The DUCATI STREETFIGHTER Party!

Published on October 22nd, 2009

This coming weekend promises to be one to look forward to with enthusiasm and excitement as the ‘Unleash the soul of Ducati with a Streetfighter’ party will be held this Friday, 23rd Oct 09, at the party and fun renowned street better known as Asian Heritage Row, brought to the Malaysian superbiking and superbike enthusiasts community exclusively by Next Bike Sdn Bhd, the sole importer and distributor for Ducati motorbikes in Malaysia, which is a subsidiary of the Naza Group of Companies.

Catch a glimpse of this extreme, 2-wheel thoroughbred of a machine, the first naked sports bike equipped with competition-level traction control, and celebrate a night of fun and entertainment – Italian style off course at the Loft.

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The street party will span throughout the Asian Heritage Row, with a huge impossible to be missed Ducati arch welcoming all guests and visitors.

The party will begin at 10pm and will go on until the official stipulated partying time set by the relevant authorities of 1am. There will be fun and games as well as a mouth-wateringly enviable public display of other powerful, exotic and thoroughbred bikes from the Ducati’s product range, including the menacing Monster and the lightning quick 1198. 

The fun and excitement does not stop here, as the whole street will be abuzz with the Ducati ambience and presence with visitors and guests being able to shop for their favourite Ducati merchandise at special booths that will be conveniently set-up at the entrance to the Loft.

To add to the excitement on the street, beautiful Ducati ‘Walkabout Girls’ will be strutting their stuff, holding up placards and posing trivia questions to those who can answer instead of just gawking with saliva-filled mouths wide open, with winners gaining special invites to the by-invitation-only smashing good time of a party.

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The Streetfighter comes equipped with an L-Twin Desmodromic liquid-cooled engine that muscles out an impressive 155hp with 115Nm of torque, through its 1,099cc displacement.

It is the first Ducati superbike to feature Ducati’s Traction Control (DTC), offering riders a choice of eight ‘sensitivity levels’, each one programmed with a wheel-spin tolerance that is matched to progressive riding levels of skill.

text: Azdee Amir  pix: Next Bike Sdn Bhd

 

 

 

 

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