrests are machined from a solid billet.

The colours are based on Sennas iconic helmet

Talk to your local dealer about getting your hands on one and putting it in a glass case with the rest of your collection.

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