Ducati's Monsters are coming on two wheels
Ducati is to 'exclusively' unveil six of its latest models in Ireland this spring - including the much sought-after Monster 1200S.
The famous brand will do so at the Carole Nash Irish Motorbike & Scooter Show in the RDS in early March.
The Monster is regarded by many as Ducati's most iconic bike over the past two decades.
The 1200S gets a new frame, resized chassis and redesigned bodywork.
Along with its renowned suspension, it has a carbon-fibre front fender, new triple Y-spoke cast aluminium wheels, an LED daytime running light and LED turn signals.
The 1200cc Testastretta 6spd engine produces around 150hp at 9,250rpm.
The company will also unveil at the Dublin show the latest Supersport, the Monster 797, the Multistrada 950, the Scrambler Café Racer and Desert Sled.
The show runs from March 3 to 5.