2019 Ducati Multistrada 1260 Enduro

While it's not a dirtbike by any means, the Multistrada 1260 Enduro is probably the most off-road-capable ADV bike to come from Ducati.

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Thanks to a massive fuel tank and bigger, spoked wheels, the 1260 Enduro will go farther afield than ever.

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In the end, the Enduro is still a Multistrada and still a Ducati, so it has to be great in the canyons.

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The 1260 Enduro comes with semiactive suspension and all of Ducati's latest rider aids.

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The 1260 Enduro packs the standard Multi's 1264cc L-twin with dynamic cam control, good for 158 horsepower and with a big, flat torque curve.

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Being an ADV bike, the Multistrada Enduro has provisions to carry all kinds of luggage and protect its riders from wind blast.

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The 1260 Enduro features more accessible ergonomics that not only open it up for a wider group of riders, but also help lower its center of gravity.

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With a fully fueled and loaded curb weight in excess of 600 pounds, the Multistrada 1260 Enduro isn't exactly a mountain goat, but there aren't many better ways to cross a continent.

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