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The ICON is the top right one, which also comes in Yellow (the one in the majority of the pics) and the other one is the Full Throttle.. a dirt track inspired bike with lower bars and a termi slip on out of the box.


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I think I'd go with the Urban Enduro, with the termi system, a real skid plate, and some TKC's.

I wonder how they'll crash.
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A little poll, which version would you buy and why?
I would go for the one in the upper left. As a dedicated commuter I want a real rear fender. I'd actually want more of a front fender too but I know that's not as cool (I'm too old to be cool anyways). Otherwise I think these are pretty sweet. There are so many bikes out there nowadays that I could see owning...
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Keep em coming guys! This is a huge help for me.. I'm trying to sort out which way people are leaning on these.. which ones to order etc...


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The ICON and Full Throttle. The other two need to come with mustache wax


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dude...how can it be a 'scrambler' with mag wheels? how can it be?

spoked wheels is a must...also missing a high side pipe, rest is tits


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dude...how can it be a 'scrambler' with mag wheels? how can it be?

spoked wheels is a must...also missing a high side pipe, rest is tits
This.

I'd LOVE to see this bike done up with a bunch of spiffy aftermarket shit.

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Pipes need to be rerouted from under the engine so when you smack something on the way to Starbucks the bike will still run. And then put on a skid plate.


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I like yellow with dual exhaust, but the heat from exhaust routing might put me off like new Monster 821.


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dude...how can it be a 'scrambler' with mag wheels? how can it be?

spoked wheels is a must...also missing a high side pipe, rest is tits
I said the same thing... accessory catalog will be your friend. The mag wheels are sort of a nod to the dirt track look...


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LOL!! GENIUS!! And yes, the VIMEO video was done EXACTLY for that reason.. Target marketing! The bike itself is pretty damn sweet though. A little poll, which version would you buy and why?
ICON version for me, everything I'd like/need, nothing that I don't have to have. I'd rather have the lower bars though, so perhaps parts catalog for that one.




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Leave it to Ducati to make more cool shit I want. I can just imagine a Honda designer looking at these and shaking his head, just not getting the appeal.


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Leave it to Ducati to make more cool shit I want. I can just imagine a Honda designer looking at these and shaking his head, just not getting the appeal.
They had the idea, just didnt produce it 2008 Honda Tokyo Motor Show Concepts Picture 5 of 34 - Motorcycle USA


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That's exactly my point. Ducati doesn't seem afraid to take a risk and actually produce cool shit. Triumph to a lesser degree, but they make some unique bikes also.


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