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Rivale v's Stradale

i'm having difficulty seeing the difference between the two models, it looks like the stradale is the rivale with a screen and luggage, in simple terms. Anyone have anymore info on differences?
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In addition to the things you mentioned, the Stradale has higher bars, larger fuel tank (vs. '14 Rivale - supposedly '15 Rivale will get larger tank), different wheels, different mirrors, square exhaust tips, different seat, and a slightly (15 HP) detuned motor.

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Doesn't the stradale also have a longer wheelbase as the result of a different swing arm?
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Doesn't the stradale also have a longer wheelbase as the result of a different swing arm?
You're right. 57.48" for the Stradale vs. 55.51" for the Rivale. Rear shock is different with Stradale offering more rear suspension travel.

Oh, and the Stradale has a hydraulic clutch, which the Rivale did not have in '14. Not sure which clutch the Rivale will have in '15.

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I love the Rivale clutch. No more tired hand in traffic, it's VERY easy to pull.
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I love the Rivale clutch. No more tired hand in traffic, it's VERY easy to pull.
Add the F3 slipper and you'll love it even more!

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