The Ducati 916 Senna (1996) is a work of art that demands attention. This powerful, lightweight motorcycle was developed in collaboration with late Formula One champion Ayrton Senna and masterfully designed by world-renowned engineer Massimo Tamburini. Built to perform, the 916 Senna combines Italian styling with cutting-edge engineering for an unrivaled combination of performance and beauty. The 916 Senna features a 916 cc engine with a maximum power output of 128 hp at 9,500 rpm, providing an exhilarating ride without compromising fuel efficiency. The motor is mated to a 6-speed transmission that shifts smoothly and allows riders to take full advantage of the bike's power. A detachable aluminum alloy frame helps keep the weight down for increased agility and maneuverability, while the powerful Öhlins suspension system provides superior damping and a comfortable ride. The sleek and dynamic look of the 916 Senna makes it stand out in a crowd, with a signature style that emulates the sleekness of a cheetah on the prowl. The fairings are designed with aerodynamics in mind, with an unmistakable front end, a wind tunnel-tested single headlight, and a signature red fuel tank. The bike features eye-catching aluminum alloy wheels, with the Senna logo prominently displayed, as well as powerful Brembo brakes for optimal stopping power. Combining excellent performance, sophistication, and beautiful Italian styling, the Ducati 916 Senna is a perfect example of form meeting function. A true two-wheeled work of art, this bike is a prime example of why Ducati is considered one of the world's best motorcycle manufacturers.
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