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Not a true dual sport for sure...but nice to see Ducati building something that is moving in the right direction, something that kind-of-sort-of resembles a real dual sport. I'd definitely buy one if I were rich enough to have lots of bikes. The $12k price tag doesn't help...

Still, I actually quite like it, and think it would be a fun ride!


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Not a true dual sport for sure...but nice to see Ducati building something that is moving in the right direction, something that kind-of-sort-of resembles a real dual sport. I'd definitely buy one if I were rich enough to have lots of bikes. The $12k price tag doesn't help...

Still, I actually quite like it, and think it would be a fun ride!


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It would be fun till the first time you drop it.... Ducati parts are a tad on the expensive side....
 

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It would be fun till the first time you drop it.... Ducati parts are a tad on the expensive side....
This ^^^ and 456 lbs. I would have to spend more/some time in the gym;)



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An Urban Enduro for the wanna-be crowd. Those 75 horses might need asphalt or very firm desert roads for traction.
 

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An Urban Enduro for the wanna-be crowd. Those 75 horses might need asphalt or very firm desert roads for traction.
I like my under powered high traction TW for the dirt/logging roads but I could go for the Scrambler/Cafe Racer for the street.

what's with the licence plate brackets on these "fancy" bikes these days? they look like an ugly hemroid waiting to be broken off
+1 on the ugly license bracket
 
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