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Ducati Hypermotard 1100 EVO SP

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We’re going to get ahead of a little bit with our review of the new Hypermotard 1100 EVO SP. We spend of time riding various and four-wheeled vehicles, and very few – possibly none at all – garner the kind of ear-to-ear grins as oversized supermoto. It’s ridiculous and absolutely wonderful.

it’s fast. Yes, beautiful. But what is this mission in life? Is it meant as a hooligan machine with the front or rear wheel at any given moment? Is the temptation to black stripes and huge of white smoke in your from every single too much to overcome?

We spent 10 using the latest edition of finest all-road rocket for from runs to the grocery to riding two-up for a leisurely morning ride to an out-and-out with the local twisty strewn about with and potholes. Read on to find out we found.

Related GalleryReview: Hypermotard 1100 EVO SPPhotos by Korzeniewski / Copyright ©2010 Inc. First, let’s a look at this little of joy. It’s not exactly or … like Ducati’s superbikes or as polished looking as the Monster range. What it is, is angry.

From the beak-like fender to the minimal rear overhang, the Hypermotard 1100 EVO SP looks mean. like kick you off mechanical bull-style at the opportunity. There’s no mistaking the Hypermotard family tree, but something distinctly different the new 1100 EVO SP’s stance.

because Ducati saw fit to add a couple of of suspension travel while altering the rider triangle a unique set of handlebar mounts were designed in cooperation Marzocchi. Speaking of which, the geniuses at Marzhocchi also the SP’s upside-down forks for this application.

The newly blackened front measure 50 millimeters in diameter, are to a Diamond-Like Coating and are adjustable for preload, compression and damping. The shock comes courtesy of and it adds separate high- and compression damping to the fork’s of adjustability. Looking good so

Braking is equally well-suited to the with dual radial-mount Monobloc four-piston calipers down hard on twin discs up front and a twin-piston with 245mm disc at the Suffice it to say that the brakes absolutely no trouble slowing the Duc down from ludicrous and they offer almost levels of feel before their prodigious limits.

7.7-inches of front suspension on tap, there’s naturally a bit of dive when clamping hard on the binders, but it’s dealt with. The rear felt a tad bit too touchy at first, but we found our right ankle to the strong initial bite. No about the binders, then.

The Pirelli Diablo SuperCorsa SP offer plenty of it. In fact, generate the kind of sticking usually reserved for the likes of Rice’s fingers. Those also emit a very gray shade of smoke overwhelmed. not that we recommend out about that little yourselves.

Power from the air-cooled V-twin comes on a tad bit before the engine works into a frenzy in the higher of the tach and then falls off a bit before a shift light on the dash. Sadly, it’s than a wee bit unhappy below RPM or so, and it shakes exactly the same way as other large-bore air-cooled mill we’ve ever Some may call it character, and not exactly complaining ourselves.

But as we in our review of the Ducati Sport you sometimes feel like sitting atop an L-twin-powered shaker from Home at low revs and large throttle The good news, though, is the engine feels so great halfway through its rev range you soon learn to subconsciously it in its sweet spot. Problem then, right?

Plus, one more intoxicating payoff for the engine on the boil. We can’t say any degree of certainty what a bat sounds like as it retches its way the grips of hell, but we imagine it sound something akin to through the gears of Ducati’s EVO SP equipped with the optional exhaust system. Fortunately, the 1100 has acceleration that the shrieking wail of that bat out of hell.

Despite the fact that the very nearly sits on top of the front wheel, it’s near impossible to keep the tire on the ground when with maximum force the first two gears. Heck, the end will even get a tad bit light the shift to third. If 95 horsepower (at RPM) and 75-pound feet of (at 5750 RPM) don’t sound world conquering, believe us when we tell you you certainly won’t find lacking for power.

Though the is overused to the point that firmly filed away in handling can best be described as There’s scant distance the two sticky black rubber patches and the bike weighs 377 pounds (claimed, dry).

Add in a handlebar for maximum leverage and a profile that allows the plenty of body motion and angles limited only by the red plastic peg scrapers so thoughtfully by our Italian friends and all you have to do is about turning in the direction you to go. It just kinda happens there. So, here we have a can simultaneously earn both our and bewilder our senses.

Perhaps is because Ducati’s latest machine does exactly it was designed to do, which is to say it wheelies, and smokes its tires with abandon whenever the urge All it takes is a rider willing to his or her right wrist and hang on The amount of fun you have riding machine is very likely proportionate to how willing you are to push its

By now, you probably have a good idea about kind of bike the Hypermotard is to be. Well then, while it may not be an OMG, Bruce Willis’ is … and only the little kid can see level moment of magic, allow us to interject a little twist of our own now that you’re 90 through our review of the bike.

In to being a near-perfect machine which to terrorize unsuspecting children and small dogs, the Hypermotard 1100 EVO SP is actually a acceptable around-town mount. The position is all-day comfortable, the rider’s legs at a completely angle directly below the and the handlebars an easy reach out

Wind blast is just as present as you would expect the lack of a fairing, but that headlight module and jutting fender did much better we expected in directing the onrushing away from our chest and We put a passenger on back in an effort to a glaring weakness, but besides insurmountable helmet-butting due to the close of the Hyper’s saddle we got no complaints our significant others.

Further, the aforementioned rough patch 4K RPM, the engine is perfectly at normal traffic speeds as as you have some measure of wrist restraint. Perhaps the issue some riders face is the 34.5-inch seat which barely allowed our one-inch frame to find footing for both feet. riders will need to the art of the side-slump with just one firmly on terra firma, but it can be done.

Usability is also hampered by the minimal 3.3 gallons of carried onboard. For what worth, aftermarket solutions are that allow much tanks, if that kind of is your bag. Remember the posed at the very beginning of our Their answers are a little bit of yes and a bit of no. The Hyper is completely capable of its role as a maniacal supersize there’s no doubt about

But it can also function perfectly as a method of getting you from A to point B with reasonable and refinement. Well, maybe not especially not with that exhaust — it’s not good etiquette to roll work setting off car alarms. but at comfort. So, in closing, what we here is a $14,995 motorcycle multiple personality disorder.

And we that in the best way possible.Related Ducati Hypermotard 1100 EVO by Jeremy Korzeniewski / Copyright Weblogs, Inc.

Related Ducati Hypermotard 1100 EVO by Jeremy Korzeniewski / Copyright Weblogs, Inc.

There’s no the familiar Hypermotard family but there’s something distinctly about the new 1100 EVO SP’s That’s because Ducati saw fit to add a of inches of suspension travel also altering the rider with a unique set of handlebar that were designed in with Marzocchi.

Speaking of the suspension geniuses at Marzhocchi tuned the SP’s upside-down specifically for this application. The blackened front tubes 50 millimeters in diameter, are treated to a Coating and are adjustable for spring compression and damping. The rear comes courtesy of Ohlins, and it separate high- and low-speed damping to the fork’s stable of

Looking good so far.

is equally well-suited to the task, dual radial-mount Brembo four-piston calipers clamping hard on twin 305mm up front and a twin-piston Brembo 245mm disc at the rear. it to say that the brakes have no trouble slowing the lithe Duc from ludicrous speed, and offer almost unparalleled of feel before reaching prodigious limits.

With of front suspension travel on there’s naturally a bit of nose when clamping down on the binders, but it’s easily with. The rear unit a tad bit too touchy at first, but we quickly our right ankle adjusting to the initial bite. No complaints the binders, then.

Grip? The Diablo SuperCorsa SP tires plenty of it. In fact, they the kind of sticking force reserved for the likes of Jerry fingers.

Those tires emit a very nice shade of smoke when not that we recommend finding out that little tidbit

Ducati Hypermotard 1100 EVO SP
Ducati Hypermotard 1100 EVO SP

Power from the 1100cc V-twin comes on a tad bit slowly the engine works itself a frenzy in the higher stretches of the and then falls off a bit short a shift light flashes on the Sadly, it’s more a wee bit unhappy below 4,000 RPM or so, and it exactly the same way as every large-bore air-cooled Ducati we’ve ever tested. may call it character, and we’re not complaining ourselves.

But as we said in our of the Ducati Sport 1000, you feel like you’re atop an L-twin-powered paint from Home Depot at low and large throttle openings. The news, though, is that the feels so great about through its rev range that you learn to subconsciously keep it in its spot. Problem solved, right?

Plus, there’s one intoxicating payoff for keeping the on the boil.

We can’t say with any of certainty what a damned bat like as it retches its way from the of hell, but we imagine it must something akin to running the gears of Ducati’s EVO SP when with the optional Termignoni system. Fortunately, the Hypermotard has acceleration that matches the wail of that aforementioned bat out of

Despite the fact that the very nearly sits on top of the front wheel, it’s near impossible to keep the tire on the ground when with maximum force the first two gears. Heck, the end will even get a tad bit light the shift to third. If 95 horsepower (at RPM) and 75-pound feet of (at 5750 RPM) don’t sound world conquering, believe us when we tell you you certainly won’t find lacking for power.

Though the is overused to the point that firmly filed away in handling can best be described as There’s scant distance the two sticky black rubber patches and the bike weighs 377 pounds (claimed, dry).

Add in a handlebar for maximum leverage and a profile that allows the plenty of body motion and angles limited only by the red plastic peg scrapers so thoughtfully by our Italian friends and all you have to do is about turning in the direction you to go. It just kinda happens there.

So, here we have a can simultaneously earn both our and bewilder our senses. Perhaps is because Ducati’s latest machine does exactly it was designed to do, which is to say it wheelies, and smokes its tires with abandon whenever the urge All it takes is a rider willing to his or her right wrist and hang on

The amount of fun you have riding machine is very likely proportionate to how willing you are to push its

By now, you probably have a good idea about kind of bike the Hypermotard is to be. Well then, while it may not be an OMG, Bruce Willis’ is … and only the little kid can see level moment of magic, allow us to interject a little twist of our own now that you’re 90 through our review of the bike.

In to being a near-perfect machine which to terrorize unsuspecting children and small dogs, the Hypermotard 1100 EVO SP is actually a acceptable around-town mount. The position is all-day comfortable, the rider’s legs at a completely angle directly below the and the handlebars an easy reach out Wind blast is just as present as you would expect the lack of a fairing, but that headlight module and jutting fender did much better we expected in directing the onrushing away from our chest and

We put a passenger on back in an effort to a glaring weakness, but besides insurmountable helmet-butting due to the close of the Hyper’s saddle we got no complaints our significant others. Further, the aforementioned rough patch 4K RPM, the engine is perfectly at normal traffic speeds as as you have some measure of wrist restraint.

Perhaps the issue some riders face is the 34.5-inch seat which barely allowed our one-inch frame to find footing for both feet. riders will need to the art of the side-slump with just one firmly on terra firma, but it can be done. Usability is also hampered by the minimal 3.3 gallons of carried onboard.

For what worth, aftermarket solutions are that allow much tanks, if that kind of is your bag.

Remember the posed at the very beginning of our Their answers are a little bit of yes and a bit of no. The Hyper is completely capable of its role as a maniacal supersize there’s no doubt about

But it can also function perfectly as a method of getting you from A to point B with reasonable and refinement. Well, maybe not especially not with that exhaust — it’s not good etiquette to roll work setting off car alarms. but at comfort. So, in closing, what we here is a $14,995 motorcycle multiple personality disorder.

And we that in the best way possible.

GalleryReview: Ducati Hypermotard EVO SPPhotos by Jeremy Korzeniewski / ©2010 Weblogs, Inc.

GalleryReview: Ducati Hypermotard EVO SPPhotos by Jeremy Korzeniewski / ©2010 Weblogs, Inc.

Ducati Hypermotard 1100 EVO SP
Ducati Hypermotard 1100 EVO SP
Ducati Hypermotard 1100 EVO SP
Ducati Hypermotard 1100 EVO SP
Ducati Hypermotard 1100 EVO SP


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