The second in the series of “Ride on the wild side” videos about the Ducati Multistrada 1200 Enduro has just been uploaded. In this episode, the Multistrada’s riding modes are highlighted, showing how the bike is adapted to the rider’s amount of experience, riding style as well as terrain.

There are four modes available, rider-selectable by pressing a switch. Touring mode sets the suspension on medium for comfortable, long-distance riding, even when two-up. All 160 hp is allowed out, and ABS and suspension is set to medium and firm, respectively, for balanced braking and safety.

In Sport mode, the power level is the same as Touring, but the suspension is set to firm, while ABS is set to medium-soft. In Enduro and Urban modes, the suspension is set to soft for maximum comfort and ability to follow rough terrain. In Urban mode, the suspension and ABS get dialled up to the highest setting, while Enduro sets them on the opposite end of the dial.

Also show-cased is the ergonomic riding position of the Multistrada 1200 Enduro, along with the frame mounted skid-plate, high-level exit exhaust to prevent water ingress and high-bend handlebars for maximum rider control.

The Multistrada 1200 Enduro is expected to arrive in Malaysia in February or March 2016, and is estimated to retail between RM140,000 and RM150,000. The bike retails in the UK for £16,690 (RM107,000) for the base version in Ducati red, up to £19,220 (RM123,000) for the ‘Pikes Peak’ version with Ohlins suspension, Termignoni exhaust, carbon-fibre parts and three-spoke wheels.