The Enduro is the go anywhere version of the Multistrada family. We take the beast on and off road for review... Test: Jeff Ware Photography: Heather Ware, Kris Hodgson

The big mumma of the Ducati Multistrada family is the mighty Multistrada 1200 Enduro. With long travel Ducati Skyhook suspension, a huge array of electronics, personalisation options and even optional tyre choice the Enduro can be customised to exactly what you want for serious off road adventure touring.

The Ducati Multistrada Enduro is the big go anywhere member of the Multistrada family. With 200mm of travel and Ducati Skyhook suspension, heading onto the dirt off the tarmac is a push of a button away. The bike is extremely good fun off road in the more open fast stuff as Jeff demonstrates!

The Ducati Multistrada Enduro is the big go anywhere member of the Multistrada family. With 200mm of travel and Ducati Skyhook suspension, heading onto the dirt off the tarmac is a push of a button away. The bike is extremely good fun off road in the more open fast stuff as Jeff demonstrates!

We spent two weeks with the Multistrada 1200 Enduro, one week with a version fitted with the off road Rally tyres and one week with a version fitted with the more road suited Scorpion Trail II.

 

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The Multistrada Enduro, fitted with the Pirelli Scorpion Trail II tyres, is a stunning roadbike that would give any sportsbike a damn good run for its money, probably coming out on top on most country roads.

The Multistrada Enduro, fitted with the Pirelli Scorpion Trail II tyres, is a stunning roadbike that would give any sportsbike a damn good run for its money, probably coming out on top on most country roads.

Ducati Multistrada Enduro Specifications

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Price: $29,790 + Ride Away (at time of publishing)
Warranty: Two-year, unlimited kilometer, two-year roadside assistance

Service: 15,000km – Valve Clearance at 30,000km

Personalisation: Visit Here
Colours: Red, White, Grey

Claimed power: 112kW[152hp]@9500rpm
Claimed torque: 128Nm[94ft-lbs]@7500rpm
Dry weight: 225kg
Fuel Capacity: 30L

Engine: Liquid-cooled, Testastretta 11 DVT, L-Twin cylinder, four-valve per cylinder, Desmodromic, 1198.4cc, 106 x 67.9mm bore x stroke, 12.5:1 compression, Mitsubishi EFI, Mikuni elliptical throttle bodies with RbW, two-into-one-into-two lightweight exhaust with cat and lambda probes, DTC, DWC, riding modes, IMU
Gearbox: Six speed, final ratio 15/43
Clutch: Wet, multi-plate with hydraulic control, self-servo action on drive, slipper action on over-run

Chassis: Tubular steel Trellis frame, two central cast aluminium sections, high pressure die cast magnesium front sub-frame, Trellis rear subframe, aluminium single-sided swingarm, Rake: 24 degrees, Trail: 109mm

Suspension: 48mm Sachs fully adjustable USD Skyhook electronic forks and fully adjustable Sachs Ducati Skyhook electronic monoshock, 200mm travel each end.

Brakes: ABS (9ME), dual four-piston Brembo radial calipers, 320mm semi- floating rotors, Brembo two-piston caliper, 245mm rotor, cornering ABS.

Wheels & Tyres: Spoked tubeless wheels, 3.50 x 17in, 6.00 x 17in, Pirelli Scorpion Trail II or optional Rally, 120/70 ZR17, 190/55 ZR17

Dimensions:
Wheelbase: 1594mm
Seat height: 870mm
Rake: 25º
Trail: 110mm

Instruments: TFT Display

Standard Equipment: Riding Modes, Power Modes, Cruise control, ABS cornering, DTC and DWC, RbW, Hands-Free, Full Led headlamp with light cornering function, bluetooth modul for infotainment.

 

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