GET YOUR CLOCKS OUT
The large analogue rev counter with its 16,500rpm redline dominates the Yamaha view. Digital speedo to the right, with a small gear position indictor. It’s all neat and tidy, but there’s no remote mode switch, which means you have to ride one-handed to change the clocks. The Ducati’s full digital clocks are more informative, easier to read, clearly showing rider modes and aids. Everything can be changed on the fly from the mode button on the left bar.
DUCATI DUCATI SWITCHGEAR A switch on the left bar lets you swap between the three modes, which changes the rider aids, TC, engine braking and ABS.