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I honestly did consider both an Icon (which I ordered) and an Urban Enduro since I plan to rent them out through my business. I've already had several PMs and emails from people wanting to reserve the Scrambler for next June! I figured if it was that popular already it might be a nice business model to rent out a few, but I think I'll wait a little longer and just keep the Monsters and add 1 Scrambler for the time being. If the Monsters get no love next season and I can't keep the Scrambler in stock, I might get 1 or even 2 more Scramblers and get rid of the Monsters :D
 

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TWO, i am just about lucky to be able to get one,
if i said to the wife i think i would like 2, well what can i say, is that after she has calm down and her blood pressure is some what back to normal, she would say, yes of course you can, After the divorce (well said Pacman)
 

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Just curious as I am tempted to get an Icon along with my already paid on full Enduro.
Baimo--you know, in all seriousness, if I had the wherewithal to purchase two motorcycles, the other bike would be the BMW R9T. In fact, if I could afford the Beemer, it would be a toss up as to which I'd buy. Have you checked the R9T out?
 

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Baimo--you know, in all seriousness, if I had the wherewithal to purchase two motorcycles, the other bike would be the BMW R9T. In fact, if I could afford the Beemer, it would be a toss up as to which I'd buy. Have you checked the R9T out?
That bike is gorgeous! Spendy, but one of my favs:

 

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Baimo--you know, in all seriousness, if I had the wherewithal to purchase two motorcycles, the other bike would be the BMW R9T. In fact, if I could afford the Beemer, it would be a toss up as to which I'd buy. Have you checked the R9T out?
I honestly thought about buying that bike instead of the scrambler or in addition to it. But they really are very similar except price. My BMW S1000R is awesome and is faster and smoother than the ducati streetfighter which it replaced. But The Ducatis v-twin makes for a very exciting ride. The r9t is a fun cool guy bike. It is beutiful but it is heavy and uses the old opposing cylinder engine. I traded in my Harley for my scrambler enduro because it will be lighter and much more agile than the beemer or my Harley. The price on the scrambler is irresistible.
But after I buy a full termi system, rizoma mirrors and rearsets(Maybe) new seats and a little customization it will end up costing 18-20 g so I probably wont duplicate it. Besides my garage really only holds 2 bikes.


BTW: I am divorced;)
 
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