2015 Ducati Scrambler on 2040-motos
Ducati Scrambler description
I am selling my Ducati Scrambler Classic, I bought it a year and a half ago right after its 600 miles check-up.
It is properly maintained and in excellent condition, rode it for 2500 miles and haven't had the smallest problem with it. I unfortunately have to move out of the country in the next few months, so I can't keep it much longer.
The bike comes with the Ducati bags (see pictures), and a bunch of other accessories (chain cleaner, lube, lock, oil filter...).
Local pickup or buyer arranges his own transport. Let me know if you have any questions!
Ducati Scrambler for Sale
Moto blogMon, 29 Oct 2012
As the Ducati Factory World Superbike team finalizes its plans for the introduction of the 1199 Panigale into the series, two things are certain: 2011 champion Carlos Checa will be the team’s lead rider, and Team Althea Racing, who have worked with Ducati since 2010, will not be the team’s sponsor. The first bit of news shouldn’t be a surprise, as Checa has been helping the Bologna factory develop the Panigale since mid-year. Checa won the 2011 championship with a masterful display of domination on the 1198, a model many believed to be dated and an underdog before the season began. Details of Checa’s new contract with Ducati have yet to be released other than his role in continuing to develop the 1199 and being the team’s lead rider next year.Wed, 11 Jun 2014
Erik Buell Racing launches its next salvo to the sportbike market with the 1190SX streetfighter. The 1190SX borrows heavily from EBR’s 1190RX superbike contender that MO’s Troy Siahaan is scheduled to test today at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Although no specs have been released, the SX appears to use most of the RX’s hardware: 1190cc V-Twin engine; aluminum fuel-carrying frame; massive 386mm single-disc front brake.Tue, 01 Jan 2013
Rossi versus Gibernau at Brno in 2003. Most of the time Rossi and Gibernau came together, it was a classic in the making but while Rossi on the factory Honda hunting down Gibernau on the satellite Honda is well worth watching, the threat of a looming Bayliss on the Ducati makes this one even better. Gibernau, fresh from a win in Germany at the previous round - having beaten Rossi to the line by 0.060 seconds - was full of fight.
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