Ducati Monster 821 Review

The Ducati Monster is a popular range of motorbike launched by an Italian company Ducati. The Monster is designed by Miguel Angel Galluzzi and Ducati has been producing it since 1993. The company has produced and sold various variants of the Monster like the Monster 696, Monster 796, Monster 797 and so on. Giving continuity to the same trend, Ducati launched the Monster 821 in the mid 2014 which replaced the Monster 796.

The Ducati Monster 821 has been built on the same body design as of other Monster variants. However, the frame featured in the bike is different compared to other variants which make it specific. Also, the bike has been featured with dual exhaust, however, this time the exhausts have been moved to the side from the under-seat.

Moreover, the Ducati Monster possesses height and length of 1055 mm and 2170 mm respectively. Besides, the Monster 821 is 800 mm wide and the bike has got total weight of 205.5 kg after carrying its all parts. Also, the front tire and the rear tire of the motorcycle is 1480 mm far from each other.

Furthermore, the Ducati Monster 821 has been featured with Testastretta 11° L-twin, 4 desmodromically actuated valves per cylinder, liquid cooled, 821 cc engine. The particular engine, besides, provides maximum power & max torque of 112 bhp @ 9250 RPM & 89.4 Nm @ 7750 RPM respectively.

The Ducati Monster 821 gets exported in Nepal under the dealership of Turbo Motors Trading which also looks after its sales and services.

Price in Nepal: Rs. 2,500,000 (Monster Dark),

Rs. 2,500,000 (Monster Red),

Rs. 2,500,000 (Monster White),

Rs. 2,900,000 (Monster Stripe)


 Body Type



 205.5 kg


 2170 mm


 1055 mm
 800 mm


 1480 mm

 Ground Clearance





 17.5 liters

 Engine Type

 Testastretta 11° L-Twin, 4 Desmodromically Actuated Valves per Cylinder, Liquid Cooled

 Maximum Power

 112 bhp @ 9250 RPM

 Maximum Torque

 89.4 Nm @ 7750 RPM


 821 cc

 Box X Stroke

 88 x 67.5 mm

 Starting System


 Final Drive

 Front sprocket 15; Rear sprocket 46



 Front Suspension

 Upside-down 43 mm Forks

 Rear Suspension

 Progressive Linkage with Adjustable Mono-shock. Aluminium Double-sided Swing-arm

 Front Tyre

 120/70 ZR 17 Pirelli Diablo Rosso II

Rear Tyre

 180/60 ZR17 Pirelli Diablo Rosso II



 Front Brake

 2 x 320 mm Semi-floating Discs, Radially Mounted Mono-bloc Brembo M4-32 Calipers, 4-Pistons, Axial Pump with ABS as Standard

 Rear Brake

 245 mm Disc, 2-Piston Floating Caliper with ABS as Standard Equipment





 No. of Gears



 APTC Slipper and Self-servo Wet Multi-plate Clutch with Control Cable


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