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 blogWed, 22 Jun 2011 00:00:00 -0700
The nerves are rising as I sit upon a factory Ducati on the grid at the final round of the WSB championship lined-up against the best riders in the World, the lights are about go out to decide winner… The reality however, is I've been working on my arse groove in the couch, in a darkened room with the remnants of last nights takeaway playing on SBK 2011. SBK 2011 is the next extension in the bike racing game series. The two major modes in the game are the standard career and the SBK Tour.Tue, 08 Feb 2011 00:00:00 -0800
For all you lovers of perfectly welded titanium, amazingly machined aluminium and lovingly crafted fasteners; this blog's for you. These pics were shot at the Sepang MotoGP tests where the bikes were presumably being warmed up, ready for action. Take a look at that Suzuki, it's a work of art.Tue, 06 May 2014 00:00:00 -0700
Guy Martin, well known and very popular Isle of Man TT racer and TV personality, has announced he will be competing at the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb on Sunday, June 29. Despite being a rookie, Martin is no stranger to “real” road racing. In fact, he’s set quite a lofty goal for himself: to break the motorcycle course record, which currently sits at 9:52.819 by Carlin Dunne aboard a modified Ducati Multistrada in 2012.
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