The roads on Sardinia are narrow and deliciously twisty, and the views of the coastline are like something you’d see in a travel magazine. Devouring these roads on the Multi was a blast, but the Enduro gives up a fair bit of sporting prowess to the standard Multistrada. (To the standard Multi’s credit, it’s incredibly athletic, and in my mind is really just a sportbike on stilts.) The Enduro’s extra weight (over 50 pounds), longer wheelbase, and longer suspension make for heavier steering and a less planted feel at speed. Hard braking and quick direction changes are where it loses the most ground to the standard Multistrada, but for such a large machine the Enduro can still hustle down a twisty road.