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What is that thing on the right side of the GP18’s rear suspension?
 
Writers dealing with MotoGP have recently speculated on Ducati’s latest test hardware, a slender aluminum strut extending forward from the rear brake caliper. Is it a rebirth of Kawasaki’s 1974 four-bar, twin-swingarm rear suspension known as “Fu-Bar”? Is it a warp drive that derives free energy from ions in the air?

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Peter Egan explains why the Ducati 900SS is one of the great used bikes you can buy and enjoy now
 
If the 1980s was the age of Disco, then you might say the 1990s was the age of Ducati—at least for those of us who like the music of big-bore Desmo V-twins from Italy.
For me and many of my ­riding friends, the bikes from Borgo Panigale are still perhaps the most enduring and colorful symbol of good times from that decade, as ­remembered through a lens of vibrant red or bright yellow—or maybe even ebony black, over a white trellis frame.
Ducati, of course, turned out an unbroken string of charismatic street- and racebikes in that era, but the one that really took the world by storm was the 900SS, introduced in 1991.
 
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