There’s a new Monster in town, with Ducati announcing the Monster 821 Stealth.
The Stealth is powered by the same liquid-cooled L-twin the rest of the 821-series Monsters, which makes around 111 hp at 9,250 rpm and 66 lb-ft of torque at 7,750 rpm, depending who you ask. The frame is the same steel trellis assembly as well.
What sets the Stealth apart is a bit of added bodywork (flyscreen, pillion seat cover), along with full-adjustable 43 mm Kayaba USD forks, and an up/down quickshifter. And, the paint job is also new for this model.
Other upgrades include Bosch ABS and traction control.
We haven’t seen Canadian pricing or availability for the Monster 821 Stealth at this point, but we’d expect it here for 2019.