New Ducati MIG-RR E-MTB now available for test rides at Ducati dealerships

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Ducati E-MTB MIG-RR
The new Ducati MIG-RR is now available for test rides at 136 Ducati dealerships across Europe

The dedicated website lists the dealerships where you can see the new Ducati E-MTB and put it through its paces

The result of close collaboration between Ducati and Thok Ebikes, the Ducati MIG-RR is a high-tech E-MTB that meets the needs of even the most expert riders

Borgo Panigale (Bologna, Italy), 2 May 2019 – The new Ducati MIG-RR, the E-MTB presented by the Bologna-based bike manufacturer at EICMA2018, is now available at 136 Ducati dealerships throughout Europe.
 
Now, right on schedule, the first Ducati MIG-RR bikes are available at Ducati dealerships where customers can take a test ride. Designed
to provide full-on off-road fun and freedom, the MIG-RR incorporates all the style and technology that Ducati and its products are
famed for.
 
Test-rides are open to everyone. To book, just go to the dedicated website, identify the nearest Ducati dealership and contact them
directly by phone or email.
 
The Ducati MIG-RR is available at 136 dealerships in Italy, France, Germany, Spain, the UK, Switzerland, Austria, Belgium, Holland,
Norway, Greece, Finland, Denmark, Slovakia, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovenia and Hungary.
  
The MIG-RR is an enduro E-MTB with 170 mm of wheel travel at the front and 160 mm at the rear. It mounts top-drawer components
such as the Shimano Steps E8000 motor with 504 Wh battery, FOX Factory Kashima suspension, 4-caliper Shimano Saint brakes,
Mavic wheels (29” front, 27,5” rear), carbon fibre Renthal handlebars and a livery specially developed by D-Perf, owned by Aldo Drudi.
 
The MIG-RR can be ordered on the dedicated website or via the Europe-wide Ducati dealership network. Deliveries of the new Ducati
pedal-assist mountain bike to official Ducati dealerships and final customers’ homes have already begun.

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