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Ducati Multistrada description
For the uninitiated, the Multistrada is a sport touring bike like only Ducati can do. The Pikes Peak version was made to commemorate Ducati's dominant performance at the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb. The Multistrada still holds the record for fastest time to this day and was the first motorcycle to break the 10min mark. With all that being said, this is not a race bike. Its a sport touring bike with a gorgeous paint scheme and a lot of carbon fiber. When I purchased this bike I wanted a bike that I could comfortably carry luggage and a passenger while still keeping some sport feel. It definitely hit those marks and more. Even though its only been 2k miles theyve been trouble free and very enjoyable. I have tried taking it on improved roads and its worked pretty well especially with the traction control but I wouldnt venture too far off the beaten path. It still has that touring bike weight to it. The easiest way to describe this bike would be a comfortable couch with a superbike engine under it. You have great upright visibility, quality brembo brakes, adjustable suspension, ABS, traction control, and theres plenty left to bring luggage and a partner with you.
Theres some small scratches on the right side mirror cover and crash bars on the right from a parking lot drop. Otherwise its in great condition. Always garage stored.
AltRider Crash Bars
AltRider Side Stand Foot
AltRider Luggage Rack
AltRider Radiator Guard
AltRider Header Guard
Carbon fiber tank cover (cant remember the brand)
Factory Termignoni exhaust
Just did a full service at Ducati Winchester (changing belts and swapping all fluids, etc)
All stock parts are included
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