Sights from the Malaysian leg of the first ever Ducati #WeRideAsOne global ride that painted Kuala Lumpur red with the sounds of roaring Desmo L-twins.
Malaysian leg of first ever Ducati #WeRideAsOne global event takes off brilliantly.
Ducati Malaysia amongst 224 dealers worldwide taking part in this new global initiative.
Over 100 Malaysian Ducatisti from all over peninsular took the streets of KL and paint it red.
#WeRideAsOne sees the Ducati brand gathering Ducatisti worldwide for a day of riding fun.
Now a new annual fixture for Ducatisti worldwide, the event will be held every first Saturday of May.
Held on May 7, the inaugural Ducati #WeRideAsOne initiative was organised by dealers and Ducati Official Clubs worldwide. The event reached its climax through a special parade that saw Ducatisti ride through their cities, painting them in the brand’s signature shade of rosso plus the sounds of Desmo L-twins roaring.
Altogether, 224 dealers plus the support of 120 Ducati Official Clubs worldwide made #WeRideAsOne possible. The result saw more than 13,000 Ducatisti taking to the streets of their respective cities and painting them red. These included Florence, Paris, Miami, New Delhi, Rome, Rio de Janeiro, Sydney, Valencia, New York, Dubai, Singapore, Seoul, Hangzhou, Bangkok and Ingolstadt.
Kuala Lumpur was amongst the cities taking part in this global event too, with the Malaysian leg of which organised by Ducati Malaysia (Next Bike Sdn Bhd). This follow on from the firm’s recent mass gathering effort held at SIC during Ramadhan.
Over 100 bikes from all corners of the peninsula, as well as its three main dealers (Penang, Sungai Buloh and Petaling Jaya) took part in this big ride out that coincided with the on-going Hari Raya Aidil Fitri festivities.
Adding to the affair too was the presence of local celebrity Alif Satar amongst the participants.
Of course, the stars of this show were the prized bikes each and every Ducatisti brought forth, and it included multiple generations and variations of the brand’s core offerings like the Monster, Multistrada, Panigale, Hypermotard and Scrambler too.
Aptly, as you can see from the featured images, the Malaysian leg of the Ducati #WeRideAsOne initiative successfully achieved its aim of gathering passionate Ducatisti for a day of riding joy and happiness – just as it did in other participating cities worldwide.
Following on its success, Ducati says it will now add the #WeRideAsOne event into its calendar as a fixed annual event held every first Saturday of May.
Images: Ducati Malaysia (Next Bike Sdn Bhd)
Additionally, it also goes without saying that #WeRideAsOne also stands as a ‘warm up’ to the World Ducati Week, which marks its post-pandemic return this year at the Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli from 22 to 24 July at the Misano World Circuit ‘Marco Simoncelli’.
If you’ve got the means and funds to travel to Italy for that, tickets for that can be purchased online through the the Ducati website.