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Discussion in 'Ducati Bikes For Sale' started by alex_gr, Jan 4, 2020.
Thanks a lot,
Is it a R?
Looks a clean bike
Yep, needs some mud on those tyres to set it off.
Nice bike , that.
I've often wondered why insurers ask if a bike is an import, and if it is, does it affect premiums?
One careful owner?
Just looking at the chicken strips on the axle
Maybe it is a process of the past that they never got to update or more applicable to cars as all EU compliant motorbikes are agnostic to left or right side riding as headlights have straight beams and units are now digital so you can change from km’s to miles easily. For cars a bit more complex to drive with the steering wheel on the wrong side...
Understanding from friends that £400 for fully comp is normal if not cheap so do not see any premium impact (by the way do have some years of NCB as was living in the UK before the brief period in NL)
The one owner was careful when riding at Mugello last summer. Also hates chicken strips...
WHere are you based bud and would it be possible to view?
Thats a good buy that .. GLWS
Seems very fairly priced.
Reckon I'm just slightly taller than Frankie Dettori, maybe I could use his dismount technique if I bought a 1299...
Are the original mirrors / indicators included?
Are the OEM rearsets included?
Are the OEM levers included?
IN the sales price being asked above?
Can anyone tell me what new front and rear tyres are going to set me back.
Fast road use.... who am I kidding... for storage.
All OEM items as indicated above are available and included in the asking price.
Tyres would probably set you back around £260 (Pirelli Supercorsa SP)
Fast-ish road or track abilities not included in the sale price above as current owner is slow as [email protected]
Linglong ditch finders?