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Old 07-01-2010, 05:35 PM   #1
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Thumbs up New Ducati MEGAMONSTER

The fact that Ducati is looking into the roadster market is significant and could mean they are actually looking into a new and totally different generation of buyers and try to steal them away from the V-Max or the V-Rod crowd, with the mystique and exclusiveness that the name Ducati carries with it, and this would be a first for them, if this cruiser ever comes to being.

At the moment the clay model has the classic Ducati trellis frame, a Monster first series tank and tail and it seems a single swingarm, but models like these are made up and thrown away at least a dozen of times a year, so we’ll just have to wait and see what the final result could be.


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The claypic looks likes a bmw k1300s
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the rear tire looks too fat, might not be easy to ride fast on the twisties.
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Hope they stick with what works and not go in the cruiser direction; it will dilute their brand image. Just my 2 cents....
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Better than the current monster
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