Now that looks like a motorcycle, not a mass produced appliance. Air-cooled with no ugly radiator or plumbing to obstruct the classical lines.You can actualy see the chassis and engine. Hopefully it will have the same musical exhaust bark as the one Paul Smart rode.
Oh my, I've got goose bumps and that's not easy to do at my age. Well done on the review. I've been waiting for someone to write a report on these sport classics. I saw both the PS1000 and the S1000 in our local dealership and they are absolutely stunning. Ducati has done a great job of replicating the past while giving it modern mechanics. It is like no other bike on the road. I was going to buy a Thruxton but the Thruxton is like sitting on a kids toy bike compared to the Ducati.
Another well written review Yossef! Always worth the price of subscription. The bike reminds me of why I fell in love with bikes to begin with when I was about 10 y.o. The pudding bowl was the icing on the cake!
The super-extrean "riding position" of this sub-100 hp bike is all that stopped me from buying one, Showroom floor discussions with others told the same story. Ducati, please offer a SPORT with the Ohlins suspension and 2 up seating. Even at $15K I'd buy it.