Speaking of Ducati's and clubs, I wonder if there is a way to attach my golf bag to the scrambler. Nah Never mind
I agree, its the same in many ways. I think its the styling...or rather the concept of its styling that some would feel like its set apart from other Ducs. Not better, worse, faster, slower etc. Just styled differently. Also, it seems that the more clubs the better. That way if one club is too fast/slow, experienced/non ex, Saturday meet up/sunday meet up etc. etc. then you have more choices. For me, I like to avoid the know-it-alls. Helps if I can jump from club to cub. Whew, they are soooo tiring!For a city like Toronto, I'd be more in favor of just doing meets/rides with the existing Ducati clubs and eventually, when there are enough Scrambler owners who come out, organize the odd "Scramblers Only" ride to do some on and off road combined. Other than that, they are all Ducatis so not sure why a separate club would be beneficial. It's not like the bike is night/day different than other Ducs.
I am still a big part of the UK Monster owners club as had them for 11 years. Some hate the scrambler but most accept my new steed as I still yearn for another older model soon, Hopefully Scrambler meets across UK will happen but I integrate in most worlds of motorcycles as its not always about the bike it can be the friends too.Hey guys! Do we think the Scrambler should have it's own clubs aside from the rest of the Ducati clubs in each region? If we have our own club should we also be in the Ducati club or vise versa.