The Supreme x Ducati Streetfighter V4 Is The Ultimate Hypebeast Superbike

Meet the fastest collab in Supreme’s Spring-Summer 2024 collection.


Supreme, the undisputed king of lucrative crossbranding, has adorned the Ducati Streetfighter V4 S with its signature red and white logo.

Unlike some of the other collabs in Supreme’s Spring-Summer 2024 capsule, like the CRKT CEO Microflipper pocket knife or three-legged Nite Ize Buglit standing flashlight thingy, the Italian naked bike wears the Supreme labels quite naturally, perhaps because Ducatis are already partial to red and white paint jobs.


According to Top Speed, Drudi Performance, the revered Italian helmet maker responsible for Valentino Rossi’s custom lids, designed the special-edition livery. Supreme logos also appear inside of the white rims, complementing red Brembo calipers. Pirelli was able to squeeze a few of its own logos on the front fender and fairings, as was Shell with its pervasive Pecten scallop symbol.

Beneath all of that jazz, the Streetfighter V4 S is powered by the same Stradale 1,103cc V4 that makes the flagship Ducati Panigale V4 fly—in this application the engine develops 208 horsepower and 90.4 pound-feet of torque. Traction control, various ride modes, wheelie control, cornering ABS, engine brake control, and a two-way quickshifter help the rider out, lest they’re more hypebeast and less rider.


No price or drop date has been revealed. Based on the $20,000-plus price that a Supreme-branded Honda CRF250R dirt bike—which typically retails for about $9,000—previously fetched auction, don’t be surprised if the Supreme x Ducati Streetfighter V4 S sells for $40,000 or more.