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Named for the iconic Pikes Peak hill climb competition in Colorado, one of the most famous hill-climb races in the world (where the Multi has seen multiple wins and records in the past), the 2016 Multistrada line sees a continuation of the Pikes Peak nameplate, and the same style of upgrades, on the DVT version of the Multistrada 1200. An Öhlins fork and Öhlins TTX36 shock (both mechanically adjustable) top the spec sheet of the new Pikes Peak, along with a carbon fiber Termignoni muffler and a low, carbon fiber windscreen. Red stitching on the seat and stripes on the 3-spoke wheels set the Pikes Peak apart, too, along with carbon components sprinkled over the bike—the front fender, tank cover, and lateral front partitions. Along with the typical suite of Bologna’s electronics (Ducati Traction Control, Wheelie Control, ABS, Cornering Lights, Bluetooth Multimedia System).

The Motor: 1198CC Testastretta DVT putting out 160 horsepower....A rocket with 4 modes of operation (URBAN, TOURING, SPORT, ENDURO).


Ducati 2016 Multistrada Pikes Peak by Ducati Corse