Those are great. They really show a lot of details that none of the official pics show. Thanks for sharing.
Nope, no test ride.Fantastic photos @Personne!! was Ducati allowing test pilots, I see several photographs of riders with helmets through your link?
Welcome to the site by the by...
how did you find the position, anything off the top you could say will NEED to be adjusted?Nope, no test ride.
Bikes arrived on their wheel, they have one removable licence plate for the four.
But we could sit and test the position (as much as you can do it on a sidewalk)
The bar, a bit too hight for me (i'm riding a monster Evo witch i find a bit low, looking for somthing in the middle) but more inconvenient, way too close of the rider.how did you find the position, anything off the top you could say will NEED to be adjusted?
Thanks for the write-up and additional pics on your site.
I too, am disappointed that the ABS cannot be disabled, and the cost increase for the different models seems a bit much.
Bit, at the end of the day, I've waited for over 20 years for someone to make this bike, so i won't complain.
Personne, Fantastic photos really many thanks for sharing so much information.I'd like to show you some of my pics of the 4 versions of the Scrambler during their presentation a the Trocadero.
Hope you enjoy them
More can be found at this adress, and also my opinion about it, in french:
Decouverte du Ducati Scrambler 2015 en volumes - Thrill of Speed
I quite agree.One thing I noticed that I did not know before is that the gas cap tab says "Born Free"
Not a huge deal but I'm not into cheesey stuff like that. They should've left that out.