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    Ducati Multistrada Enduro

    Hi,

    I collected an ex demo Enduro yesterday and wondered if any one else has one on here. I find it similar to the GSA in ways with the gearbox and exhaust popping on slowdown but one thing I have noticed it it seems a little fidgety on slow islands but fine when at speed in corners.
    Anyone with any experience on these.

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    Nice bike mate congrats

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    Looks like Piddy's ! I tried a low seat on that bike and it was still bloody too tail

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    They are tall but if you lower the rear dampening you can get on with it, i'm only 5'8"

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    Any chance the front tyre was low pressure? That usually manifests itself on slow turns.

    Al
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    I'll check that and try it again tomorrow with a little blast to Wales.

    Quote Originally Posted by Blackal View Post
    Any chance the front tyre was low pressure? That usually manifests itself on slow turns.

    Al

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    Lovely bike , have fun

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    Does the rake of that seat crush your jewels?

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    No seat is fine very comfy bike.

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    It has a different centre of gravity than a GS and a thumping great big V Twin. You will find things improve with miles.

    Check tyre pressures, tweek riding modes & suspension settings to suit.

    Open up the throttle & it will all make sense.

    Lovely bike , enjoy.

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    Lovely bike congrats
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    A serious contender to the GS/A, looked at same bike but it was too tall for me too, shame.
    Never went for a ride on it but quite liked it..
    Good luck & enjoy..

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    I considered one but went KTM instead - nice bike all the same.
    I've gone orange 1290 SA

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    I took an Enduro Multi out for a spin this morning, very nice I like it a lot, the engine is a peach and the bike rides really nicely, the jury is still out as to whether I like it more than the regular Multi or not as the lower gearing of the Enduro is noticeable but that's easily remedied, hmmmmmm



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    Been out today for a spin and must say the bike grows on you (and your mates when you take off on it) a pleasure to ride.

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