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Any of the original riders from first days on the forums still have their bike besides me?

I got the first urban Enduro in Virginia and still have mine. I keep 2 or 3 bikes and only have 19k miles on it. Just curious who is still team scrambler.
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Looks killer. I could litterly own 3 of these and be happy. 馃槅 an adventure build a 140 hp street build and a stock build.
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Looks killer. I could litterly own 3 of these and be happy. 馃槅 an adventure build a 140 hp street build and a stock build.
Me too its an obsession people look at me sideways and think I've lost the plot!
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I couldn't get out last week, but we turned 50k (+) miles today! Serendiptously, right in front of one of our local Ducati Dealers! Happy birthday Dirt Pony!!!
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Any of the original riders from first days on the forums still have their bike besides me? I got the first urban Enduro in Virginia and still have mine. I keep 2 or 3 bikes and only have 19k miles on it. Just curious who is still team scrambler.
Been lurking on here since my wife bought a Classic in 2015. I ran it in for her, then did a long weekend away in Wales on it and liked it so much I changed my MV Brutale for a Mach 2 in 2017... fast forward five years and I recently took my Mach 2 for a belt change and ended up part- exing it for a next-gen Nighshift which I collected today. Cock-a-hoop! My sixth Ducati. Cheers, Robin
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Been lurking on here since my wife bought a Classic in 2015. I ran it in for her, then did a long weekend away in Wales on it and liked it so much I changed my MV Brutale for a Mach 2 in 2017... fast forward five years and I recently took my Mach 2 for a belt change and ended up part- exing it for a next-gen Nighshift which I collected today. Cock-a-hoop! My sixth Ducati. Cheers, Robin
How does the next gen compare?
How does the next gen compare?
The next-gen feels very much like the original scramblers, which is a good thing I think. The flat bars of the nightshift make the biggest difference to me, feels a little bit more sporty. Not sure about the power delivery yet as running in. The suspension feels a bit more refined, though I'm not sure much has changed except the position of the rear shock. The switch gear is much better, the new hydraulic clutch is now very light. The throttle feels a bit different being ride by wire but soon got used to.The colour dash is so much better, easily readable in bright sun and some useful things such as fuel gauge and tank range which saves faffing about with the trip meter. A few things I didn't expect: The blue of the night shift is metallic - which I was hoping for but couldn't tell from online pictures. It has auto cancelling indicators - not tried them yet. Ducati have done away with the service book - service details are stored online and accessed via the web or the Ducati app. You can buy a service book if you want, I think I shall just save all the invoices. I am very pleased with it. The only thing I miss was the Termignoni 'racing' silencer which I had on my Mach 2 but the price of 拢1600 and my conscience of making all that noise put me off getting another - mostly the price though....
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