Not a true dual sport for sure...but nice to see Ducati building something that is moving in the right direction, something that kind-of-sort-of resembles a real dual sport. I'd definitely buy one if I were rich enough to have lots of bikes. The $12k price tag doesn't help...
Still, I actually quite like it, and think it would be a fun ride!
Last edited by kj7687; 11-18-2016 at 01:39 AM.
KJ, just KJ, ok.
2004 GMC Sierra 1500, 1999 Toyota 4Runner
Past rides: 2015 Yamaha XT 250, 1997 Suzuki DR 200, 2007 Honda Ruckus, 2007 Yamaha TW 200, 2007 Kawasaki Ninja 500, 2009 Kawasaki KLX331S; 1994 GMC Sierra 1500, 1987 Nissan Pathfinder, 1992 Acura Integra, 1986 Honda CRX, 1989 Jeep Cherokee, 1994 Chevrolet Astro Van, 1979 Volkswagen Rabbit, 1984 Jeep Cherokee
Pair of 2006 TW's modded to the hilt and a Ducati Multistrada.
An Urban Enduro for the wanna-be crowd. Those 75 horses might need asphalt or very firm desert roads for traction.
2003 TW200 "Betty Boop"
2006 TW200 "Nibbler", a.k.a. “Mr.Gizmo"
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what's with the licence plate brackets on these "fancy" bikes these days? they look like an ugly hemroid waiting to be broken off
2019 honda cb500x
2018 honda grom
2018 suzuki dr200
I really like that kinda bike.
If it were made by Yamaha, Honda, or Suzuki, (ok, maybe Victory), I'd probably purchase it.
Yamaha - 1992 TW200
BMW - 1995 R1100GS