Ducati Scrambler description
The Scrambler Classic version is the top of line with wire spoke wheels, brushed aluminum fenders and the distinctive "orange sunshine" tank. Bike is only seven months old. Price new from dealer is $10,500 plus set up and destination charges. Current NADA average price for this bike is $8,590 used. Suggested used retail value from Kelly Blue Book is $8.825. I'm starting the auction at $7,299 with NO RESERVE. Recently had initial 600 mile service. Garage kept, literally like new. The original seat had very little padding and I found it very uncomfortable. I had a custom seat made by Mr. Ed's Moto in Oregon at a cost of $480 which added 1 1/2 inch of foam and is done in a cafe racer style. Very comfortable. Engine is 75 horsepower and the bike weighs only 400 pounds wet. As a result, the bike has excellent performance and handling, It's a blast to ride. Bike comes with 24 month factory warranty good through November 2017. I have the original seat cover. Bike located in Sarasota, FL.
Moto blogMon, 16 Mar 2009 00:00:00 -0700
My parents never indulged my fascination and passion for motorcycles as a kid, hoping it was merely a passing phase that I would grow out of like wetting the bed. Well nearly 30 years later, I no longer sleep on plastic sheets, but I am just as crazy about motorcycles as ever. If you donít want to make the same mistake with your kids, Peg Perego has developed a Streetfighter for little ones.Fri, 29 Jun 2012 00:00:00 -0700
As expected, MotoGP organizers have officially lifted the rule barring rookies from racing for factory teams, but the Grand Prix Commission also tweaked some other regulations including a cap on factory prototype machines. We’ve discussed the lifting of the rookie rule already, with the main impetus being to allow a manufacturer such as Honda to sign up-and-coming Moto2 star Marc Marquez when he is expected to move up to the premiere class next season. As of Jan.Tue, 04 Nov 2008 00:00:00 -0800
Ducati held its third Global dealer meeting this past weekend where it showed the cards up its sleeve. While Ducati unveiled the highly anticipated Streetfighter 1098, 1198, 1098R Bayliss replica and the M11 to press, it also showed dealers a fifth model. This model is so secret that security asked to see dealersí mobile phones to make sure no photos were taken.
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