2010 Ducati Multistrada on 2040-motos
Ducati Multistrada description
Up for a sale is a bike that I just had to have. It is 4 bikes in one. Really only 3, but they say it is 4. Either way, it is just too much for me. I like the excitement of speed but this thing has just too much. It is going to cost me too much in tickets to keep it.
This is a 2010 Ducati Multistrada S. It has around 24,000 miles. I have not put many miles on it only because it scares me. I have had about 15 different bikes in the last couple of years and this one is just too much. It is fairly light weight and with 150 horsepower, it just flys.
All service is up to date ahead of time. New chain and sprockets. It has side body protectors by SW Motech, Barkbuster hand guards, Termignoni exhaust ($700 upgrade), Ducati GPS ($900) option, aftermarket Cee Bailey windshield ($200), plus some other goodies. Tires have about 1000 miles on them.
This bike has 4 electronically adjusting riding modes: Touring, Sport, Enduro and Urban. You can adjust each to the type of riding you will do. Touring and sport give you all of the 150 hp while Enduro and Urban cut the power down to about 100 hp. This bike also has anti lock brakes and traction control. The Multistrada S is the sport version with rear panniers for holding just the right amount of stuff you want to take with you. This bike also has the adjustable Ohlins shocks front and rear. The Ohlins are the top notch suspension that you find on only the best bikes. Just google this bike and you will see rave reviews on all the great features. This is one of the few years this bike came in all black. Hard to find in this color.
Ducati Multistrada for Sale
Moto blogTue, 03 May 2011
I've never met a motorcycle dealer who isn't flat-out 24/7 and Steve Gannicott, the big cheese at George White Motorcycles, is no exception. George White's have 7 dealerships across the country and 6 outlet stores - a lot to keep on top of so Steve probably didn't need me pestering him all day but that's exactly what he got. When I managed to get hold of Steve, he was really supportive of my entry to the 848 Challenge and wanted to get behind it because George White now has a Ducati dealership.Sun, 03 Apr 2011
So with an afternoon of sightseeing completed (a rare luxury on most launches) it's back to the hotel for the press conference. These are you usually long winded, tooth pulling affairs with Japanese technicians insisting on speaking their bestest engrish which only serves to elongate the proceedings. Nothing kills a presentation more than reading every word of a powerpoint slide verbatum, even thought the viewers can read exactly the same words (and probably a lot faster). The Crossrunner presentation was mercifully brief and snappy followed by dinner in the hotel and a reasonably early night as everyone had already been up for twenty hours.Wed, 11 May 2011
When I dropped off my trashed 848 to George White, along with a box of parts, I didn't realise how much work would be involved in preparing the bike for the 848 Challenge. If I did, I probably wouldn't have had the front to show up, point to a date on the calendar two weeks ahead, make everyone a cup of tea and then clear off. Truth be told, it's taken a huge effort to get the bike to a place where it's got everything it needs to go racing and I wouldn't be heading to Assen without the effort of Paul Sands (Sandzee) and Mike Collis at George White who worked all sorts of hours to get it sorted.
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