Ducati Pikes Peak Video
At the 2010 Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, Greg Tracy took the win in the 1200cc class aboard a Ducati Multistrada 1200.
Tracy, who dons the number 555 aboard his Ducati, posted took Pikes Peak at 11:46.6, with his teammate Alexander Smith taking third with a 12.53.4 in the same class.
Ducati Multistrada Parts
The long anticipated line of Touratech accessories for the Ducati Multistrada 1200 was unveiled at the October 2010 Intermot Motorcycle Show in Cologne, Germany and is now available at Touratech-USA.
New 2010 Motorcycles
This week, live on the Motorcycle Radio Network, Todd B puts his traveling boots on and heads down to the Big Apple for a visit to the 2010 Cycle World International Motorcycle Show (IMS).
Michael Lock Speaks…
Click video to see Ducati North America unveil the new 2010 Ducati Multistrada 1200 (for North America) at the International Motorcycle Show in Long Beach California on December 4th.
Multistrada 1200 NA Preview
Ducati North America will debut its latest model, the 2010 Ducati Multistrada 1200, in North America at the International Motorcycle Show in Long Beach, California December 4-6.
Multistrada 1200 Concept Video
‘A new biking concept’. That was the brief given to the Ducati Multistrada designers when they started work on the original Multistrada. It arrived on the market in spring of 2003 and created a new and exciting segment, typical of the Bologna manufacturer. A new vision which combined sports performance with trail-blazing capabilities while providing an extremely comfortable ride and unrivalled versatility.
2010 XB12X Review
Originally released two-years ago; the all-road sport touring Buell Ulysses XB12X has been refined and tweaked with each new model year. For 2010, the Ulysses XB12X has again acquired a few minor enhancements, so I decided to revisit this motorcycle once more. Before we get started, I have to say this versatile Ulysses XB12X motorcycle and I have formed a love/hate relationship.
Ducati Multistrada 1100S, Kawasaki Versys 650
As an off-road rider of over 40 years, I’m used to favorite routes getting closed down. I don’t like it, but it happens. As a street rider with 35 years of experience, a closed paved road really aggravates me. I still haven’t gotten over the closure of San Gabriel Canyon Road (aka California State Route 39) south of Angeles Crest Highway (aka California State Route 2).