2003 Ducati Sport Touring on mail.2040motos
Ducati Sport Touring description
2002 Ducati ST4s with ABS. Great sport touring bike - amazingly comfortable on long rides with BRAND NEW Sargeant gel seat, but can keep up with the best of the uncomfortable sport bikes in the twisties. Super safe also with the ABS system! Bike has zero mechanical issues. Dunlop Sportmax tires have about 50% life left. Everything on the bike works - both side stand and center stands work, odometer works, speedometer works, tach works (Everything!) There is a crack in the display for the gas gague, but the screen still works with no dead pixels or anything. Also installed is G2 throttle tamer to tame the twitchy Ducati throttle.
Also comes with the 2 matching Ducati saddlebags which are hard to find and expensive as crap to buy separately. I also have the original factory seat too (for use if you like to lose feeling in your nether regions after about 45 min of riding...) All original manuals are included also, as well as 2 ignition keys and keys for the saddle bags, and Lt Snider repair manual (Great Ducati guy out in FL who literally wrote the book on maintenance, repairs and modifications on a lot of Ducatis - including the ST4s.) I have a stand and a battery tender as well that can go with the bike.
6,894 original miles - the bike needs nothing (except an oil change, which I could get done for you) Starts right up with no smoke, and has no leaks. I am the 3rd owner and have only had it since this past April. I truly love this bike and hate to sell it, but I sustained an injury at work and won't be able to ride for a while. Clean AZ title ready to sign over to new owner.
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Moto blogThu, 02 Feb 2012 00:00:00 -0800
The good news is Ducati managed to trim another second off of Valentino Rossi‘s Day Two test time. The bad news is the Doctor is still over a second behind Casey Stoner. Of course, considering how much faster Stoner has been compared with everyone else at the MotoGP test in Sepang, that’s nothing to be ashamed of.Thu, 05 Aug 2010 00:00:00 -0700
In today’s news that really isn’t news, an interview of Ducati CEO, Gabriele del Torchio, by Bruno de Prato found on Cycle World’s website on August 3rd, reveals the CEO speaking in a matter-of-fact tone about Valentino Rossi’s status as a team member on Ducati’s MotoGP effort. In the CW article, Del Torchio states that the 2010 racing season “will not bring to Ducati any crown in the sport,” but that he looks “forward to Valentino Rossi teaming up with Nicky Hayden.” “Nicky is a wonderful person and a great rider. This year, he greatly contributed to improving our Desmosedici racer.Mon, 12 Sep 2011 00:00:00 -0700
Ducati revealed its new Streetfighter 848, adding a smaller-displacement version of the original 1099cc Streetfighter first introduced in 2009. The 2012 Ducati Streetfighter 848 uses an 849cc version of the 11-degree Testastretta engine first introduced with the Multistrada, which should mean a similar 15,000 mile valve inspection intervals. The design is similar to the larger Streetfighter including the dual exhausts on the right side.
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