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Author: James Oxley

After more than a year of riding the Ducati Multistrada 1260 Enduro, we’ve given the ABR Verdict to the big adventure bike. The premise is simple. Following thousands of miles of riding in all conditions, we’ve assessed how the 1260 Enduro performed as a commuter, a weekend tourer, a pillion carrier, and as a continental road tourer. And, although we didn’t get to ride the bike around the world, we’ve summed up how we think it would fare as an RTW overlander.

Ducati Multistrada 1260 Enduro

Whooping for joy

Over the course of a year with the 1260 Enduro, both ABR Editor Bryn and I took possession of its keyless ignition fob and enjoyed riding the motorcycle throughout the UK. I won’t spoil the video by giving away all the details here, but rest assured it’s a sensational machine that genuinely made me whoop for joy on more than one occasion.

It fell to me to have the final say on a bike that we were both genuinely sad to return to the good folks at Ducati when the loan period came to an end. So, without further ado, here’s the ABR Verdict on the Ducati Multistrada 1260 Enduro.

If you’d like to learn more about the 1260 Enduro, you can read my in-depth written version of the bike’s ABR Verdict here. And, you can discover the top five things Bryn liked about the motorcycle here.