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For sale 2015 Ducati Scrambler, 803cc, 75HP, 367mi

Discussion in 'Bikes' started by Optimus Prime, Nov 6, 2019.

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  1. Optimus Prime

    Optimus Prime Been here awhile

    Mar 20, 2006
    San Francisco, CA
    My wife and I moved to San Francisco in 2015 and she promptly traded in her old 1982 Honda Hawk for a new Ducati Scrambler with dreams of riding this great state.

    Well, riding in and around the City was a bit much for her and after a close call with a cager on a cellphone she's had a pretty hard time getting back in the saddle.

    Year: 2015
    Make: Ducati
    Model: Scrambler
    Size: 803cc
    Power: 75hp
    Brakes: Brembo
    ABS: yes
    Miles: 367
    Location: Redwood City, CA
    Price: $6200

    Farkles: none
    Other: It has had a parking lot tip over. Which happened right after the cager almost hit her. She was pretty freaked out and just completely forgot to put the side stand down (I've done the same thing on bigger more expensive bikes, so I'm not about to give her a hard time about it) Muffler has the scars and picture is provided.

    Other than that it's been in a garage and I take it out a few times a year. I love the motor and it's a absolute hoot around the city and I still think it's a pretty good starter bike. Great power-band, forgiving motor, great brakes, and dead simple to own and operate.

    I gave it a service 6 months ago.

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