2019 Ducati Panigale V4 S MC Commute Review

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When it comes to superbikes, no one does it like Ducati. Case in point, its new red-hot (both figuratively and literally) Panigale V4 S. The Panigale V4 S is Ducati's top-shelf, 190-hp road-legal sportbike that's engineered for experienced riders who want to smear Pirelli rubber on the road and track.

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Ducati's 190-hp Panigale V4 S stars in this episode of <em>MC Commute</em>.
Ducati's 190-hp Panigale V4 S stars in this episode of MC Commute. (Ducati Motor Holding/)

It’s powered by Ducati’s recently engineered 1,103cc V-4 engine that was engineered using its vast MotoGP experience. In typical Italian fashion, the engine delivers an exhilarating experience like few other motorcycles made. It’s paired to an electronics package that is near the top of the class with a re-engineered chassis that is vastly more competent than the 1199/1299. Together, it’s the ideal recipe for eating miles of asphalt.

But don't take our word for it; watch the Ducati Panigale V4 S in action as we ride to the Motorcyclist office in Southern California. Make sure to leave us a comment and share with us your thoughts on Ducati's latest and greatest sportbike.

Vadim Victor Volkov a 37-year-old alleged patched member of the Hells Angels was charged with money laundering

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Ice-cream machines labelled “scientific equipment” were shipped off to Thailand by a Hells Angels bikie as part of an elaborate investment scam, police allege.

Vadim Victor Volkov, a 37-year-old alleged patched member of the Hells Angels, was charged with money laundering on Monday while an arrest warrant has been issued for his 62-year-old alleged accomplice.

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Detectives, who have spent eight months investigating the pair, say they are responsible for a complex scam where they passed themselves off as Russian scientists to land investments.

They will allege the two men claimed to be owners of a graphene battery technology, GraphenEra, and in May 2016 “dishonestly advertised investment opportunities to an ASX-listed company based in Brisbane”.

The Brisbane company,



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