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    Veteran Member Wyne's Avatar
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    Default Added an Italian Stallion to the stable

    Very impressed - no wonder it is called the Ferrari of motorcycles. Forward controls, belt drive, excellent torque, scary acceleration, massive brakes, extreme handling - overall a brilliant package!

    (I wish there was a simple way to post larger pictures instead of the "thumbnail" ones? Is there?)

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    The rear tire indicates lean angle - rode it hard coming over the 10 mile mountain pass with some good, sharp turns.

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    Not riding for seven days makes one weak!

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    Good for you! Push it hard - she can take it.

    My brother has an 898... they are great bikes.
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    IMG_2758.jpgIMG_2758.jpgNice bike there Wyne,,,,
    i got a 2014 Ducati Panigale R a while back. 195 hp, 387 lbs dry, it has brakes and corners,,, first sport bike that i ever rode,,, don't really want the front wheel to come up though,,,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noodles 434 View Post
    IMG_2758.jpgIMG_2758.jpgNice bike there Wyne,,,,
    i got a 2014 Ducati Panigale R a while back. 195 hp, 387 lbs dry, it has brakes and corners,,, first sport bike that i ever rode,,, don't really want the front wheel to come up though,,,

    Darryl
    These Italian Stallions are great, impressive machines... Look at the lean angle on the rear tire going at high speed through sweeping corners, planted , effortlessly... (power to weight ratio is awesome!)

    tire marking.jpg XDS Front.jpg

    Not riding for seven days makes one weak!

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