Ducati Globetrotter 90 Project: The Final Seven Riders
It’s official! I have been chosen by Ducati as one of their adventure riders in the Globetrotter 90 Project. Myself and six other riders (all of us are below) will rally around the world utilizing one Ducati Multistrada 1200 Enduro in celebration of Ducati’s 90th anniversary.
Not only am I truly honored to have been chosen after proving my abilities in Tuscany but I am also unbelievably stoked to be working with Ducati on this project. It brings me even greater joy to continue doing what I enjoy most in the world.
Currently, specifics surrounding the routes are being hashed out but the best advice is to follow us all on our Instagram feeds and our travel journals on the official Ducati Globetrotter 90 Project website. We will all be documenting our journey in our own unique way while visiting points of interest that relate to the history and identity that is Ducati.
And yeah, we all are gonna be looking for some fun off-road sections to mash on during our trip. I certainly will be. This is an adventure bike after all.
Since this project is a social one, you will have the opportunity to meet up and share the road with us along each of our routes if you feel so inclined.
We all hope to see you on the road.
I do this because I truly love motorcycles. There is nothing else quite like it.
Vir Nakal and myself trying to figure out how an iPhone works Jess Leyne face says it all. Happiness is playing in the dirt on motorbikes.
Rather be riding than fixing but it's all part of the job. Timo Shcafer Steve Fraser and Hugo Wilson Eduardo Generali and myself taking selfies.
Keywords: ADV, Adventure Motorcycle, Adventure Rider, Ducati, Globetrotter90, Italy, Multistrada Enduro 1200, Tuscany, motorcycle, photography, samuel Bendall Photography, travel
Way to go Sam! You'll do it justice! It's a tough job but..,
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