2014 Ducati Multistrada on mail.2040motos
Ducati Multistrada description
This is, without a doubt, the Greatest Motorcycle I Have Ever Owned!!!
But I have to move to Germany, so my loss is your gain...
2014 Ducati Multistrada Pikes Peak with many upgrades:
--Just installed Brembo M50 Calipers -- improves front end braking feel immensely!
--Termi shorty can with Mivv decat pipe -- the loudest Ducati I have ever heard
--Rexxer flashed ECU -- the fueling with this and the pipe is unreal. A dream and FAST.
--Ducati Performance LED auxiliary lights -- brightens up the corners and makes you highly visible
--Pazzo shorty levers on both sides -- in blue with green highlights, complementing the brake lines in same colors.
--Blaster-X integrated taillight over a custom made plate holder with plate light
--SW-Motech Eco City tank bag -- removable -- hooks up to electrics to charge your phone
--Garmin Zumo sat-nav with tire pressure monitors to keep you safe!
--SpeedyMoto frame sliders, as well as a Carbon Fiber water cooler guard
--QuickChange rear sprocket and probably a few other things i'm forgetting...
This bike is truly unbelievable to ride, and it is LOUD and FAST.
The yellow #73 decal on the adjustable Carbon Fiber windscreen can be easily removed without leaving residue (but it makes the bikes faster).
Auction comes with original cans, tires have 1,000 miles on them... I'll be sad to see it go. *tears*
Ducati Multistrada for Sale
Moto blogTue, 17 Apr 2012 00:00:00 -0700
Reuters is reporting Audi has reached a deal with Investindustrial to acquire Ducati for a price of 860 million euros (US$1.13 billion). Citing two unnamed sources familiar with the deal, Reuters reports the purchase price includes Ducati‘s debts, estimated by one of those sources at below 200 million euros (US$262.6 million). As previously reported, the deal will be officially announced April 18, ahead of the annual shareholders meeting for Audi’s parent company, the Volkswagen Group.Thu, 06 Feb 2014 00:00:00 -0800
There is no real off season in Moto GP. Although we complain about being starved of racing, for those at the sharp end, in little more than two months they have new bikes to assemble, team staff to put in place and sponsors to nail down that will pay for it all. This time frame is also tight for riders, as it seems more every year go straight under the surgeon’s knife after the last round and spend the short winter recuperating for the season ahead. The 2014 Moto GP championship looks like a cracker as apart from the ten full factory riders we now have at least eight non factory riders with properly competitive machinery. We also have five Brits on the grid, two with podium potential. Whatever happens though (providing you have BT Sport) you can just sit back and enjoy watching the incredible Marc Marquez do things that shouldn’t be possible. Speaking of whom, I didn’t believe a Rossi replacement would come this soon. And when I say replacement, I mean a rider that is the full package. Although in some ways quite different to Vale, he’s an equally phenomenal talent plus a very likeable character that appeals to the masses and although respectful to his rivals off track, deadly competitive in the heat of battle. Being young and good looking he’s obviously a dream for sponsors and the sport in general. Marquez has evolved in his own way but thankfully into a perfect replacement for our sport when the VR steps down.Fri, 25 Mar 2011 00:00:00 -0700
Things are coming along nicely in the Speed Triple camp. I’ve finally removed my gaffa tapped heated jacket controls from the tank, and fitted a pair of Bridgestones sticky but durable BT-16’s. Last week a huge box full of R&G crash protection stuff arrived so that will be fitted at the weekend for peace of mind, just as well really because the Triumph now feels like a finely tuned scratcher thanks to a recent new discovery.
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