First Triumph, and now Ducati and MV Agusta look to MX and enduro

First Triumph, and now Ducati and MV Agusta look to MX and enduro

With Triumph having hired two champions of the calibre of Ricky Carmichael and Ivan Cervantes, Ducati and MV Agusta have now launched a plan to produce professional MX and enduro bikes

24 dicembre

This summer saw Triumph Motorcycles confirm that it has developed a specific project to produce enduro bikes for professional use as of 2023, and now it appears that Ducati and MV Agusta have also launched a two-year plan to manufacture MX and enduro bikes.

The experience of the Pierer Mobility AG Group with its own brand bikes for KTM off-road, Husqvarna Motorcycles and GASGAS has served as an example in a premium sector in which riders, enthusiasts and off-road users renew their bike pool every two or three years on average, fuelling a used bike market that has never been in crisis, with numbers in the region of 7000 units per year.


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