Touring pack and top box fitted.
A 30-litre petrol tank, a double-sided swingarm, different geometry, a longer wheelbase, off-road cast footpegs, a new steel gearlever and rear brake pedal that can be used with on or off-road boots, and a new riding position designed to be better when standing up off-road style have been changed.
There’s spoked wheels with a 19-inch at the front and a 17-inch rear, different engine mapping, a new 870mm high seat, different mudguards, longer-travel suspension a slim and higher new exhaust, and that beautifully designed aluminium bash plate which all together turn the standard Multistrada into the Multi Enduro. Ducati say this bike is designed to be a global adventure bike, the kind of bike that can go anywhere and their first entry into what they’re calling the class ‘maxi-enduro tourers’. To you and me that means they want the bike to go head-to-head with the other bikes in the 30-litre tank club, namely BMW’s all-conquering R1200GS Adventure and KTM’s ultra-rapid 1290 Super Adventure. That’s some competition. But then the Multistrada Enduro is some bike.
6 Months warranty, a full workshop check in our state of the art workshops, full main dealer finance options available.