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Old June 18th, 2014, 02:58 PM   #1
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The New Ducati Scrambler Unobscured


Ducati have announced that they will be moving away from their normal collection of sporty and superbikes and will be making a Scrambler. It is hoped that this could be a cheaper bike and therefore may mean that more Ducati fans will be able to afford a model from the expensive Italian manufacturers.

It was back in the 1960ís and 1970ís when Ducati first had a Scrambler model and it is expected that the design from this bike will be built on for this modern version. Ducati has not had a lot to say about the model though with no technical details at all and only a few teaser shots released. It is expected that there will be a slow injection of information before it debuts in the autumn this year with predicted sales starting early next year.

Read the rest of the story here: Ducati Gets Dirty with new Scrambler Bike ? Air Herald
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That's MCN's computer generated mock up best guess from last year. Ducati Scrambler well underway - | Motorcycle News | New Motorbikes | Buyers Guides | MCN
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Here are some interesting new photos of the Ducati Scrambler



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Motoclismo posted it and they cut out all of the background so that Ducati could not know exactly where and therefore by whom, it was taken. That would have resulted in the guy being censured and receiving far fewer invites in the future. providing it was one of those. Could be protecting a staff member who leaked it. Ducati take that stuff seriously.
Had a few bollockings myself and i know of Journo's being excommunicated for less

it's the bike though for sure.
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Motoclismo posted it and they cut out all of the background so that Ducati could not know exactly where and therefore by whom, it was taken. That would have resulted in the guy being censured and receiving far fewer invites in the future. providing it was one of those. Could be protecting a staff member who leaked it. Ducati take that stuff seriously.
Had a few bollockings myself and i know of Journo's being excommunicated for less

it's the bike though for sure.
These companies take their NDA's VERY seriously, and those that get creative with the terms do not get invited to come to the next event...
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