Ducati Riding Experience Is Coming To America

The rider training program to be held in the mountains of Utah in June 2019.

Motorcyclists on Ducati bikes riding through trees.
The Ducati Riding Experience offers four-to-one student-to-instructor ratio, so this life-changing experience is limited to just 16 students. Would you like to be one of them?Ducati

Ducati is calling all of you Multistrada and adventure riders who would like to be a part of the legendary Ducati Riding Experience (DRE) Enduro program. The DRE, which has been held only in Europe up to this point, will be coming to the Flying Iron Horse Ranch in Utah this June, and space is limited so sign up fast because you never know if or when it will be back in the States again.

This two-day, hands-on training program will have riders honing their skills aboard the Ducati Multistrada 1260 Enduro before embarking on an adventure through Utah's picturesque backcountry roads among the Wasatch and Uinta mountains. Instruction will take place under the guidance of Paris-Dakar veteran Beppe Gualini and a number of guest instructors yet to be named.

The price for this rare opportunity starts at $1,900 per person for the two-day DRE and $2,900 for three days, which includes a two-day riding experience. The cost of admission includes lodging at the Sundance Resort, the rider training program, and a guided tour through the rugged mountain terrain once you've acquired the skills necessary to survive the ride. Remember that spaces are limited and they are selling out fast, so if you have the means and the desire to make it happen, go for it. This might be the only opportunity to be a part of the Ducati Riding Experience for most American riders.

Rider on Ducati in desert in front of mountain.
The Multistrada 1260 Enduro is the most off-road-capable member of the Multistrada family. Its 1,262cc Testastretta DVT engine provides plenty of rider-friendly power while offering a lower center of gravity which improves maneuverability.Ducati

2019 Dates And Package Pricing

Adding a guest runs $400 for sessions 1 or 2 and $600 for Intensivo, while riding gear rental is $179.