Post Listing Update: This Monster did not get any interest at the BIN of $10,500.
Even though it was basically a parts-bin special, the Monster has become one of Ducati’s most successful motorcycles of all time. In 2006, Ducati went a little crazy with their naked sport bike and stuffed it with a 998 superbike motor, radial-mounted Brembo brakes, and Ohlins suspension. It was the ultimate expression of the Monster – and at that time Monster sales were half of Ducati’s entire portfolio. In 2008, Ducati went a step further with the Tricolore. 400 examples were built, and 250 of those made it to the US.
The S4RS continued the parts-bin nature of the Monster as the motor, Termi exhaust, Brembo P34 brakes and 10-spoke Marchesini wheels all came from Ducati’s flagship superbike at the time. But the “three color” limited edition added the special paint scheme, individualized number plate, and one-off clutch cover. Carbon fiber was also used for the silencer cover, exhaust heat guard, front mudguard, radiator covers, and more.
This example (VIN: ZDM1RB5T68B111830) has 4,400 miles – 1,500 of which came from the current owner who has had the bike since 2015. It’s number 77 of 400 and the seller says it’s “immaculate with no issues.” It’s mostly stock with the exception of Rizoma mirrors and LED lighting. Find this S4RS for sale in San Diego, California with a BIN of $10,500 or best offer