2016 Ducati MultiStrada Enduro Touring

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This thing is a Beast!
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The Enduro’s larger off-road bias changes the entire feel of the bike mind you, and in a lot of ways the bike doesn’t feel like a Multistrada at all. Credit the new ergonomics (reworked to help riders stand up while off road), taller saddle height, and updated, longer-travel suspension here.

The change in attitude meant it took me a while to get used to the bike as we rode off this morning, and I think that if I took any one thing away from the initial street ride it's that you'll have to approach a ride on the Multi Enduro differently than you would a ride on a standard Multistrada or Multistrada S, those bikes having always felt more like a sportbike with a beak than anything else. By comparison, the Enduro moves around quite a bit more on a tight road and feels slightly less agile thanks to updated geometry that's intended to provide better stability—something that's more of a necessity when trying to keep control of a 160-hp bike as you rip down a dirt road.

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