You’re probably familiar with the name. Over the last 25 years, Ducati has produced many versions of the Monster, each representing an evolution in styling and engineering. This time, attention is on building a smaller, more-accessible bike for those entry-level riders who were overlooked when the Monster 696 and 796 were removed from the lineup in 2015. More than just straightforward and simple, however, Ducati also intended for the bike to be capable enough so that even more experienced riders could appreciate its unique styling and sporty performance. Accessible, but fully modern and capable.