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Ducati Hyperstrada in the MOTORRAD compact test.

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Ducati Hyperstrada in the test

Supermoto sweeper with travel qualities

Combining a supermoto sweeper with tourism skills is not a completely new idea. KTM has already demonstrated this with the 990 Supermoto T. But this fell out of the program for this year and thus clears a gap into which the Ducati Hypermotard offshoot Hyperstrada punctuates.

Combining a supermoto sweeper with tourism skills is not that new. KTM has already demonstrated this with the 990 Supermoto T. But this fell out of the program for this year and thus clears a gap into which the Ducati Hypermotard offshoot is a hit Hyperstrada sticks into it.

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Ducati Hyperstrada in the test
Supermoto sweeper with travel qualities

Everything is the same in the engine room

The ingredients for this: a higher windshield, main stand and the 25 liter soft bags, which make the rear extremely wide and only become weatherproof with additional inner pockets. Spring travel reduced by 20 millimeters at the front and a correspondingly reduced seat height are just as much a part of it as the slightly higher handlebars, two on-board sockets and the newly contoured seat. Everything stayed the same in the engine room. The 821 cm3 V2 provides propulsion, which – already made an excellent debut in the Hyper-motard. As a result, the small Testastretta also impresses here with its superb revving, great acceleration from 3000 rpm and a wide usable speed range that keeps the pressure ready exactly where you need it for crisp country road fun.

The active seating position on the Hyperstrada, which fixes the driver in a seat recess close to the handlebars, also fits this dynamic character. The high windshield provides a little more wind protection without annoying turbulence. However, it also directs the airflow directly onto the helmet, which means that there is constant tension when the visor is open. A seat height of 840 millimeters now makes the command center more easily accessible for pilots without a guard. For those who prefer it even lower, the range of accessories has a bench 20 millimeters lower.

In terms of driving dynamics, the relationship to the Hypermotard is unmistakable. It requires a little pressure on the handlebars, but then pricks greedily into the corners. This is where the sporty genes show. Thanks to its softer spring, the shock absorber allows a little more comfort than that of the Hypermotard. But despite all the sporty attitude: Shortened spring travel and softer tuning set limits. The gear lever scratches the asphalt early on. When turning it quickly or with a passenger, the side and main stands also rasp on the roadway. Hypermotard and its SP variant are more suitable for romping through the Winkelwerk. But the Hyperstrada is more practical. And she can definitely do well-kept sports touring.

Technical specifications


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Traction control, ABS and various mappings are on board.

engine

Two-cylinder four-stroke 90-degree V-engine, two overhead camshafts, four valves per cylinder, injection, Ø 52 mm, regulated catalytic converter, six-speed gearbox, O-ring chain.
Bore x stroke 88.0 x 67.5 mm
Displacement 821 cm³
Rated output 81.0 kW (110 hp) at 9250 rpm
Max. Torque 89 Nm at 7750 rpm

landing gear

Steel tubular frame, upside-down fork, Ø 43 mm, single-sided swing arm, suspension strut, directly linked, double disc brake at the front, Ø 320 mm, disc brake at the rear, Ø 245 mm, ABS, traction control.
Cast aluminum wheels 3.50 x 17; 5.50 x 17
Tires 120/70 ZR 17; 180/55 ZR 17

mass and weight

Wheelbase 1490 mm, steering head angle 64.5 degrees, caster 104 mm, seat height 840 mm, weight with a full tank of 207 kg, load 199 kg, tank capacity 16.0 liters.

Furnishing

Flexible 50-liter side case, touring windshield, touring seat, passenger grips, center stand, larger front and rear fenders, engine oil pan protection, two twelve-volt sockets. Prepared for anti-theft device, heated grips, navigation system.
Two year guarantee
Colors red, white
Price / additional costs 12,590 / 305 euros

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