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Ducati Multistrada – RIDING IMPRESSION All roads lead to roam.

Ducati Multistrada – RIDING IMPRESSION All roads lead to roam.

From the July 2003 issue of Cycle World It was hard not to feel sorry for the old shepherd tending his flock near the winding road on the south coast of Sardinia, a large Italian island in the Mediterranean Sea. He was just minding the herd, as he's probably done for the past 50 years or so,...

Published on July 24 2015, 19:17
Source: www.cycleworld.com
 

When the BMW R1200GS was introduced in 2004, a key designer observed that as motorcycles were getting better and faster, roads were getting worse. It's no secret that race-bred superbikes have outpaced their usefulness on public roads, not just because of their otherworldly performance but... 

All roads lead to Rome, or so the saying goes. Once literal (all roads in the ancient Empire actually did lead to Rome), the expression in popular culture reminds us that different paths can lead to a common goal. Just like the new Ducati Diavel Dark and Moto Guzzi California 1400 Custom. Two... 

In our Top 10 Disappointing Motorcycles list, Tom nominated the Ducati Multistrada 1100 because he, like many (most?) despised its styling. But none of us could deny that, looks aside, it was a fine motorcycle. So for this week's Church feature, our pal Yossef Schvetz takes the updated... 

The Ducati Multistrada has been getting a little buzz this week, as Ducati announced the Multi would be the first recipient of its new DVT engine with variable valve timing. The Multi has long been a favorite touring bike amongst the MO staff, so for this week's Church feature, we travel back to... 

From the May 2006 issue of Cycle World We are suckers, all of us, and this limited-edition Ducati is proof. If the aqua-green frame and silver-metalflake paint don't catch your attention, surely the sweet-sounding accessory Termignoni megaphone pipes will. This bike exists precisely to suck us... 

Editor Score:90.25% Engine 18.0/20 Suspension/Handling 14.5/15 Transmission/Clutch 9.0/10 Brakes 9.5/10 Instruments/Controls 4.5/5 Ergonomics/Comfort 9.0/10 Appearance/Quality 9.0/10 Desirability 9.0/10 Value 7.75/10 Overall Score 90.25/100 Ducati, until the release of the Multistrada Enduro,... 

Ducati Motors Press Release: In 2015, DucatiNorth America increased unit sales by +14.1%, based on 12,132 total motorcycles sold in the United States, Canada and Mexico. This is the sixth year the company has shown impressive overall sales growth in its largest worldwide sales region. All three...