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Yep.

FYI, the Ducati Van tour is coming to MCC to give folks a chance to see the all new 2015 Ducati Scrambler, Multistrada, and Panigale 1299 before they arrive in April! They will have extended hours until 9pm that day! Ducati Tour day at MCC (Lake Villa, IL) is Tuesday, February 24th Ducati Scrambler/Multistrada/1299 Tour.

I put my deposit down at MCC in January for an Icon. Haven't been this excited about a bike in a long time!!!

Chicago winter sucks but there is light at the end of the tunnel.......

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That must be a typo, as the Ducati trucks aren't there for rides, just viewing.

Motoworks mentioned specifically on their Facebook page that it wasn't for rides. It looks like they've had the Scrambler for almost a month now, and it would appear that customers can sit on it.
 

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Funny Pic.
The german words mean: Die,Winter...die! :D
 

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Demo Day

I was able to sit on the bike and look it over. Very impressed. The weight is low and it feels light. Seat height is also low but seat to peg distance is enough to not seem crowded. Good finish. If you want different handle bars the Full Throttle mounts would work and these mounts look like they incorporate the mount for the speedometer.

There was a good turnout. I didn't see one hipster but I did note that everyone there was seemingly between 45 and 75. Not new riders. Appealing to the crowd that admires the qualities of the old classics.

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I was able to sit on the bike and look it over. Very impressed. The weight is low and it feels light. Seat height is also low but seat to peg distance is enough to not seem crowded. Good finish. If you want different handle bars the Full Throttle mounts would work and these mounts look like they incorporate the mount for the speedometer.

There was a good turnout. I didn't see one hipster but I did note that everyone there was seemingly between 45 and 75. Not new riders. Appealing to the crowd that admires the qualities of the old classics.

Stu
It wasn't the time and place for hipsters. At events like that for the most part I almost always see older folks, around the age range you mentioned and some a bit younger.

But you can be as Ducati rolls out ads targeted towards hipsters, you'll see more involvement from them.
 
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