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Ducati Diavel

The don't-call-me-a-cruiser Diavel is tough to categorize. Seating position is cruiser-esque, yet it comes with a lap-timer and an athlete’s hardbody in the form of a Testastretta twin retuned to a claimed 162 hp. It has ultra-wide 240-section rear rubber, Brembo brakes, traction control, ABS and riding modes. A Carbon version gets a different livery and lighter bits. Ducati does call its new XDiavel a cruiser. It has a bigger engine equipped with DVT, longer wheelbase, stretched-out riding position and belt drive. S version also available.