Back in the day, a dozen years ago, whenever I ambled into Snell’s of Alton they had a brand new Ducati 749R displayed on a podium. It was a compelling sight, deep red paint glowing […]
This is turning from an event to a tradition: the day on which Scotland’s Ducatista come out to play at The Green Welly Stop – the highland’s answer to Surrey’s Box Hill. On offer are […]
7:30 on a Sunday? Sorry, does not compute. But my phone is binging cheerfully at me, the little sod, a cat is asleep on my head, beloved is a whiffling heap under the duvet and […]
The fourth and final part of my full, three-months-on, review of my Multistrada 1200S Touring.
The third part of my full, three-months-on, review of my Multistrada 1200S Touring.
Part two of my full, three-months-on, review of my Multistrada 1200S Touring.
Being the first part of my full, three-months-on, review of my Multistrada 1200S Touring.
Now here’s a suprise: The new Multistrada isn’t *quite* perfect. Here’s why…
I’ve found a non-trivial issue with the stock suspension settings on the Multistrada 1200S. For ‘non-trivial’ read, “Factory cock-up”.
There’s been much speculation about the cost of dropping a Multistrada off-road. Here’s the answer…
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