That may be the problem. I don't think Ducatis are designed for 4 legged creatures. If you put your front feet on the the pegs, where do you put your back feet? how do you steer?Also, it would be a good idea to rest your front feet on the pegs.
Everything scrapes in BrooklynI'm riding an 07 sport Biposto. The riding position is close to the GT (footwise: still using black triangles and stock pegs, but using low clip ons).
Anyway, my shoes and knee pucks scrape at the same time. On the right side, the rear brake peg scrapes, and on the side the kickstand drags as well...
Having rearsets might solve the problem.
Also, it would be a good idea to rest the front part of your feet on the pegs. That should give you a bit more angle clearance.
try lowering your shoulders and sliding your bum off the side of the seat so you can get your body over more and keep the bike a little more upright. Just keep your head up.I hate it when you are holding a great line on a left turn and your toe hits the ground and up upshift!!!!! So I keep my feet on top and back from this.. I do hate it though
PS I have ohlins shocks and I have raised the back of the bike a good ways but I still hit my shoes ..both sides .. I would love to find a way to fix it...
not sure if I want rear sets on my GT