2015 Ducati Multistrada 1200S Touring w/8900 miles
My favorite bike I’ve ever owned, hands down.
Cruise control, heated grips, GPS dash mount with power.
Antilock brakes, wheelie control, etc.
Four preset but customizable riding modes: sport, touring, urban, and enduro.
Full touring pack with side and top cases, including liners.
Garmin Zumo XT navigation.
Givi tanklock tankbag.
Michelin PR5 tires.
Only scratches are on the side cases from the previous owner.
I also have leather Alpinestars jackets (42 and 44), Alpinestars Atem suit (44), boots, helmets, gloves, etc for sale that we could work into a deal.
2013 Ducati Hyperstrada 821, ABS/TC/3 ride modes, approx 16K miles, factory luggage, center stand, Ducati tank bag. Includes Pitbull rear stand with 2 axle pins. New tires, belts done and many recent expensive new parts. Yes, there's a story here.... In the interest of full disclosure, I bought this last spring from Pauly and have actually put fewer miles on it than it traveled in my trailer to/from Commonwealth Ducati in Louisville. Took it for my first ride and BOOM....the ECU crapped out literally 2 miles from home. Turned out there was an open recall that neither Pauly nor the previous selling dealer had completed which fried the ECU and the TFT dash. PLEASE NOTE!!! I am not ascribing blame to Pauly, nor do I think he intentionally or knowingly sold a pig in a poke. Sometimes, life hands out shit sandwiches when dabbling in used vehicles...especially those manufactured in a country with a tri-color flag. He actually stepped up and offered to help cover some of the repair costs (I declined the offer) so....solid guy. Commonwealth completed the recall which involved replacing all the coil packs and luckily for me, Ducati NA stepped up and comped the expensive parts to the tune of more than $3000. I paid another grand for new coil packs and sundry labor charges. Bottom line, all is good with the bike (according to Commonwealth) but I have little love lost for this gorgeous lady....she has to go. If you think you're emotionally strong enough to suffer the slings and arrows of tumultuous love and favor all things Italian, this deal is calling your name. KBB Trade-in/Retail: $4550/$6600 NADA Retail Low/High: $5025/$6610 Honest Review: https://www.rideapart.com/reviews/255014/rideapart-review-2013-ducati-hyperstrada/
Fresh Michelin Commander 2 tires.
Fork flush last summer.
Ivan's ECU reflash performed by previous owner.
Front suspension fork brace installed by previous owner.
Brand new Mustang Touring saddle included (still have OEM saddles) and I have a few different windscreens to go with it.
I have liners for each hardbag.
New Yuasa installed last fall.
I have a small collection of goodies, like stock grips, another rectifier and shock pump.
Bike requires nothing but a new owner. Ready to roll.
Black 2019 Ninja 1000 abs with 4711 miles on it. I have several add ons that include:
Corbin 1up seat with a rear seat cowl.
Stainless steel dual Urban Brawler exhaust pipes.
Factory panniers keyed the same as the bike.
Hepco & Becker sport rack with a 30L top case also made by Hepco & Becker that attaches In the same location as the rear factory seat.
Integrated tail/turn/brake light.
Tires are roadsmart 3’s at 70%.
Givi 5L tank lock bag
Factory seats and exhaust pipes included
Clean, clear title and in excellent condition...just time for a change.