Click here for an CycleVIN Motorcycle History Report on this 2018 Ducati Monster 797. Additional photos are available here for your perusal.

Normally we’d spend the first couple of paragraphs filling you in on background information about the Ducati Monster 797, but in this case the seller has rendered much of that irrelevant as his machine has been thoroughly modified to compete in MotoAmerica racing.

The seller of this Monster (VIN: ML0MADBM8JT000723) has a new race bike for next season so it’s time for this Ducati to go.

He bought it two years ago from Chris Boy of MotoCorse Performance to compete in the MotoAmerica Twins class. As the seller puts it, “no expense was spared on the build.” He competed in “CCS ULWTSBK / AHRMA BOT2/SOT3 for the past two years and was very competitive in both classes.”

The seller is the original owner of this Monster, and during his ownership of two years he estimates that he’s covered approximately 1,500 miles.

The sale includes a set of extra rims with rotor and Dunlop slicks, rear sets, rear set parts, and pegs. It also includes “OEM street Monster parts to put it back to street form” – everything (lights, signals, small fairing, etc) except the exhaust if the next owner wants to go in that direction. Otherwise, it’s ready to race as is.

“All maintenance, build, and service has been done by Moto Corse Performance. Oil changes have taken place every other weekend by me.”

Modifications:
Quickshifter (GP shift).

Ohlins forks and shock.

Engine built for MotoAmerica by Moto Corse Performance. “Highlights of engine work includes lightened flywheel, Pistal pistons and porting, forged crank, and a custom 2 into 1 exhaust.” The seller states that the engine puts down 92 horsepower to the rear wheel.

Custom fairing.

Cosmetic Blemishes:
“There are some small chips / scratches on the frame, fairing, and left side of swingarm (shown in pictures). Seat has a scuff on it. These are all minor per use, but I’d tried to show them as best as I could in the pictures to be transparent.”

The seller states that there are “no mechanical issues at all” and that it “has been a durable and reliable race bike.”

Currently located in Indianapolis, Indiana, this Monster is offered on a clean Indiana title. Have any questions about this listing? Let us know in the comments below!