Blueprint Ducati Monster 695 (2006)

Ducati Monster 695 (2006)


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The 2006 Ducati Monster 695 has a lot to offer with its legendary style, power and agility. Its design is classic but still modern, built with the latest technology to bring the true Italian masterpiece to life. Its expansive front-end features a wide double-beam frame with low centre of gravity for improved handling, as well as a single-sided swingarm. The air-cooled engine enables it to deliver an impressive amount of power and torque, while its iconic trellis design sets it apart from the crowd. Its front brakes boast dual four-piston calipers to ensure superior stopping power, which is greatly appreciated especially with an engine that carries so much power. The adjustable low-mounted footpegs and adjustable handlebars make it an ideal ride for a variety of riders. The striking front-end and muscular silhouette contribute to the overall iconic look and make the Monster 695 a real showstopper. The 2006 Ducati Monster 695 is truly in a category all its own; its blend of style, power, and agility make it a truly unique bike and one that should be experienced by all.

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