By the way, I own as well a Cagiva Gran Canyon. It's a fantastic road bike. In fact much better than most other bikes like TDM, Super Tenere and Dominator.
Fantastic chassis and brakes, good autonomy with stock 20l tank, and the 900 cc ducati engine has 6 gear and eif, so expect arround 4.5 to 6l for 100km.
I did a 7000km trip last year with it and the only thing I had to do is add 0.2l oil and do once the chain tension.
Not very easy to service, as the front fairing has to be dismounted, and then the take comes off in 2 half parts. I haven't done the valve so far. Changing the belts is quite easy though.
To adjust the rear valves, rear fram and suspension has to be dismounted, but on the elefant as well. And in comparaison with the elefant, the Gran Canyon has easier acces for maintenance.
And for those who don't trust the ducati motors, there is as well the newer Cagiva Navigator, with Suzuki TL 1000 engine.
I had a Cagiva Raptor 1000 in the past, with the same engine as the Navigator.. it's about 106hp, and very torquey. But use more fuel than the Ducati and to my opinion, doesn't look as good.
But then, as people riding VStorm would tell, it's pretty bullet proof with less maintenance than the ducati.