The Ducati Monster 900 (2001) is a truly iconic motorcycle. Its the foundation of the Monster line that still exists today, making it the originator of the muscle bike trend. It has a classic look with slimmed-down design elements, exposing some of the chassis components like the box-section steel trellis frame and the wide, uncowled fuel tank. Its air-cooled 893 cc L-twin is state-of-the-art for its era, offering 104 horsepower at 8,500 rpm and 62 lb-ft of torque at 6,250 rpm. It comes with a five-speed gearbox with a final drive done in the traditional chain style, giving it the classic feel. The Ducati Monster 900 (2001) has 17-inch wheels that really set it apart from the other bike in the lineup. Suspension duties are handled via inverted forks and a rear single damper with adjustable pre-load, giving the bike a menacing look. Braking power comes from 300 mm front disc brakes and a 240 mm disc at the rear, which were modern for the time and would still be more than adequate today. The Ducati Monster 900 (2001) is a timeless classic and will be a surefire conversation starter wherever it goes.
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