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....
So this year's event already seems a dim and distant memory and quite frankly I need something to look forward to where the weather will not be quite so cold and wet! :grin2:
Time to get things started, who's up for another weekend of stunning, quiet mountain roads and creek beers?!?!
Just meandering through old accounts and came across this, in this small video you will see Chuck, Andrew, Ade, Carl and others, I am aboard my Senna 750 at this Bub, the roadtrip there with Chuck, Cin and Ade was epic, it was the first time I had met them face to face...