Ducati Hypermotard 1100 EVO SP: Review and Price

For 2010 Ducati has brought us the Hypermotard 1100 EVO SP, and what can you say other than it looks like it wants to take you into a corner and give you abit of a kicking.

As with all Ducati’s the spec list is impressive featuring Marzhocchi forks with Ohlin’s rear shock, Brembo brakes and sticky Diablo SuperCorsa SP tires. The 1100 V-twin produces 95hp with the optional Termignoni end cans supplying the sound track. For all the EVO SP’s speed and mean looks it is said to be quite reasonable for comfort and refinement.

The styling is typical Hypermotard with a pointing front fender and short tailpiece it’s definitely something to look into when spending $14.995 on a new toy.

However the question is will it tempt the diehard sports bike fans onto something a little bit different? What are your thoughts?

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Written by Daniel Chubb

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