Ducati, in Ducati fashion, held the final press conference of the day to celebrate the Monster’s 20th birthday. Stefano Sbettega, Ducati’s marketing and communications director, brought Nicky Hayden to the stage for the announcement that concluded with free booze for the assembled scribes. That’s why you go last. Oh, and the Monster? Ducati will bring in just 200 of each model—696, 796, and 1100—for 2013. Because the bike has changed so much since Miguel Galluzzi’s original was unveiled in 1992, the red-and-gold scheme isn’t quite successful as retro. Evocative, but not a direct reproduction of the bike that, arguably, saved Ducati.