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Starting June 13th to
May 28th Paolo and
his Multistrada rode for

100.000km

through 5 continents

01

LEG 01

The off at WDW2010

0km

02

LEG 02

Eastern Europe

12.000km
N° 4 VISITED DOC

03

LEG 03

Moscow and Siberia

20.000km
N° 1 VISITED DOC

04

LEG 04

Japan

25.500km
N° 3 VISITED DOC

05

LEG 05

China - Pakistan

30.000km
N° 1 VISITED DOC

06

LEG 06

Malaysia

34.000km
N° 1 VISITED DOC

07

LEG 07

Australia

38.000km
N° 3 VISITED DOC

08

LEG 08

U.S.A.

50.000km
N° 32 VISITED DOC

09

LEG 09

Mexico

56.000km
N° 1 VISITED DOC

10

LEG 10

South America

72.000km
N° 5 VISITED DOC

11

LEG 11

Europe

90.000km
N° 15 VISITED DOC

12

LEG 12

Arrival

100.000km

Chapters of the trip

The whole Multistrada Around the world in 80 Clubs, in 3 spectacular videos.

  • 100.000 km
  • 43 visited countries
  • 217 visited cities
  • 7 tyres changes

LAST NEWS

AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 CLUBS

An incredible solo jouney made by a man and his Ducati, toghether with the spirit of every Ducatista.

Paolo Pirozzi, Chairman of the Ducati Dreams Club in Naples, has for many years dreamed of making a solo round-the-world trip on a Ducati.
Today, Ducati has finally made that dream come true. On 13th June, in fact, at World Ducati Week, Paolo began his long-awaited round-the-world adventure on a Ducati Multistrada 1200.

An extreme journey, faced with a bike capable of endless transformation. From Californian highways to the Chinese desert, the Multistrada 1200 has been a journey companion, and gave its best on every road condition, thank to its 4 riding modes.

Ducati has supported this young Ducatista providing him with a brand new Multistrada 1200 Touring Edition, but the Ducati Community is taking care of everything else.

Official Ducati Owners Clubs around the world, infact, have welcomed Paolo at various points during his journey. After a 100.000 km journey through Russia, China, Japan, USA, Mexico and South America Paolo and Lidia, Pirozzi’s round-the-world trip ended with his grand arrival at the racetrack of Imola at the end of May 2011. Hundreds of people witnessed his finishing ceremony, including Ducati’s President and CEO, Gabriele Del Torchio, who wanted to welcome the Neopolitan adventurer back in person.