The Multistrada Enduro is Ducati’s globetrotter, a bike built to go anywhere and everywhere with all the supplies you need and maybe even a pillion.
It’s a big ask, and one that has to be tested. Click on the following videos for Mick Matheson‘s review of the all-roads tourer.
We loaded up the Ducati, two-up, for a month on the road, covering 6500km through the bliss of the European Alps, the backroads of the Adriatic Coast and even some olive-grove tracks in the mountains of Crete.
The route tested the Ducati’s efforts to blend all-round versatility with the high performance you expect of the brand.
From rides at home in Australia we knew it could do some serious adventuring when fitted with knobby tyres and pointed down a bush track.
Now we wanted to know if it could also hold its head up on an Alpine pass, keeping pillion happy over every kind of road for four weeks, and survive the heavy loads and high mileage associated with living life on the road.
The videos here take you one-by-one through the major aspects of the big Italian adventure-tourer.
They include the Enduro’s handling, its comfort for both rider and pillion, styling and the Touratech-built luggage system.
We look at the influence of the highly advanced electronic systems that have such a strong influence on the Ducati, as well as some of the basic functionality of its more tangible components.
Sit back, click play and find out more about this sophisticated explorer.