New Ducati Motorcycles for 2016

Ducati at EICMA

Evotech Performance are currently over in Milan for the annual EICMA show where all the major bike manufacturers reveal their motorcycles for 2016. We have already seen the launch of some exciting new bikes, including the all new Suzuki GSX-R1000 and Yamaha MT-10. Ducati have their own big launch for the 2016 season where we see the very popular Panigale 899 replaced by a 959 version. ducati-panigale-959-evotech-performance-001

New Scramblers for 2016

Ducati have also revealed some new additions to the Scrambler range. 2015 saw Ducati make record sales on new bikes, mainly due to the huge success of the release of the Scrambler models so it is no surprise that the range is expanding for 2016.

Ducati Scrambler Flat Track Pro

ducati-scrambler-flat-track-pro-evotech-performance-001The fundamentals of the new Flat Track Pro remain unchanged with the main differences revolving around styling and accessories, similar to the variations in the current motorcycles. Evotech Performance expect most of their products currently available for the Scrambler range to be transferable onto the new bikes, possibly with the addition of some exciting new products to suit the new models. Current EP accessories available for the scrambler include;
  • Main Frame Crash Protection
  • Tail Tidies
  • Oil Cooler and Rectifier Guards
  • Engine Guards
  • Front and Rear Spindle Bobbins
  • Sprocket Cover
  • Levers
  • Bar End Weights
  • Headlight Guard

Ducati Scrambler Sixty2

ducati-scrambler-sixty2-evotech-performance-001 Ducati have also introduced a smaller capacity bike to the Scrambler range. The Sixty2 is a 400cc, reduced cost addition with areas such as the forks and rear swing-arm differing from the full blown scrambler. Targeted at the youth culture of skateboarding and surfing, Ducati are hoping to encourage younger riders of the 'pop culture' into the world of motorcycling. Evotech Performance will be keen to get our hands on one of these motorcycles to see which of the current range of accessories can be fitted to the Sixty2 and what exciting new products can be developed specifically for this bike.
By Dan Rack on 18 November 2015

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