Ducati Multistrada V4: A special pop-up store in Paris [PHOTO]

The first Ducati pop-up store dedicated to the Multistrada V4 was inaugurated in the historic center of Paris . The temporary exhibition “La Galerie by Ducati” allows a new experience and is present in Place de la Madeleine 32, in the eighth arrondissement.   Information The inauguration took place on December 17, 2021 and will remain open to the public throughout the Christmas period and until mid-January 2022 . Journalists, brand ambassadors and interested motorcyclists will be able to visit “La Galerie by Ducati” and share their travel stories, perhaps imagining new ones riding a Multistrada V4 technology.    As indicated, the exhibition will be accessible from 17 December 2021 to 15 January 2022 and from Tuesday to Saturday from 11:00 to 19:00, while on Sundays it is possible to access from 11:00 to 18:00. The exhibition will be closed on Saturday 25 December and Sunday 26 December, as well as Saturday 1 January and Sunday 2 January 2022. "La Galerie by Ducati" allows, as in an art gallery, to get to know the nature and characteristics of the motorcycle and also represents a space in which to remember or imagine stories on the saddle of a motorcycle. In addition, in Paris the presence of Emerson Gattafoni and Valeria Cagnoni who have traveled the world with several generations of Multistrada is reported.

The first Ducati pop-up store dedicated to the Multistrada V4 was inaugurated in the historic center of Paris . The temporary exhibition “La Galerie by Ducati” allows a new experience and is present in Place de la Madeleine 32, in the eighth arrondissement.

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The inauguration took place on December 17, 2021 and will remain open to the public throughout the Christmas period and until mid-January 2022 . Journalists, brand ambassadors and interested motorcyclists will be able to visit “La Galerie by Ducati” and share their travel stories, perhaps imagining new ones riding a Multistrada V4 technology.

The first Ducati pop-up store dedicated to the Multistrada V4 was inaugurated in the historic center of Paris . The temporary exhibition “La Galerie by Ducati” allows a new experience and is present in Place de la Madeleine 32, in the eighth arrondissement.   Information The inauguration took place on December 17, 2021 and will remain open to the public throughout the Christmas period and until mid-January 2022 . Journalists, brand ambassadors and interested motorcyclists will be able to visit “La Galerie by Ducati” and share their travel stories, perhaps imagining new ones riding a Multistrada V4 technology.    As indicated, the exhibition will be accessible from 17 December 2021 to 15 January 2022 and from Tuesday to Saturday from 11:00 to 19:00, while on Sundays it is possible to access from 11:00 to 18:00. The exhibition will be closed on Saturday 25 December and Sunday 26 December, as well as Saturday 1 January and Sunday 2 January 2022. "La Galerie by Ducati" allows, as in an art gallery, to get to know the nature and characteristics of the motorcycle and also represents a space in which to remember or imagine stories on the saddle of a motorcycle. In addition, in Paris the presence of Emerson Gattafoni and Valeria Cagnoni who have traveled the world with several generations of Multistrada is reported.

As indicated, the exhibition will be accessible from 17 December 2021 to 15 January 2022 and from Tuesday to Saturday from 11:00 to 19:00, while on Sundays it is possible to access from 11:00 to 18:00. The exhibition will be closed on Saturday 25 December and Sunday 26 December, as well as Saturday 1 January and Sunday 2 January 2022.

"La Galerie by Ducati" allows, as in an art gallery, to get to know the nature and characteristics of the motorcycle and also represents a space in which to remember or imagine stories on the saddle of a motorcycle. In addition, in Paris the presence of Emerson Gattafoni and Valeria Cagnoni who have traveled the world with several generations of Multistrada is reported.

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