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17-City Tour to Bring World’s Most Powerful Production Motorcycle Along With New 2019 Ducati Lineup to U.S. Cities From Coast to Coast   Beginning this Friday, January 18, Ducati North America will be hitting the road with a distinctive selection of their 2019 models, including the world’s most powerful production motorcycle, the Panigale V4 R. The “Ready For Red” tour will share the Italian brand’s technological and performance innovation with audiences across the United States with 17 stops in major metropolitan areas throughout the nation.   The events will be open to the public with pre-registration for attendance. For more information and to register, visit: http://www.ducatireadyforred.com/   Guests will have the chance to mingle with Ducatisti in a fun atmosphere while experiencing a diverse product lineup representing the expansive Ducati Worlds that range from Racetrack, Travel, Lifestyle and Sport with the Scrambler Ducati brand rounding out the experience.   In addition to the incomparable Panigale V4 R, other models scheduled to be on-site at the events will include the brand new Hypermotard 950 and 950 SP, Multistrada 1260 Enduro and Multistrada 950 S, Diavel 1260 S, and the Scrambler Café Racer, Scrambler Desert Sled, as well as the Scrambler Full Throttle.   2019 “Ready For Red” Tour January 18, 2019 – MotoCorsa – Portland January 19, 2019 – Block41 – Seattle January 23, 2019 – Harrison Eurosports – Salt Lake City January 25, 2019 – Skylight– Denver January 26, 2019 – Ducati Omaha – Omaha January 29, 2019 – Motor Cycle Center – Chicago January 30, 2019 – Ducati Detroit – Detroit February 1, 2019 – Lars Anderson Auto Museum – Boston February 13, 2019 – Ducati Sanford – Orlando February 15, 2019 – Ducati Miami – Miami February 19, 2019 – Ducati Austin – Austin February 21, 2019 – Bayou & Bottle – Houston February 23, 2019 – AMS Ducati Dallas – Dallas February 26, 2019 – OTTO Car Club – Phoenix February 27, 2019 – Ducati Las Vegas – Las Vegas February 28, 2019 – Location TBA– San Diego March 2, 2019 – Location TBA – San Francisco      

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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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