The Ducati 916 is a legendary sports bike that revolutionized the motorcycling industry when it was introduced in 1994. This iconic Italian motorcycle is still revered by enthusiasts around the world for its superior performance, style, and design. The 916's muscular silhouette gives it a commanding presence, highlighted by a sleek fairing, signature trellis frame, and single-sided swingarm. Powering the 916 is an air-cooled, four-valve, desmodromic 916cc 90-degree V-twin engine, which is fed by a pair of throttle bodies, and produces a formidable amount of power and torque for its size. The engine is electronically monitored and fuel injected, resulting in optimum performance throughout the rev range. Even now, the power delivery of this engine is impressive and rivals that of much larger displacement bikes. Combined with a six-speed transmission, the Ducati 916 is an agile and responsive performer with excellent handling. Its taut chassis, 17-inch wheels, 43mm USD forks, adjustable rear shock, and three-spoke cast alloy wheels provide a well-balanced ride and precise cornering. It also has dual 320mm semi-floating front brake discs with 4-piston calipers which deliver staggering stopping power. The Ducati 916's unmistakable style is accentuated by its signature Ducati red paint job with yellow stripes, as well as its angular instrument cluster. It is a timeless masterpiece that continues to inspire generations of motorcyclists until this day.
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