I can't believe I'm doing this, but I am putting my Duc up for sale. I have unfortunately had 2 years of limited riding time for multiple reasons, and I see the next couple of years going the same way so I'm testing the waters. This is a wicked 150+hp sport touring bike that can be ridden as a hooligan beast or comfy touring bike on 500 mile days. There's not more I could ask of a bike other than offroad abilities which is where I see myself spending most of my weekends. I purchased this in 2017 from the original owner with a little over 2k miles, it now has about 11.4k miles (and will climb now that the temps are dropping). I have replaced the battery and had all services done yearly at Commonwealth Motors in Louisville. I have replaced the chain and tires (Pilot 4) which have less than 2k miles on them. Title is free and clear. Farkles included: Full Termignoni Racing Exhaust - sounds and performs amazing! 2 Separate SW-Motech Powered Tank Bags - both City and Micro bags included Puig Shorty Tinted Screen - Summer setup X-Screen adjustable extension for factory Touring Screen - Winter setup SW Motech Foot Pegs - lower and wider profile for my 6' frame AltRider Radiator Guard AltRider Oil Cooler Guard Touratech Side Stand Foot Extension Kaoko throttle lock Factory Options: 4 Ride Modes - choose between two 150 hp and two 90 hp options Skyhook Suspension with multiple settings to get it just right Full Ducati Pannier and Top Box set - extra large panniers and all keyed to the bike with liners Ducati Comfort Seat - first factory seat I never replaced Factory Fog/Aux lights Factory Crash Guards LED Headlight Factory bar risers Heated Grips Plus more I’m surely forgetting... I do have some odds and ends which include Bark Busters to cover the factory hand protection. The panniers and top box include the factory liners/bags for easy packing. The only blemishes are from a driveway tip over on the right side, I'll be happy to share pics of the blemishes. To me this is the best road bike on the planet, and I will own one again, but at this point I don't have the time to split riding 2 bikes and I am enjoying my time with my new toy hauler and KTM 690R playing in the dirt. Any questions just ask!