Extraordinarily refined and elegant four-stroke single-cylinder, the result of the genius of designer Pierre Terblanche combined with the vision of Massimo Bordi, translated into pure technique by Claudio Domenicali.

Built in only 67 examples, the Supermono is made exclusively to compete in the homonymous category both in Italy and abroad. The single-cylinder, 4-valve, water-cooled engine has a displacement of 550 cc and with a power output of 75 hp that allows the bike to reach a top speed of 220 km/h.

The design is the work of Pierre Terblanche, while the technical manager who turns this project into reality is Claudio Domenicali, the company's future CEO. Characterized by numerous innovative elements and elegant, aerodynamic lines, the Supermono competes successfully in all the competitions in which it takes pare.

Thanks to the extensive use of composite materials such as carbon fiber and magnesium alloy, the Supermono weighs only 100 kg, demonstrating all its technical sophistication. With this Ducati, in 1993 Mauro Lucchiari won the Riders' title in the European Supermono Championship, while Ducati won the Manufacturers'one.

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