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Good to see the other models making it to the dealers.

Is it the angle, or does the Urban Enduro not have the crossbar?
Think you maybe right, looks flipping good to me though, bring on the end of April!!
 

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That's right, no headlight grill either.

Is the logo on the side panels right? Is that rectangle around it a protective film, or is it just a sticker? Looks a bit off if it's not a removable film.

It does look good through!
 

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That's right, no headlight grill either.

Is the logo on the side panels right? Is that rectangle around it a protective film, or is it just a sticker? Looks a bit off if it's not a removable film.

It does look good through!
I've got an Urban Enduro on order as well - the head grill isn't a big concern but I'd like a credit of some $500 if they don't fit it - but that sticker looks horrible I'd that's how it stays! The sticker on the classic looks like a nice quality emblem with embossing and all - surely the UE one isn't as if you stuck tape over it to hold in place!

Happy with these pictures otherwise - both bikes look great. It's amazing on the first shot how the front fender and fork fenders make the two bikes look soooo different.
 

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Someone mentioned in the other thread that the grille over the headlight was not road legal (in Italy or where ever they are located.) Perhaps dealerships give you the parts in a box and tell you *wink nod* to install it at your own peril.

Where I live you can pretty title anything you can make move under its own power, so it's not a big deal, but perhaps they're not installing them now due to DOT laws.

So the crossbrace is a removable accessory and the UE and Icon share the same exact handlebar. That was a question I had when looking at the different models. I opted to get the red icon because I figured I could use my own discretion how to better spend the other 1500 bucks. Seeing some of the accessory prices (aluminum grippy offroad foot pegs for 300 dollars?!) I think I can do better in the aftermarket or in my garage with my welder :)

The sticker on the tank of the UE is sort of cringeworthy, but a reminder that all the badges are is a way to hide one screw. Now that 3D printers exist, it won't be long before we can all print our own badges or buy them on ebay for 50 cents from China.
 

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I've got an Urban Enduro on order as well - the head grill isn't a big concern but I'd like a credit of some $500 if they don't fit it - but that sticker looks horrible I'd that's how it stays! The sticker on the classic looks like a nice quality emblem with embossing and all - surely the UE one isn't as if you stuck tape over it to hold in place!

Happy with these pictures otherwise - both bikes look great. It's amazing on the first shot how the front fender and fork fenders make the two bikes look soooo different.

For me the urban enduro is all in the front fender and the belly pan. it's look like the classic doesnt have a nose.
 

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ok,

the bike was just "unpacked" therefore:

- protect film was still on logos
- cross bar and mirror still to be fitted
- the headlamp grill is missing for the same reasons, however my dealer asked whether I want it fitted or not, so he will fit if I like

once thing more, I've written abt "not for road use" of the headlamp grid
 
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