The new Ducati Multistrada is here, and it’s awesome



There is so much fun that can be had on two wheels. there is a sense of freedom and adventure when you’re on a motorcycle that just isn’t there when you are in a car. Few brands represent this better than Ducati. In the Ducati brand, this is best embodied by the Multistrada. The bike is built for adventure, and made to go with you wherever you might want to go.

The latest iteration of the Multistrada features updated aesthetics, a new granturismo model and the Ducati Skyhook Suspension that keeps the bike flat, even in fast acceleration and braking. The bike also features updates over last year’s model that give it better low-speed performance, improved lighting and customizable settings that change the bike’s performance and make it better suited to tackle different road conditions.

The 1200-cc, 150-HP powerplant gives riders plenty of power on tap. Whether it’s tearing up asphalt or tackling unpaved mountain singletrack, the Multistrada has all the performance you need. Curious bout the bike? Here’s a quick run-through of the features of each variant right from the Ducati press release:
All Multistrada models
• Second generation Testastretta 11° DS engine
• Latest Bosch ABS 9ME anti-lock braking system
• New 1199 Panigale wheel styles
• New headlight with LED low-beam illumination
• Hazard lights
• Larger screen with easy, pinch-and-slide adjustment
• Larger cockpit stowage with easy push-push lid latch
• Aesthetic enhancements (Front fairing, headlight, screen)
• Progressive spring (rear suspension)
• New colours
All Multistrada ‘S’ models
• Sachs electronic suspension front and rear
• Ducati Skyhook Suspension System (DSS)
New Multistrada 1200 S Granturismo model
• Extended screen
• Larger side luggage
• Top case
• Internal soft bags for luggage
• Pirelli Angel GT tyres
• 20mm higher handlebars
• Ducati Performance Comfort Seat
• LED spot lights
• Engine crash-bars
Multistrada 1200 S Pikes Peak
• New race replica livery
• Forged wheels by Marchesini


We’ll hopefully get some time with the bike over the next few weeks. We’ll keep you posted when this happens!