Click here for an CycleVIN Motorcycle History Report on this 2013 Ducati Monster Diesel. Additional photos are available here for your perusal.
In 2011, Ducati announced that they would be partnering with fashion company Diesel as a sponsor for their MotoGP race efforts. For the 2013 model year, Ducati and Diesel came together to create something for the public, a special edition of the Monster 1100 EVO that was styled by Diesel’s designers, led by founder Renzo Rosso. Renzo’s son Stefano was the Project Leader, and in this story on Asphalt & Rubber he is quoted as having said, “when we had the opportunity to work with Ducati, with last year’s MotoGP sponsorship, we discovered a whole world of shared values and common roots. That brought us the desire to create something new together, and we made it in the only way we know: taking the great know-how of both companies and mixing it with passion and creativity. The results are unique products, characterized by a great mix of design and technology.”
The Monster 1100 EVO (introduced as a 2012 model) featured the Ducati Safety Pack with traction control and ABS, Marzocchi forks, Sachs shock, and a 1,078cc L-Twin which was the first Ducati air-cooled 2V Monster motor to produced a claimed 100 horsepower.
Diesel’s styling touches included a military green paint job, yellow calipers, Diesel branding, and the opportunity for people to make jokes about how the engine wasn’t diesel-powered.
This example (VIN: ZDM1RARR5DB067175, Engine #: RARD008314) is #556 of the production run.
The seller is the original owner. The odometer shows 1,330 miles.
Modifications: Termignoni exhaust and carbon fiber heel guards.
Scotts steering damper.
SpeedyMoto frame and axle sliders.
Carbon fiber engine cover.
Rizoma master cylinder reservoirs, grips, and mirrors. CRG levers.
Rizoma rearsets and foot controls.
Evotech Performance tail tidy and turn signals.
Rizoma gas cap.
The seller will include all stock parts if the new owner desires them. Not pictured is a Antigravity lithium-ion battery and a Bazzaz fuel controller.
Maintenance History: 600 miles – oil change and dealer inspection. 1000 miles – oil change by seller (approximately 11 months ago).
There is no other requires service require per the manufacture at the mileage. Currently located at our facility in Santa Monica, California (please make an appointment for an inspection), this Ducati is offered on a clean California title with registration current through May 2022 (the seller has updated tags in his possession).
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