The brand new Ducati Multistrada 1200 S DVT is the best road bike for nasty roads. Despite being designed for rougher roads, the Multistrada can also be a town bike which provides comfort and unrivaled technology to its riders. This bike is equipped with new suspension, an electronic control system, and brand new tires which allow the Multistrada to roam any terrains with ease. With all the features offered by this bike, the Multistrada is rather cost effective as compared to other more appealing bikes on the market. Almost 80% of this Multistrada version has dominated the sales.
The handling of this bike remains sharp and precise despite its size allowing the bike to be more adventurous and agile. The new suspension certainly contributes to the Multistrada’s pace on the road; it is hard to figure out how the Multistrada could be bulky and yet move faster than any other bikes with the same size. Other features which further enhance the bike’s performance include the ride height alteration and the four riding modes to adjust the suspension. These two features complement one another for a better ride experience.
The Multistrada is equipped with a dynamic valve timing system, leaving riders drooling. The valve timing system has a few functions that boost the bike’s performance by leaps and bounds. Firstly, the valve timing system maintains a more constant combustion cycle which reduces fuel emissions and consumption of the bike. Apart from that, the valve timing system further enhances the power of the bike, especially during high revs. The valve timing system also plays a role in smoothing out low-rev clatter in the bike.
When the bike is in an idle state, the bike’s engine sounds distinctly different from its predecessor. It is quieter and softer. Ducati has definitely put in a lot of effort, time, and energy in solving known issues in its predecessor. Among the issues solved were the weak rear brake system and the seizing exhaust valves.