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Glad to see its disinfected. Don't want any Italian germs coming over lol!


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LOL!

It looks like those must be European delivery bikes. I really want mine to hurry up and get here on one hand, but since I know the roads won't be nice enough to ride I want it to take it's sweet time on the other hand!
 

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Glad to see its disinfected. Don't want any Italian germs coming over lol!


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LMFAO :D

thats the first thing i noticed too. I guess germs is a big problem over there.

So where is the first batch of Scramblers going?!
 

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LOL!

It looks like those must be European delivery bikes. I really want mine to hurry up and get here on one hand, but since I know the roads won't be nice enough to ride I want it to take it's sweet time on the other hand!
I want mine NOW!
We don't get "winter" here in CA
 

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Exciting!

But considering this is Minnesota weather (-25 windchill) and road conditions (ice covered) as of today, they can hold onto mine for a couple more months. :(

 

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5 minutes ago had a call from Ducati Italy on a seprate matter, but confirmed that the first shipment for Europe and the UK will be end of January delivery. Rest of the world to follow shortly after.
Thanks for the confimation Mixup! :)

Exciting!

But considering this is Minnesota weather (-25 windchill) and road conditions (ice covered) as of today, they can hold onto mine for a couple more months. :(

I wouldn't mind get one early I can always just sit and stare in the garage to kill the winter blues.
 

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I wouldn't mind get one early I can always just sit and stare in the garage to kill the winter blues.
I already have a place in my loft to park the bike and stare it until it's warm enough to ride :) This will be the first motorcycle I've ever put inside!
 

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I already have a place in my loft to park the bike and stare it until it's warm enough to ride :) This will be the first motorcycle I've ever put inside!
That's one of the reasons why I prefer to live in a condo, which I currently do. While it's cold outside and not ideal to ride, I can always ride my bike in the parkade :D But of course I only do this to keep things in good standing.
 

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I spoke to my dealer yesterday and he assures me that my full throttle will be ready to collect in march (northern Ireland) so it looks like the UK are getting scramblers very shortly
 

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That's one of the reasons why I prefer to live in a condo, which I currently do. While it's cold outside and not ideal to ride, I can always ride my bike in the parkade :D But of course I only do this to keep things in good standing.
Pics or it didn't happen! :D That's a great idea! My building is only 21 units, so the parking garage is too small to ride around in :(
 

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I already have a place in my loft to park the bike and stare it until it's warm enough to ride :) This will be the first motorcycle I've ever put inside!
Nice! :)

I don't have much room on the floor but I can definitely try hanging her up. Too bad christmas is over but the scrambler would make a great mistletoe :D

 

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Thanks for the confimation Mixup! :)



I wouldn't mind get one early I can always just sit and stare in the garage to kill the winter blues.
You sound just like me, missing in the garage, the wife says I should move my bed in there.

You could always polish it and prep it for when your able to ride, add all the extra bits.
 
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