Ducati Monster 821 review,test ride
The last time I was working in New York City, I spent a fair amount of time every day walking. I was amazed at the number of Ducati Monsters I saw parked and riding through through the city. They were mostly the 821 or older 696 but there were a few bigger displacement Monsters too.
It made sense after I thought about it. They have plenty of "get up and go" to stay with traffic or outrun it. They handle well and they brake well. The Ducati Monster 821 looks like it was well thought-out when it was still on the drawing board. The headlamp looks good, above a short, sporty front mudguard. There’s a smart instrument cluster that means business, and displays all relevant information when riding, easy to read even under the harsh North Indian sun.
The handlebars are flat, and easy to reach. Not just flat, but reasonably broad too. You sit in a sporty, yet comfortably upright posture. At the ends, well finished switchgear and easy-to-grip palm grips are the norm.The low-set seat is comfortable too, and lets you amble around for long in traffic, with heat from the engine or exhaust pipes never a problem. Most amazable thing is the Monster 821's rear cowl is removable, and reveals a seat for the pillion.
The seat height is adjustable by 20mm, accommodating changes after removing two small panels on the bike sides. due to height adjustment it will be great defined for short height users also. If you remove money from your mind it will be a better bike for everyone especially north indians. The price range is 9.81 lakhs ex showroom Delhi.
!!! Best for Young Generation!!!....
One can get Stupendous selfie with your bike.....
Youngster go for it.