No sign of the 950 Enduro some were hoping for, though Ducati’s junior adventurer does get a number of easily overlooked updates. It gains a hydraulic clutch, an IMU (for cornering ABS and hill-hold control), a lighter aluminium swingarm and lighter wheels. There’s also a new S model, which gets Ducati’s Skyhook semi-active suspension, keyless ignition and cruise control. The delightful 111bhp, 937cc V-twin remains unchanged on both versions, which is fine by us. Price starts at £11,898, going up to £13,498 for the S. You can add spoked wheels, if you prefer, for a further £550.