Ducati Scrambler Sixty2 Review Motorcycle Road Test




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Kuncen RIG: What yamaha is that 6:04?

J H: Can you tell how tall you are please, im 6ft and was wondering if im too big for this bike.

Gareth Sassman: Hi sorry for the late message but you mentioned you felt a bit too tall for the bike, how would a guy 5,9" feel on this bike?

John Ramsey: The Ducati Icon has much more power at 800cc and is only 7 lbs heavier, while not much more expensive.. Except for licensing issues, there's no reason for this bike to exist.

Thomas Elliott: Your advice is good. Glad I did not buy one. I prefer my toast for breakfast in the form of bread instead of this manhood eliminator.

Sabibullah Kutbutheen: Oooohhh gorgeous, i wish to have one...

Alca Bringer: You look epic on your first bike bro. hehe. Nice review.

Greg Geisler: I like the bike, but I'm 70 years old. So, maybe the bike is for both novices and older pros. You'll be buying one someday, just to keep riding. Good review, but as usual, from a young man's perspective.

raman khadka: can anyone gift me this bike😍

Ligma Bhalz: Nice review, but you didn't mention its off road capabilities. Is it actually a good scrambler or is that just a name they've tacked on?

Charlie Martin: lies its junk

ripmax333: Its Expensive because of that damn badge on the tank that says DUCATI, but I admit it a cool bike and i wish i have one. Damn! why other manufacturer's like honda, don't build a similar bike!

Ontario Andrews: I like the looks and for someone like me; a beginner, it would be ideal accept that I would not buy an air cooled bike over 125cc. Especially at a premium price point. You may have fun during the fall and early winter, but come summer with the heat ...nope!

Lucky ZeroPresence: +Visdordown Motorcycle News ....do you have a gear notification on the tachometer?

1990: Great jacket, Tom. What is it, please?

Jo Gordon: Wish I had something like this when I was starting out but in the early 80s all we had was the Honda Rebel 250cc. If I had had something like this, I would have never had to trade up six months after getting my license. Bravo Ducati!

tarmacscratcher Youtube: excellent review. please keep up the good work. :)

Doug BM: xsr700 is ugly

Doug BM: Looks better than the 800

Chris Weston: My gosh. It sounds like your reading a bedtime story, if you know what I mean! lol. I think it's good that there's a premium A2 bike. Everyone else seems to make A2 bikes all about being cheap to fit below the bigger bikes in their lineup.
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Ducati Scrambler Sixty2 Review Motorcycle Road Test 5 out of 5

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Ducati Scrambler Sixty2 Review Motorcycle Road Test