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Ducati colab with trendy clothing company for limited run Streetfighter V4S

MY25 Ducati Streetfighter Supreme

Ducati have been big on collaborations with other premium brands over the years, and the latest comes in conjunction with American clothing and lifestyle brand Supreme, who have created a range of fashionwear, protective motorcycle clothing and a special edition version of the 208bhp Streetfighter V4S, with graphics created by Aldo Drudi – the man famed for Valentino Rossi’s helmet designs.

No price has been announced for the bike, which will be made in limited numbers, however the brands say that it will be a good chunk more than the near £23k commanded for the Streetfighter V4S upon which it is based. It comes hot in the tracks of the Ayrton Senna tribute Monster, which was announced a few weeks ago.

Drudi has daubed the Streetfighter with what Ducati describe as a pop art design, with Supreme’s logo boldly emblazoned over the bodywork and wheels, and with neat details like the matching red Brembo brake calipers, digital start-up animation on the TFT dashboard and a custom single seat unit. The bike is delivered in a stylised wooden box and comes with an accessory kit which includes the parts required to turn the machine into a two-seater, as well as a bespoke motorcycle cover and the all-important certificate of authenticity.

Supreme has worked with Drudi and Ducati on a technical apparel collection consisting of a matching Arai RX-7 V EVO helmet, Spidi C1 leather gloves and a choice of either a leather jacket or race suit, which are made by Dainese.

 

Supreme Ducati Jacket

There’s also what’s known in the fashion world as a capsule collection, essentially a small and limited run range, of casual clothing which matches the bike. This consists of two T-shirt designs, a tracksuit, hooded work jacket, football top and a hat. The leathers are only going to be available to purchasers of the actual bike, but if you fancy the helmet, gloves or any of the clothing items, they are being sold through Supreme’s retail channels.

Dynamically there will be no difference between the limited edition Supreme Streetfighter and the standard V4S. Ducati haven’t told us how much the new model will cost, how many will be built or how long it will go on sale for, however it is very much aimed at the very lucrative Ducati collector market.


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