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    Ducati Stability System Makes Crashing Near Impossible

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    "Training wheels" makes crashing impossible huh? Those guys obviously haven't ridden like I do lol!
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    "Riding a motorcycle just got a whole lot safer, which means that riding a motorcycle in the real world just got a whole lot faster, too. And more fun."

    Great - so now you can hit something even faster - without the option of "throwing the bike away" .......
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    *sarcasm* Oh, just marvelous*

    Now we'll see a large increase in the sale of helmets that have Bluetooth equipped for your cell phone.
    With this new tech you can mount the damn phone on the bars and you'll be able to yap on the phone, text your buddies and play Bejeweled at any speed in any weather condition 'cause, you know, the bike can't crash. It's got all the latest saaaaftey features.

    Think there are too many inattentive under-trained mental midgets piloting bikes now? Just hang on to your Fruit Loops - it'll get a whole lot worse once this becomes standard.
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    Yeah - but think of all the projects you can do designed around a Ducati rear end - should be plenty of them around soon .........
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    Quote Originally Posted by Purple View Post
    Yeah - but think of all the projects you can do designed around a Ducati rear end - should be plenty of them around soon .........
    True, true. Think I can beef up the frame enough in an old KZ650 to slap one of the soon to be available Duc engines in? Now, that would be an interesting project
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    Cars tend not to tip over, could be a viable option.

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