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 blogTue, 06 Sep 2011 00:00:00 -0700
Danny Eslick won his second career AMA Daytona Sportbike Championship, adding another #1 plate to the one he won in 2009. The Geico Powersports RMR Suzuki GSX-R600 rider won three races this season and added another five podium finishes to win the title by a 275-256 margin over Monster Energy Graves Yamaha’s Josh Herrin. Eslick clinched the title after finishing sixth in the first race of the 2011 season finale at New Jersey Motorsports Park.Wed, 23 May 2012 00:00:00 -0700
Robbie Brown shared the race wins with a resurgent Darren Fry at Round Two as the Ducati 848 Challenge visited the Assen TT circuit, the first of its two overseas rounds this year.Championship leader Brown (Ducati Manchester) was on imperious form all weekend, but Fry (Hirebase/JHP Racing), still not back to full fitness following an illness that left him in doubt about riding this year, put in a performance that was reminiscent of the form that took him to the Challenge title in 2010.With a win and a second place this weekend Brown extended his lead at the top of the table, but in also picking up a win and second Fry is back in the game in second with six rounds still to go. Sam Coventry (Moto Rapido), new to the Challenge this season and quickly getting back up to speed racing a twin after his year away in Spanish CEV championship, bagged third in both races to leapfrog to third in the championship.A number of other riders were able to put in solid performances over the two dry race days to do themselves no harm in the championship; in particular Jack Keen (Team Havoc Racing) with a fourth and fifth, and another championship newcomer Sean Neary (MotoCorse UK Racing) who scored a seventh and sixth.Race 1 was something of a dramatic affair with a number of fallers on the first lap, including front-runners Mike Edwards (OHLINS@P&H Motorcycles), Mark Cheetham (Hunt Pie Machines) and James Folkard (Win43.com) who came together at the first left-hander while battling for second place behind Brown. That left Coventry and Fry a clear track to chase down Brown, with Keen and Ed Smith (Ultim8 Racing) pushing hard through the field to close the gap.Thu, 19 Apr 2012 00:00:00 -0700
The other day Casey Stoner tweeted this shot of this factory looking kart, which the reigning champion has been customising during the MotoGP downtime between Qatar and Jerez. Stoner became hooked on karting after taking part in the ice-race at the Ducati/Ferrari Vrooom event in 2009, beating F1 driver Felipe Massa in the process. Not only a hobby, Casey uses karting for training, as the Australian says there are physical benefits as well as to his reflexes.
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