Thanks Jerry! will do!
There are some things I just can´t understand... I will pay 20.000 U$S for a bike with a rear mudguard that does not do what is there to do...
I love the bike... that is why i will buy it anyway... but I cannot understand this things.
The thing is the Scrambler may cost whatever it costs, but the design brief for it is to be fun - not necessarily functional.
Every bike has a specific purpose and only a few are designed to be practical for everyday commuting - mostly scooters fill this brief.
Buy a Panigale and you will spend double the amount of $ and it won't even let you go to the shops because it has really poor under seat and rear storage to fit your bags! Oh and the riding position is no good to go to the beach or the beach is over an hour away as your wrists will hurt
Buy a Harley and you could spend $50k and the bike won't lean aggressively I to corners!
Buy a BMW GS1200 - which is probably the best all-rounder bike in the world - and it wI'll be a pain to get on / off as its so tall, and a bit heavy to maneuver in and out of your garage!
This all sounds like a problem, but it's actually a great thing as it means you could have LOTS of bikes in your garage - one for each purpose!