Ducati Globetrotter 90 reaches Indianapolis
The Ducati Globetrotter 90 tour has reached Indianapolis at the hands of Brazilian Eduardo Generali, and is now on its way to New York.
Eduardo picked the bike up in San Francisco and took 17 days to cover 5300km across the American west, which he defined as 'a unique experience'. Along the way he visited the Laguna Seca circuit, riding the famous Corkscrew, before meeting his father in Los Angeles and visiting the Grand Canyon, Monument Valley and the Valley of the Gods in Utah.
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Eduardo and his father then travelled to Pikes Peak, home of the famous Pikes Peak International Hillclimb, which Ducati won from 2011-2013 with a Ducati Multistrada Pikes Peak, before reaching his final destination - the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
The fifth rider on the tour is Australian Steve Fraser, photographer and adventurer, who will visit Daytona in Florida, before continuing to New York.