Walt Siegl Ducati L’Avventura Adventure Bike

Nov 6, 2017

Category: Rides

Over the hills and far away doesn’t seem as daunting or dangerous when on a capable adventure bike does it? In fact, we’d like to be first in line to take this Walt Siegl dual sport for a ride across the backcountry. It’s willing, capable and downright gorgeous to say the least.

At the helm of this here dual sport bike is a meaty 1100cc L-Twin Ducati engine which, along with 6.5 gallons of fuel capacity, ensures you’re off-road tour won’t run dry anytime soon. Dubbed the L’Avventura Series, the handsome bike also comes equipped with a GPS for those longer journeys, a long travel suspension, 21-inch front and 17-inch rear knobby tires, and the entire ride was reworked to significantly lower the overall weight. Best of all, each bike is made to order with your personal ergonomics, specs, and terrain preferences in mind. Just drop them a line to get started.

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