Custom Ducati Multistrada 620 Dark, Giara (Sardinia)

by Samuele Lilliu | 2 January 2019

Customising and riding a Ducati Multistrada 620 dark in the rugged terrain of the Giara platau (Sardinia)

This is a self-shot travel/how-to vlog I filmed to document my journey in customizing my old motorbike.

Customizing a Ducati Multistrada 620 is relatively simple and inexpensive. The modifications will help make the bike more versatile and better suited for different terrains.

The first step in customizing a Ducati Multistrada 620 was getting rid of the fairings. This will add a more aggressive look to the bike. The next step is to get a Li-ion lightweight battery and relocate it under the seat. This is a bit more complicated, but it will help to keep the battery out of the way and reduce the weight of the bike. This will also help to improve the bike’s overall performance.

I took the bike on a test drive on the rugged terrain of the Giara plateau and filmed everything with a custom helmet rig featuring a DJI Osmo raw.

In conclusion, customizing a Ducati Multistrada 620 is relatively cheap and easy. There are a few simple steps that can be taken to customize the bike and make it better suited for different types of terrain.

1 - metalsmith with grinder
2 - metalsmith soldiering iron
3 - metalsmith mounting custom part on motorbike
4 - rider leaving metalsmith workshop
5 - mechanic replacing motorbike tyre
6 - biker riding offroad, on the Giara plateau
7 - biker riding on the Giara plateau with lake in the background
8 - biker dismounting from Ducati Multistrada 620