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47 and waiting on my Italia......seems to me that Mr. Ducati should view this thread to get a better idea on who's actually buying them.
 

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58, born in 58 ... no I didnt have one when I was 4 but probably wanted one. 2016 Red Icon first ride today.

Just like everyone says fun, fun fun. Blind faith no test ride required.

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47 and picked up my Icon last year. Haven't been riding much thanks to a nasty winter here but things are heating up already. Should be a good season.
 

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I've had my UE since the first week of March with about 475 miles on it now. Riding weather hasn't been the best here but am managing to get a few miles in. This is my first Ducati though I've owned numerous Japanese bikes over the years and still have 5 of them in varying states of running or restoration. I really like the Duc performance as well as the throwback look.
 

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27 years old. Planning of buying a yellow icon next year.. This will be my first Ducati. Can't wait to have my own scrambler!
 

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51 and glad to see other members just as senior... I own a Ducati Scrambler and I have customized it a little. When out on the road I feel like I did when I was 25! I believe in living life while you have the chance!


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29 - What pulled me to this bike? It's style, seating position, and power. I can't stop modifying the **** thing. WHY CAN'T I STOP?!
 

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I'm 48. Ordered an Italia Independent. I liked all the scramblers. It will be my first Ducati. I've been riding
Since I was 10. Dirt fanatic and then bought a Kennny Roberts RZ350 when I was 18 to scare my mom :)
Moved to Alaska when I was 24 and been on KLR ever since. The Scramler will stay at my folks at the Oregon
Coast. I am very excited about it!

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49 soon. I'm glad I'm not the only old fart to be attracted to this bike. I thought I was going mental when I saw the marketing. Ducati should take another look at who's buying this bike.
 

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Old not dead

I am turning 57 in a little over a month, and I love my Icon. First Ducati, but far from my first motorcycle. It is just a fun bike to ride whether it is running errands around town, exploring backroads or adventuring off pavement. After years of cruisers, and dual sports, I was ready for something different and the Scrambler gives me a hint of everything. I think the draw to this bike is how versatile it is, light, and powerfull enough to keep you smiling.
 

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Very interesting. I think this model was targeted to a younger audience. I'm 41 and I have changed my Monster 796 for an Urban Enduro. The main reason has been the position on the bike, but I love this Moto. Perhaps the next commercial should show mature men!

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61 years young here Lol. Just purchased the Icon about 3 months ago. Wanted to have a much lighter bike than my Harley Softail. And this bike is good looking, fast as **** enough for me, and light. I am having the time of my life riding this Italian Toy.
 

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I just need some LOUDER PIPES so people can hear me coming. This OEM exhaust sounds like a Singer sewing machine. Any suggestions Gents? Been thinking about the SC PROJECT CR-T Slip On?
My Harley's always had Rinehart exhaust's to give you an example of how loud I like it!
 
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