ser friendly. That’s the characteristic Ducati had in mind when it set about revamping the Enduro variant of its Multistrada adventure bike. As well as bringing the latest electronics and rider assistance, Ducati has updated the instruments to improve the way you change and customize modes. The suspension is new, the engine is new, and the styling, well, they figured that wasn’t broken, so best leave it alone. In the words of Project Manager Stefano Tarabusi, “Three years since Ducati entered the Enduro segment with the Multistrada and it is time for a face-lift. But this is a functional face-lift, not an aesthetic one, to make the bike more enjoyable, more accessible, and more intuitive.” We had 120 miles of breathtaking riding around the mountains of Tuscany to find out if they succeeded.