We were sorry to see the Troy Bayliss Edition 1198R retire along with the popular three-time World Superbike Champion, but the Ducati that bore his name is still the superbike to have if you demand the very best. With a desmodromic V-Twin displacing just 2cc shy of the SBK limit pumping out a claimed 180 horsepower and 99 lb.-ft. of torque housed in a package weighing just 362 lbs., this Testastretta Evoluzione means serious business. Ducati was the first manufacturer to offer traction control on a production superbike, and the 1198R boasts eight levels of switchable intervention. Components are top-shelf, including an Öhlins 43mm fork and TTX shock, radial-mount Brembo Monobloc brakes and Marchesini seven-spoke forged-alloy wheels. Celebrating a new Ducati Corse logo, this special edition boasts a racy red, white and black paint scheme that plays up the bare-aluminum fuel tank. Price is around 40 large, but includes a Termignoni exhaust and paddock stand.