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Adam Child  says:

2013 Ducati Multistrada ridden

Ducati’s Multistrada 1200 revolutionised the adventure bike class when it was introduced in 2010. Its sporty mix of 150bhp (derived from its 1199-derived V-twin), combined with high tech gizmos and real world comfort and usability proved a winning combination with over 20,000 examples sold worldwide so far. Three years on, Ducati is aiming to keep the Multistrada ahead of the pack by...

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stevielad

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stevielad says:

This is technology going too far. If the bikes electronics can decide whats happening to so many functions on the bike, you might as well put your feet up in front of the box and send the bike out on it's own!

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snev

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snev says:

Wow

I remember just getting on and riding. Bugger me Iv'e been missing out.

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CobbZ

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CobbZ says:

LOL snev

You're such a cunt in everything you write on here its hilarious!

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TNTbikes

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TNTbikes says:

this gonna be world of technology soon

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Paulvt1

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Paulvt1 says:

Not too sure about the expensive suspension options - but the improvements elsewhere have me interested. The 2 i rode recently had poor wind management and a locked in riding position - 2 of the issues Ducati have fixed.

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snev

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snev says:

Cobbz

Thanks, I do try very hard to act like one.

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snev

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snev says:

cobbz....

Normally I would add a picture that relates to the insult or compliment but on this occasion I'll keep to the Snot.

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Rogerborg

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Rogerborg says:

Spooky prediction about the review

"Great bike, but buy a BMW."

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sprintst955

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sprintst955 says:

get the spanners out

thats a lot of italian electrics to go up in smoke.

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tman39a

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tman39a says:

Price???

All sound great but having owned cars with similar tech suspension I can assure you it aint cheap to maintain...something as simple as fork seals will be a nightmare to do let alone get the exact right oil. Also with the S model being £15,500 the price will likely rise and I'm sorry for 2 wheels that already far too much. Heaven forbid you have a minor front ding and need new forks or are heavier or lighter than the stock setup allows...then what...too much to go wrong. This is great engineering but who really needs it.

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