The Ducati XDiavel is Designed For Feet-Forward Cruising

By: Rahul Kalvapalle - Nov 17, 2015
References: ducati & gizmag
The Ducati XDiavel is a motorbike, unveiled at EICMA Milan, which celebrates and brings forward the cruiser riding position that a growing number of bikers are starting to favor.

This bike is equipped with a 1262-cc engine that offers a broad torque spread for better performance, with 95 pounds-feet of torque pumped out when you hit 5,000 revolutions per minute. This is a bike that allows you to enjoy a relaxed ride, but also gives you to the option of churning out high-end horsepower when you feel a need for speed.

Ultimately, the Ducati XDiavel is all about the riding positions -- this bike offers a ridiculous 60 different ride positions, thanks to four different footrest positions, five seat positions and three different handlebars.

This enables the bike to offer an ergonomic and comfortable riding experience for riders of all shapes and sizes, a testament to the importance of customization to the modern motorbike world.