The Hypermotard is a hard bike to classify. However it has never been a mainstream bike and if you want a Ducati that stands out, is tremendous fun to ride and you are into the whole big supermoto scene, the Hypermotard is for you. And the SP is even better. Big supermotos have a certain feel to them due to their longer travel suspension and pushed forward riding position, however Ducati has firmed up the damping on the Hypermotard to make it feel more like a naked bike in its handling characteristics.
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Never a bike for the shy, retiring type, Ducati has updated its Hypermotard, Hypermotard SP and Hyperstrada with a bigger engine and even more grunt for Thank the boffins who decided that bikes have to be cleaner and quieter for new Euro 4 emissions regulations in , because what it means for us is that to get similar power out of the engines that are now more heavily restricted by a longer, power-sapping Ducati have built bigger engines to play the system. Whoever the man in the white coat who thought of that is, shake him by the hand. But this time it gets more torque, more power, and more mid-range grunt. Up from an cc motor to a new cc oil-cooled lump for , the new bikes makes a claimed bhp Hypermotard was bhp with 10 per cent more torque than the old bike too at
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Say the word supermotard , and my thoughts are far from all-day ergonomics and manageable power. I think power wheelies. Backing it in. Sacrificing comfort to satisfy a hooligan need.
I abused one back in during my commute into Bath city centre, enjoying seven miles of rural roads before dissecting traffic during three miles of urban labour. The crux of the outgoing Hypermotard remains, with Ducati engineers choosing to concentrate efforts on the Testastretta powerplant. Thus, the remains a whopping gert motard with psycho tendencies and stacks of attitude.