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Ducati DesertX Rally

Ducati introduces the awesome DesertX Rally, a formidable adventure bike designed for rugged off-road excursions. Building on the base DesertX model, this rally-ready version maintains the 937cc Testastretta engine and tubular steel chassis but adds off-road enhancements. Notable changes include a higher front mudguard, striking "Iron Giant" livery, and extended suspension travel. The front wheel now has a 21-inch rim and a 20mm increase in travel to 250mm. The rear shock boasts a larger 46mm piston and offers 240mm of travel.

Additional features include carbon steel spoked rims, Pirelli Scorpion Rally STR tires, and advanced electronics with six riding modes. With a ground clearance of 280mm and race-inspired components, the DesertX Rally is ready to tackle challenging terrains. Expect it to arrive in January 2024, with pricing details yet to be revealed.

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