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Hi guys I am Tony and located in East Anglia. Been riding for 10 years and have a Honda NC700S at present that I am looking to change for an Icon in red for my 50th come July. Never owned a Ducati before but have a brother with a 2014 1199 Pani and a friend who picking up his 2015 MS soon so decided if you cant beat em why not join em! I actually had no intention of getting rid of my bike but soon as I saw the scrambler at the show it was love at first sight. My riding habits are changing and I just want a simple and fun bike with looks that float my boat ;)

I will likely test ride in April and hope the riding position works for my elbow which has some nice metal and pins. I am sure the lighter bike will suit me fine too. I am in no hurry as want to wait and see what after market bits come out over coming months before I commit.

Anyway look forward to reading up and learning more on the bike.

That is all :)
 

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Glad to have you here on the forum! The Scrambler seems like a a great fun bike that is still high quality. It will be interesting to see the after market support. There is already so much OEM accessories. There will be plenty of options for ya.

Where exactly is East Anglia? East England I am seeing from Google. How do you like it there? Is it great for riding?
 

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Glad to have you here on the forum! The Scrambler seems like a a great fun bike that is still high quality. It will be interesting to see the after market support. There is already so much OEM accessories. There will be plenty of options for ya.

Where exactly is East Anglia? East England I am seeing from Google. How do you like it there? Is it great for riding?
Hi Sweet Tooth :)

Am located in Stevenage area. There are a few nice curvy roads around but prefer to head further afield towards the north west and east for fun days. This bike seems perfect for curvy roads and tracks and may also get to go to my favorite riding areas in the mountains in Alsace France if I get a chance
 
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