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I had the pleasure of taking out the new Scrambler by Ducati.
A cute little bike with decent character and a new direction for Ducati with a price point which may well bring more people into the Ducatisti fellowship!

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    Thursday, April 09 2015, 12:52 PM - #Permalink
    Does look like a fun bike for anyone who's looking for that classic look without having to go through the hastle of restoring one.

    (The levers should be adjustable up/down as with most bikes)
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    Friday, April 10 2015, 11:44 PM - #Permalink
    ha, like that. From a distance tho it looks like one of those monkey bikes! :D :D
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    Tuesday, April 14 2015, 06:13 PM - #Permalink
    Cute is a good word for it. I think it lacks a bit of brutal manliness, especially for the Ducati name.
    I mean, they have the Panigales, monster and the mad Diavel - making bikes this soft isnt what Ducati is about in myu opinion.
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    Thursday, April 16 2015, 09:00 PM - #Permalink
    Not bad. Looks pretty small. Almost like a kids bike. Review made it sound pretty good though. Probably be a decent market for it.
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    Friday, April 17 2015, 08:22 AM - #Permalink
    Just needs a brutal pipe and it will be a great little motor.
    I think this would be great as a second bike. Its so simple, just jump on and go, nice with takng our kids out as wlel really. great for town driving or in between towns i guess.
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    Saturday, April 18 2015, 03:43 PM - #Permalink
    leftturnclyde wrote:

    Not bad. Looks pretty small. Almost like a kids bike. Review made it sound pretty good though. Probably be a decent market for it.


    That was my first impression. Looks a bit toy like but i guess thats mainly as sports bike and moden nakeds can look so big.
    The simpleness of this bike is great really.
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    Sunday, April 19 2015, 09:04 PM - #Permalink
    Good video Ade but not the bike for me. My weight is a little bit on the high side these days and I would look rather silly on that bike.
    I can see older folks like me on it but I reckon it will appeal to the 25 - 35 group.
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    Monday, April 20 2015, 02:52 PM - #Permalink
    ExodusG wrote:

    Good video Ade but not the bike for me. My weight is a little bit on the high side these days and I would look rather silly on that bike.
    I can see older folks like me on it but I reckon it will appeal to the 25 - 35 group.


    Yeah, fair enough. Its the kind of bike that a lot of people will like bit would not buy because of the size, stylling and image.
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    Wednesday, April 22 2015, 08:17 PM - #Permalink
    Saw one today. looks even better in the flesh. JUst looks like a cool old retro bike and one you can pop on simpy.
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