and one that I have recommended to beginners time and time again. They are low seat, wider with wider bars and easy to ride. They have reasonable horsepower without having a big power rush that makes many sportbikes, especially the more modern bikes, a little tough to ride.
On the Ducati-make sure it has at least some service records. Depending on mileage, you’re looking for valve adjusts and belt changes. After 12K or so, the valves tend to take a pretty good seat and will they require checking, generally don’t take much in adjustment. Many dealers make belt changing seem like an art. It is I suppose if art takes 15 minutes to complete…seriously.
Ducati’s DO REQUIRE a little more effort/involvement in owning them, but in my opinion they are well worth the return. Lot’s of aftermarket, surprisingly cheap parts…and…it’s a Ducati!
If it floats your boat, I wouldn’t be afraid of it. Just do your research and know what you’re getting into.
Last thing, and you didn’t say…did you take the MSF class or are you “self/friend taught”? If you did, excellent choice! If you didn’t, stop riding and take the course. You’ll be doing yourself a huge favor.