Ducati’s superlative Multistrada 1200 Enduro is already perched on the peak of what most normal mortals can handle—a towering, 152-horsepower (claimed), snarling beast of adventure-touring burden, with more acronyms than your nearest military base (veterans will know exactly what I mean) that correspond to a slew of electronic aids meant to make the beast rideable by the aforementioned normal mortals. And just in case it didn’t look quite beastly enough for you, Ducati has now announced the new Multistrada 1200 Enduro Pro package.
The Enduro Pro comes with all the standard equipment of the regular Enduro, like Bosch 9.1ME cornering ABS, cruise control, four ride modes, the Ducati Multimedia System (DMS), Ducati Wheelie Control (DWC), Ducati Traction Control (DTC), Ducati Skyhook Suspension (DSS), Vehicle Hold Control (VHC) and cornering lights (DCL). (Read our full First Ride Review of the 2016 Multistrada 1200 Enduro for details.) But to appeal to those riders who, as Ducati puts it, are “eager to get off-road and get exploring,” the Enduro Pro also sports a “rough surface finish” sand-colored paint scheme with matching two-tone seat, a black rear subframe, clutch and alternator covers, a low screen, Touratech crash bars with LED auxiliary lights, a Termignoni muffler and knobby Pirelli Scorpion Rally tires.
Ducati says we can expect to start seeing the Enduro Pro in dealerships sometime in August, and the U.S. retail price is TBD.
It’s hard to tell exactly where the end of motorcycling as we know it exists, but I suspect you can see it from the saddle of a Ducati Multistrada 1200 Enduro Pro . . .
Does not look like the cage will protect much of the bike if its dropped, but very nice styling exercise. Good looking bike.
Well, beauty is in the eye of the beholder. IMHO – yuck.
Looks good. If I wasn’t so old I’d like to try one.