The Ducati UK roadshow starts this weekend with the first of 19 dates
The Ducati Roadshow makes its debut this weekend at Rosso Dublin on Saturday and Millsport Motorcycles in Ballymoney on Sunday before continuing on to a further 17 locations across the length and breadth of the UK this summer.
- 2015 Roadshow starts this weekend at Rosso Dublin and Millsport Motorcycles Ballymoney
- Ducati UK Roadshow will visit 19 locations across the UK and Ireland
- Extended test rides up to one and half hours long
- New 1299 Panigale and Multsitrada will form part of the test fleet*
The Ducati event truck and demonstrator fleet has proved a popular attraction over the last few years with the Roadshow assisting dealers in providing its dealer network with an extensive test fleet and experienced road test guides.
Demonstration rides now give the customers an extensive period of time to evaluate the bikes with accompanied test rides lasting up to one and half hours taking in a variety of roads and conditions to fully assess the bikes capabilities. Pillion riders may also join in the test rides for the chance to appraise the ergonomics of these machines.
The demonstrator fleet showcases the 2015 range including the incredible new 1299 Panigale and the soon to be launched Multistrada 1200. Although the 1299 Panigale and the Multistrada will grab most of the attention there will be an extensive variety of models to choose from. The Diavel is a must to test ride appealing to all types of riders - once ridden many riders fall for the Diavelís versatility and performance. The Hyperstrada like the Multistrada will benefit from the extended test ride allowing riders to gauge the renowned touring and sporting abilities of these bikes.
In addition to these bikes there will be the 899 Panigale which is a firm favourite amongst sports bike riders whilst the legendary Monster range has evolved with the new Monster 821 and 1200 for those who prefer more naked thrills!
To take a test ride at any of these events, riders must have a valid motorcycle licence (both parts required) and appropriate clothing and safety gear. Local dealership staff will be on hand to give expert technical, sales and service advice and trained riders will be there to guide all test rides.
The Ducati UK event truck along with a fleet of demonstrators and display bikes begins at Rosso Ducati in Dublin on the 7th March before finishing off at WM Snell in Alton on the 5th July.
For the latest information on the Ducati Roadshow visit www.ducatiuk.com
or contact your local dealer. *The new 1299 Panigale and Multsitrada may not be available for the earlier roadshow dates depending on their availability in the UK. Please contact your dealer or Ducati UK for confirmation of the availability of a particular model.