Following on from the Veyron, and a request from my other half, I thought I'd try something with two wheels. Not so easy as there is a lot less room to work with inside a bike frame. I do wish I had the fat wheels from one of the earlier motorcycle sets; the motorcross wheels just look too darn small.
Anyway, the bike is powered by a v-twin, has a single-sided swingarm like the real thing, and front and rear suspension, plus a neat little kickstand that stows away between the bottom panels when not in use.
Once again, I believe this is the only Ducati that has been scratch built from Technic. It is NOT the same as the 8420; this one was made with leftover parts from the 8145 Ferrari 599, and the 8291 Dirt Bike.
Bravo! Excellent in every respect. Met the stated challenges quite nicely, and captures the essence of a sport bike well. (I've been between sport bikes since my son was born. Last one was a Suzuki 1100GS, but a Ducati's always been on the wish list.)