2004 Ducati Multistrada on mail.2040motos
Ducati Multistrada description
nice super low mileage Multistrada 1000. I am the second owner. the original owner received the bike from his wife as a gift in 2004. he put just over 3000 miles on it before being grievously injured in a auto accident involving a tractor trailer. two months in the hospitial then another eight months rehabbing at home. tried riding the bike after recouping and dropped it in his driveway. he kept starting it occasionally until this spring 2016, and put it up for sale.
I bought the Ducati and took it to Moto Europa in St Louis and the following work was performed on their recommendation.
new timing belts
new avon tires
crank sensor seal replaced
chain adjusted and lubed
bike runs awesome, killer torque, handles great, just a cool bike. need to find something else seat height plays hell on my hip throwing a leg over.
cosmetic flaws are seen in pictures. the scrape on the right tail section happened when it fell over literally on him rolling it down the driveway. the other minor scratches are from long term storage. this is a good, inexpensive Ducati with low miles ready to ride anywhere.
licensed, titled, and insured in my name
Ducati Multistrada for Sale
Moto blogMon, 29 Sep 2014 00:00:00 -0700
Ducati has gone to great lengths to promote the launch of its upcoming Scrambler model. We’ve already seen several images of the new model, either from pre-production testing and various teasers including an odd claymation video series. Everyone pretty much already knows what it’ll look like, so Ducati decided to release official photos on its Scrambler Ducati Tumblr page including a full head-on shot and an animated gif of the bike in action.Wed, 02 Jul 2014 00:00:00 -0700
Ducati riders achieved the Middleweight Division victory and four of the five top motorcycle times of the day at the 92nd running of the historic Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, held last Sunday, June 29. This year’s introduction of new rules and new motorcycle racing divisions, including the “Motorcycle Middleweight Division” and “Motorcycle Open Division,” brought with it a field of strong competitors challenging for top times. The introduction of the “Motorcycle Open Division” – which allowed fully faired liter bikes to compete in the same class as the defending champion Multistrada 1200 – made it the most competitive motorcycle class and the one in which the top five times of the day were posted.Mon, 26 May 2014 00:00:00 -0700
Bryan Smith edged out Kenny Coolbeth Jr. by a mere 0.041 seconds to win the AMA Pro Flat Track Experts Twins race at the Springfield Mile. The ten laps of the race saw Smith and his Kawasaki battling for the lead with Coolbeth and Jake Johnson and Jared Mees sitting close behind waiting for an opening.
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