The Ducati Multistrada is an incredible motorcycle. It has superbike power in a package you can ride across the country or race with, equally as good at riding at 10 mph as it is 100. Now Ducati is giving it the dirt treatment, hoping to make the Multistrada 1200 Enduro the perfect all-rounder. And it is! But you…
Last week I flew to Sardegna, Italy, to test the new Ducati Multistrada 1200 Enduro. Photos are being edited and the review is on the way, so get your questions in now.
For the past decade, if you wanted an adventure bike (read: a big bike with big suspension you could sort of ride off road) you pretty much had to decide between the BMW GS and KTM 1190 Adventure. Ducati released their first off-road intended bike last month with the Ducati Multistrada Enduro, but they have a long way…
The Ducati Multistrada is one of the best sport touring bikes on the market, but it’s always made for a terrible adventure bike. At least until now. Meet the 2016 Ducati Multistrada 1200 Enduro.
If I'm honest, I'd take this new Ducati Multistrada over the just-announced 1299 Panigale in a heartbeat. I love sports bikes as much as the next leather-clad Power Ranger, but the dual – no, quad – purpose Duc has got a lot going for it. Except for that beak. Damn. And we thought Acura took the cake for worst schnoz.
Variable valve timing. It's not just for V-TEC, yo. It hasn't proliferated in the bike world, and Ducati is bringing it to its new and overtly Italian-named Testastretta 1198cc twin with "Desmodromic Variable Timing", or DVT.
Ducati became the first motorcycle manufacturer to integrate Dainese's D-Air airbag system into one of its bikes earlier this year, and now we get to see how the system handles crashing into one its corporate siblings.