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Poll: Should every motorcyclist own a Ducati at some point?

Next week's MCN (out September 26) features the world first test of Ducati's semi-active suspension Multistrada 1200. This wildly advanced motorcycle provoked an office discussion about Ducatis in general: should every true motorcyclist have owned one at some point? Is it the badge of a pukka enthusiast?  pollcomment

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daboat

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daboat says:

Noooooooooooo

But if you want one just make sure you have a mechanic with you or do a course on motorcycle maintenance. Unreliable, overpriced italian rubbish. True bikers ride british, Triumph all the way!

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bryfor59

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bryfor59 says:

urbanfireblade

Ahhhhhhhhhhh, you must be a true biker then, well done mate!!!!! nice Ducati themed name you have as well!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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James600zx

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James600zx says:

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Daboat, aren't you forgetting about Ducati Roadside Assistance?

:lol:

Seriously, I'd like a Ducati but if I never have one (or a Triumph or a Suzuki or, or..!) I won't feel like a false motorcyclist. Ridiculous.

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JustBe

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JustBe says:

lol

Why? They're over priced and not as good as the Japanese bikes.

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venturer

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venturer says:

don't have a go on good, well sorted Ducati (personal preference), there is no going back.

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BlackPrince

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BlackPrince says:

@Eddie998

pi55 off with your frucking stupid opinions mate.

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BlackPrince

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BlackPrince says:

I've owned 2 Ducatis (Monster and Multistrada) and I plan to own an 1198 and 1199 someday, and hopefully keep a 916 as a 2nd bike too. However I'd also like to own an I4 Jap bike as I've never owned one, a Triumph, a BMW with the Boxer engine, and one of the KTM 690 singles. Oh and an Aprilia RSV4 as my first big bike was a Honda VF500 and there's nothing like it (tho mine was unreliable as shit).

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piroflip

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piroflip says:

Why would I want to..........

................own something that is over priced and unreliable?

I'll stick with my jap bikes.

Never had a problem in 41 years of biking.

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norris

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norris says:

Daboat


daboat

daboatsays

Noooooooooooo

But if you want one just make sure you have a mechanic with you or do a course on motorcycle maintenance. Unreliable, overpriced italian rubbish. True bikers ride british, Triumph all the way!

18 September 2012 21:52

Er, aren't many Triumphs made in Malaysia?

 

 

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Fly by night

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Fly by night says:

Ducati

They are crap, don't like them, over priced horible things.

I'de rather have a moto guzzi at least they used to look nice, if it is only a choice of italian bikes that is, but if not then the clear winners are japanese bikes they look and perform much better than all other makes.

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