Ducati Cafe Racer, a café racer which competes on the Italian racetrack circuit, was unveiled at this year’s CES show in Las Vegas.
This is the first time a cafe racer has been shown on the big screen at CES, and we can’t wait to see what else the company has in store for the future.
Check out the gallery below to see a few shots of the bike’s design.
The Ducati Cactus cafe racer features a unique, futuristic look that was inspired by futuristic architecture.
It features a curved, metal frame, which features a new rear shock, with a large rear diffuser and carbon fiber exhaust.
The chassis is also built using a carbon fiber monocoque and aluminium tub, which adds to the futuristic look of the cafe racer.
There’s also a carbon fork and rear shock that can be customised to the rider’s height and weight, and an aluminium rear shock mount that can accommodate a wheelbase of up to 3.5 metres.
A new rear diffusing system can reduce drag and reduce the vibrations that cause rear wheel spin.
It also comes with a new ABS system, which allows for more precise handling.
The cafe racer’s suspension is constructed from carbon fibre, and is designed for the rider to take full control of the machine.
The café racer also features an optional carbon fork for a more upright riding position.
The bike also features a dual-mode brake system that can assist with brake grip, and can also be configured with a different brake mode for different riding conditions.
The ride quality is good, too.
The new Ducati Café Racer is a great cafe racer that will be on display at CES next year.