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Ducati Motocross Bikes

The first motorcycle build by Ducati was a 48 cc bike which weigh did not exceed 98 pounds, and its top speed was 40 mph.

In 2005, The Hypermotard was first appeared in Milan, where it got the "Best of Show" award. Since then, it has won a range of other prestigious awards.

In 2007, the production of 'Leggera' was officially announced. It was based on Hypermotard, but lighter and more powerful. The machines marketed to North America a year later had a Tri-color edition, an improved saddle, an engine control unit, as well as sports exhaust.

Hypermotard 796 introduced in 2009 was a machine with lower seat and less powerful motor.  Later, Ducati was going to build a reliable 450cc motocross bike but decided to focus on MotoGP and road machines instead.

Currently, this lineup of Ducati includes Hypermotard 939 and 939 SP.

The Most Popular Models

The first Hypermotard came in two different versions, including the base and the more expensive machine featuring Öhlins rear shock, Pirelli tires, and a range of other more advanced elements. Thanks to the upgrade, the '1100S' model was lighter when compared with the base model, which made it better for motocross.

The 796 Hypermotard model by the manufacturer had 825-mm saddle and 800cc motor with electronic fuel injection by Siemens, and six-speed MT.

The Ducati Hypermotard 939, which look is inspired by dirt bikes, is suitable for the racetrack and a long-distance ride. It is equipped with a Testastretta 11° engine and The Riding Modes by the manufacturer. It is capable of developing 110 horsepower, and the riders will enjoy the maximum control and comfort. It riding position is similar to that in a motocross motorcycle.

1970 - 2021
435 - 1198.4 cm³
Dry weight
175 - 230 kg
Top speed
145 - 220 km/h
Engine type
Number of cylinders
Cylinder location
27 - 148 HP
Transmission type,final drive
Cooling system


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