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Matthew Birt  says:

Nicky Hayden opens new Ducati showroom in India

Nicky Hayden took time out from his winter training schedule and 2010 preparations last week to open Ducati’s second showroom in India. The Kentucky rider opened the new store in Guragon and is the second Ducati showroom to open in India following a successful launch in Mumbai. The 2006 world champion said: “This event has made me understand the great strategic importance...

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  • Posted 5 years ago (21 December 2009 13:58)

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Glynn Racing


Sep 08

Posts: 131

Glynn Racing says:

I Wonder

how much a 1098 costs in that shop compared to England ?

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Dec 09

Posts: 2

psychoalive says:

Being a Bike enthusiast in India comes at a price! Ordinary Indians are deprived by their corrupt government from buying such bikes because Indians pay 110% import tax... meaning, import bikes like these cost twice the actual price in U.S or europe, so a guy owning one is these in India should be either a playboy or filthy rich guy...

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Mar 09

Posts: 5376

Nostrodamus says:

Plenty of Wealthy Clientele

In the land of the Raj. Pity they have so few decent roads to enjoy Bologna's bullets - The Western Ghat's excepted. The indigenous Bullet makes much more sense in Indian environs. Both bullets would have rings run around them by a plethora of A100's and Hero Honda's though. Light little machines just make so much sense on the sub continent.

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