Ducati Monster 821 & 1200 S Stripe

11/03/2014 @ 9:00 am, by Jensen Beeler6 COMMENTS

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Another “bold new graphics” model from Ducati, the Ducati Monster 821 Stripe and Ducati Monster 1200 S Stripe add exactly what the name implies, a racing stripe to the naked bike’s sweeping lines.

The double-white side-stripe is painted on the mudguard, fuel tank, passenger seat cover, and fairing/windscreen. Completing the look are carbon fiber belt covers, and a Ducati Performance license plate holder. Huzzah.

No word on pricing or availability yet from Ducati USA, though we would expect the Stripe models to be in dealerships shortly. Existing Monster 821 and Monster 1200 owners can likely purchase the “Stripe” body panels as well from their local Ducati dealers, should they strike your fancy.

Photos of the Ducati Monster 821 Stripe:

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Photos of the Ducati Monster 1200 S Stripe:

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2015-Ducati-Monster-1200S-Stripe-01

Source: Ducati

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  • Richard Gozinya

    Or you know, if you want stripes that badly, paint them yourself, or break out the 3M tape if painting’s not among your repertoire of skills.

  • Daimyo

    Jensen –

    The striped 821 gets an adjustable fork as well?

    According to visordown at least

  • Pete H.

    I see they still aren’t bothered by people with normal sized feet not being able to get proper placement on the pegs.

  • Bob

    Pete H. gets it… How many extra knee and ankle joints do Ducati test riders possess?

  • Tyler C.

    Pete and Bob I’m 6’2” and 235 and I fit on a monster just fine. There are some nice forward controls available for Harleys

  • Daimyo, yes fully adjustable forks on the 821.