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An epic travel diary with Ducati
29 Aug

Riding with Ducati will complete your dream of experiencing the thrill of riding. The technology and performance of Ducati Monster 795 and Hyperstrada, includes ABS, Ducati Traction Control (DTC), Ducati Quick Shift (DQS), Engine Brake Control (EBC) and Ride-by-Wire (RbW), will give you the perfect balance of high-performance riding in all conditions, from the street to the track.

A one-day Ducati voyage to the north of the island via the most scenic areas of Kintamani and Bedugul will be an epic travel diary to satisfy your everyday adventure. On a thrilling trip through the twists and turns, you can immerse yourself in your surroundings and the typical Balinese countryside where you need only worry about enjoying yourself. At additional cost, you can also request other Ducati professional riders on the island to accompany you along the route.

If you need to make this experience even more authentic, go for two-day trip, where you can spend the night at Lovina and get the chance to see the dolphins before you head back to Denpasar. This trip will start in Denpasar and head straight to Ubud, Bangli and Kintamani. A scenic view of the lakes will be your lunch treat when you reach Bedugul. After spending a night in Lovina, you will head back to Denpasar through the west side of the island. Quick stop at several places will add the colour of your ride. This package will include lunch and professional Ducati riders with minimum 3 bikes to rent. Keep in mind that petrol is excluded in this package and there will be an extra charge for riding in a couple.

Ducati Bali Club members believe in safety and responsible riding on the street and utilizing the track to improve your riding skills. In doing so, they create a safe and fun riding environment in which we all can enjoy. Riding with Ducati is all about falling in love with the local culture and foods, while at the same time appreciating the stunning performance of the beast you are riding!

Courtesy of Ducati Bali

Bali Online Editor – Freelance Indonesia