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Here are a couple of pics from the DC IMS. Good show, but since the CC wasn't there, a little disappointing. Might have to make the trip to NYC. :conveyer:

The Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum is also raffling off a pretty nice looking '52 Vincent.

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-Me on the F4R
-The Ducati SuperMoto (which I thought was placed very strangely outside the main Duc booth in a far corner)
 

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AnotherMV - Believe me, I ride a Brutale, but that F4R felt very comfortable. :naughty:

Alvin - Thanks for moving the thread. When I walked up, Matt from MV said "Hey! An MV.netter!." I had met him last year when I was hassling him about needing a dealership in Northern Va (we have a ferrari/lambo/maseratti dealership, I think we could support an MV dealer) and hassled him again this year. :stickpoke Matt, you're a good sport. Hope something works out in the area. Either that, or I need to move back to CT so I can have Cliff's as my local dealer.
 

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Here are a couple of pics from the DC IMS. Good show, but since the CC wasn't there, a little disappointing. Might have to make the trip to NYC. :conveyer:

The Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum is also raffling off a pretty nice looking '52 Vincent.

Pics:

-Me on the F4R
-The Ducati SuperMoto (which I thought was placed very strangely outside the main Duc booth in a far corner)
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Way to represent!!!! I sat on the very same R ! Wonder if my drool is still on it ;)
Haha. No, but I certainly left some drool on the tank. Love that bike.
 

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wow, i wonder how much will the ducati hypermotard cost

and just a thought:it is incredible how the mv f4 still manages to look as fresh, design wise as the day it first came into production almost 10 years ago.in my view,no other sports motorcycle has managed to achieve this.even the 916,the other tamburini masterpiece is beggining to show it s age.
 
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