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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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Piglet2010

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Piglet2010 says:

Maybe

If Ducati comes out with a maxi-scoot to compete with the BMW C-Series, then the answer is yes.

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willc955

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willc955 says:

maybe, but...

...if Valentino Rossi doesn't want one, why the f*ck would I?

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domtrails

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domtrails says:

Not a Ducati but every true biker should own or have owned a bike with carbs and spoked wheels.

 

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rockabillyboy

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The site is begining to ask "Clarkson-esk " questions . He always states every car driver should own a Alfa Romeo . Well , ! over the years i have had a few Ducati"s [and Alfa"s] and for  monetary reasons don"t want another . At some point , they were "cool" , a thing only Harley"s try hard at now ,modern bikers just want reliability , or speed , or both , as not many folks are impressed by badges . But if  a Ducati  came -up cheap - would I buy it  , er , maybe ! .

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v2kiwi

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v2kiwi says:

Ducati,s ??????

Every one should own a member of the RC family if they want to try something special.  An RC30 is almost more special than any DUCATI . An SP2 was once a poor man,s Ducati now it,s a smart mans ducati. mainly because it will run forever  an is low maintenance  like most HONDA,s. Only my opinion , before  i start a riot.LOL

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armcharm91

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armcharm91 says:

Ducati

A Ducati is breaking down the minute you own it . It'll just take a while to completly stop .

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CBR11X

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CBR11X says:

Not for my money. Don't like twins as they are cop magnets and starting drains the electrical system too much. My Bandit's had the same battery going on 6 years now. The Ducati will be at the wreckers in 6 years. Over-rated latte boy racer bikes IMO.

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