i didn't see anything worth writing home about re: booth babes. although i will say ducati had a nice setup. i also realized i'm on the internet waay too much. i know more about the bikes/brands then the people working the booth. i asked the aprilia guy did they have the v4 motor on display and he didn't know what i was talking about. :laughing:
I agree. Without the CC there, Ducati had the best booth and generated a lot of excitement with their booth being "walled" in (everyone else had open air boothes, while Duc had a wall around their entire set up). I was actually surprised that the Supermoto wasn't inside, but was out and in a bad corner away from most foot traffic.
I agree. Without the CC there, Ducati had the best booth and generated a lot of excitement with their booth being "walled" in (everyone else had open air boothes, while Duc had a wall around their entire set up).
When the show was in Seattle, it was the same. I got to see a Senna, sit on a F4R and a Brutale, but was very disappointed to not see the CC. The setup seemed weak compared to Ducati's. There I was with my friends telling them that I only came to see MV and everything else is worthless and that's all we saw. :bawling: Almost seemed like they didn't care. But I still got to sit on a F4R, so I wasn't a total waste....
I go to the Nurburgring several times a year, but the August Bank Holiday weekend is one of the good ones (open both days, good chance of dry weather) and when there is a group of us varying from a couple to 20 riders one year. If you've never been it's an awesome place.
If anyone is...
Wonder if anyone has ideas of taking a look at the Italian bike show put on by the Ducati Owner's Cub each year.
I went last year, always some nice bikes to see, mine was the only MV I spotted.
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