Priced at $60, the book covers every one of the nameplate’s models since 1946.
The new $39,500 model variant now gives Ducati the largest offering of superbikes available today.
The generally well-mannered bike can also be blissfully unruly, but all in good fun.
The marque says it can only accept an extremely limited number of requests each year, though.
Christened as Fuse, the bike runs on a Ducati engine and required over 1,000 hours to complete.
The 170 hp model variant is the king of the mountain in its class.
First revealed at November’s EICMA show as a prototype, the new 108 hp all-terrain model is scheduled to reach dealers in the spring.
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Powered by the manufacturer’s 153 hp L-twin motor, this naked bike will tackle canyons and the commute with equal ease.
The $35,500 model variant has the same beastly engine as the Panigale V4 SP superbike.