2013 Ducati Multistrada 1200 S Granturismo on mail.2040motos
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2013 Ducati Multistrada 1200 S Granturismo, The ultimate in Ducati sport touring! - Ready to ride the world. The S Granturismo embodies the touring spirit of the new Multistrada to perfection. The 73-litre panniers, top case and Ducati Skyhook Suspension (DSS) have been combined with even more touring-oriented ergonomics to engine protection bars, to provide an optimal set-up whatever the riding conditions. The goal: to tour the world. MCC Motor Cycle Center serves Chicago, Illinois and all of the Chicagoland area. Call our sales team with any questions! We welcome all trades and offer full service, parts, accessories and apparel departments. Easy financing is available on most bikes! We carry Ducati, Triumph, MV Agusta, KTM, Husqvarna, and Norton motorcycles. We also rent Triumph motorcycles. See you soon!
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Press release from MotoGB: For those Ducati Monster owners that only want to add pure Italian made products to their Ducati, then look no further. Top Italian performance exhaust manufacturers, LeoVince, have just released some new slip-on exhausts, called the LV-ONE, for the Monster. After a years research into what customers want from an exhaust, namely high quality, better sound, better performance ...and all at a good price...LeoVince came up with their LV-ONE design. The casings special finish looks like titanium, the exhausts are all 'E' approved for road use, and finished off with their new techno-polymer tailcones.Mon, 16 Jun 2014 00:00:00 -0700
British brand Hesketh has officially launched its limited edition tribute to its Formula 1 roots and the start of a new generation of motorcycles. The Hesketh 24 was originally supposed to be ready in February but after encountering some delays, the 1950cc V-Twin is ready to go. Hesketh is only producing 24 units, but the company says it has plans for a two-seat sport-touring model based on the same platform.Fri, 29 Jun 2012 00:00:00 -0700
As expected, MotoGP organizers have officially lifted the rule barring rookies from racing for factory teams, but the Grand Prix Commission also tweaked some other regulations including a cap on factory prototype machines. We’ve discussed the lifting of the rookie rule already, with the main impetus being to allow a manufacturer such as Honda to sign up-and-coming Moto2 star Marc Marquez when he is expected to move up to the premiere class next season. As of Jan.
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