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I inquired today about heated grips as I intend this to be more of a daily ride as long as its not wet, they are not listed as yet but the dealers see's no reason that this should not be an option like other models. should fit easily ie plug and play like the others and about 30 minuets to fit.
 

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I inquired today about heated grips as I intend this to be more of a daily ride as long as its not wet, they are not listed as yet but the dealers see's no reason that this should not be an option like other models. should fit easily ie plug and play like the others and about 30 minuets to fit.
Or.

You could man up and let your pinkies freeze.

Nothing like a bit of frostbite on your extremities to sort the blokes from the girls....

;)
 

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Or.

You could man up and let your pinkies freeze.

Nothing like a bit of frostbite on your extremities to sort the blokes from the girls....

;)
I thought you would pick me up on this, I did set myself up really. Well I am intending to use it as a daily ride also getting panniers to carry my life jacket and stuff you would keep in a brief case. :)
 

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I thought you would pick me up on this, I did set myself up really. Well I am intending to use it as a daily ride also getting panniers to carry my life jacket and stuff you would keep in a brief case. :)
You have the hands of a lady Sir...

I'll wager those hands have not blistered removing barnacles from the captain's stern.....

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I guess you could always buy this kit and do it yourself. http://www.motorcycle-superstore.com/25420/i/moose-racing-motorcycle-handwarmer-kit

I did it to my KTM 350 for winter riding. They work surprisingly well and it wasn't such a hard job. It would be nice to see a simple plug and play system for this bike. I have had frostbite in my hands from being young and dumb and "Manning up" during a cold fall ride. Ever since then a little cold triggers them into full on frostbite mode.

I hate bulky gloves when riding. Grip heaters are an excellent solution for cold weather riding.
 

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I guess you could always buy this kit and do it yourself. Moose Racing Motorcycle Handwarmer Kit - Motorcycle Superstore

I did it to my KTM 350 for winter riding. They work surprisingly well and it wasn't such a hard job. It would be nice to see a simple plug and play system for this bike. I have had frostbite in my hands from being young and dumb and "Manning up" during a cold fall ride. Ever since then a little cold triggers them into full on frostbite mode.

I hate bulky gloves when riding. Grip heaters are an excellent solution for cold weather riding.
Comrade welcome, I also hate thick gloves that restricts the feel. Ducati do a plug and play system lets hope they incorporate this to the Scrambler ;)
 
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