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ok.... the tour is not bad, but:
- in july you will burn in **** everywhere on the tur and in mugello as well
- If you intend to visit Italy, forget the bike, there are millions things to see
- if you intend to ride in Italy, forget the cities of arts... go to the Alps where summer is magic
- after this, the cost is very high. we can fly rome or milan to san francisco under 600 usd roundtrip
- ducati riding experience shoul cost abt 1200 usd
- renting a bike is abt 100 usd per day, check at motonoleggiosereno.it owned by ducati dealer




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I flew to Munich and rented an BMW F800 rode all over the Alps and my pace and my routes. It was great! Most tours have per-determined routes and time tables, so if you want to stay in Balzono for a couple days and ride the Dolomites your out of luck. I like to do my own thing.
 

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That looks really fun! You can also call me if you want to ride the Alps of the United States (Rocky Mountains! lol) on a Ducati :) I have 2 Monsters and the Scrambler will be in the rental fleet as well when it gets here. I'm really looking forward to the Scrambler - I've already had people put down reservations on it for this summer!
 

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@DenverDuc we (me and family) are planning road trip to Yellowstone and Denver area, as well as Pike's Peak and, I hope, Antilope Canyon. We will rent a Standard 4x4 Suv (my little girl 5 y.o. will be with us) I'll really appreciate if you could prepare a draft route or just some P.O.I. "to do".

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@DenverDuc we (me and family) are planning road trip to Yellowstone and Denver area, as well as Pike's Peak and, I hope, Antilope Canyon. We will rent a Standard 4x4 Suv (my little girl 5 y.o. will be with us) I'll really appreciate if you could prepare a draft route or just some P.O.I. "to do".

thanks :)
You got it I'd love to help! You will love this part of the country - there is so much to see, it's all fairly close and it's very accessible. PM me with when you're coming out and I'll put together some info for you!
 

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In June i will ride to Italy on my new Scrambler.:D
I do this since more then 20 years.
Tuscany,Umbria,good food,relaxed people.
In my opinion the most beautiful country in Europe.

It will be a 4000km ride,i have done this also with Duc 916,Duc SF,etc.
I dont need or like the so called "Adventure Bikes".
Cheers
 
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ok.... the tour is not bad, but:
- in july you will burn in **** everywhere on the tur and in mugello as well
- If you intend to visit Italy, forget the bike, there are millions things to see
- if you intend to ride in Italy, forget the cities of arts... go to the Alps where summer is magic
- after this, the cost is very high. we can fly rome or milan to san francisco under 600 usd roundtrip
- ducati riding experience shoul cost abt 1200 usd
- renting a bike is abt 100 usd per day, check at motonoleggiosereno.it owned by ducati dealer




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I had the exact same thoughts, i would be too amused with italy to see a bike i can see in my homeland as long as i'm patient enough, which i am
 
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