Ducati Scrambler and other things Ducati

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jhwalker wrote:Hey, thanks!!! :clap: my balance is not so great. I'm using the trampoline and have hit the car flying into/onto it. :lol:
Freud might say that you bounce into the car because you miss the pain that you previously could induce by running or riding a bicycle or falling over on a motorcycle, or with a go kart (where is Brakelate with THE photo). I can't help you out other than trying to generate a little mental pain. But, in truth, there are some serious stability wheels out there that might actually work for training purposes as I assume that you need a sign off from your spouse and other members of your care team before they will cut you loose on two wheels. So, I was just partially messing with you, because, as all know, I am not prone to being insensitive or rude or mean spirited at all, so it is unthinkable that I would ever prod you. And, not only can you ask anyone to verify what I say, you can trust me, since I also never exaggerate or put a spin on anything.

Now off to work on getting the turbo to work on the KTM.

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Tetge wrote:
jhwalker wrote:Hey, thanks!!! :clap: my balance is not so great. I'm using the trampoline and have hit the car flying into/onto it. :lol:
Freud might say that you bounce into the car because you miss the pain that you previously could induce by running or riding a bicycle or falling over on a motorcycle, or with a go kart (where is Brakelate with THE photo). I can't help you out other than trying to generate a little mental pain. But, in truth, there are some serious stability wheels out there that might actually work for training purposes as I assume that you need a sign off from your spouse and other members of your care team before they will cut you loose on two wheels. So, I was just partially messing with you, because, as all know, I am not prone to being insensitive or rude or mean spirited at all, so it is unthinkable that I would ever prod you. And, not only can you ask anyone to verify what I say, you can trust me, since I also never exaggerate or put a spin on anything.

Now off to work on getting the turbo to work on the KTM.
riiiiiight :lol:

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It is time to ride the mountain bike in prep for riding the Ducati again. My left arm has some life, in fact my most recent acupuncture session on it hurt like a bitch :cry: Two months ago I felt nothing, so I guess that is progress. :-D We are heading up to SoCal Thursday for more medical poking and prodding, and when I return Ima gonna finally man up and do eet!!! I will report back. 8-)

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jhwalker wrote:It is time to ride the mountain bike in prep for riding the Ducati again. My left arm has some life, in fact my most recent acupuncture session on it hurt like a bitch :cry: Two months ago I felt nothing, so I guess that is progress. :-D We are heading up to SoCal Thursday for more medical poking and prodding, and when I return Ima gonna finally man up and do eet!!! I will report back. 8-)
If you pay sufficient hush money, I will not tell on you, and, you might get away with it. I mean, of course, get away with riding the mountain bike, as the Ducati would clearly be off limits for a wide variety of reasons. That said. if I see vids of you getting big air on the mountain bike, I might change my stance, as mountain bikes can get more dangerous than a street motorcycle at some point.

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I'll fess up. I fell again in town. The result was cutting the end of one finger and seeing just how much blood squirts out with these blood thinners I take.
It made me a little more cautious about riding the mtn bike. Meow

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Thought of you, Walker, when I was drooling over the Scramblers last Friday at the Ducati/Aprilia/Triumph/Guzzi dealer in Montrose. A friend is looking at swapping out his 675 triple for a 1200 Bonneville. 420 dry, 97 BHP, 80 ft lbs at 2000. :think:

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I didn't expect it but the motorcycle crew down here is very active. more to follow. Bike sounds sweet. :clap:
That bike is too much for me. A tricycle is too much right now.

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xbacksideslider wrote:Thought of you, Walker, when I was drooling over the Scramblers last Friday at the Ducati/Aprilia/Triumph/Guzzi dealer in Montrose. A friend is looking at swapping out his 675 triple for a 1200 Bonneville. 420 dry, 97 BHP, 80 ft lbs at 2000. :think:
Those thangs air purty. :clap:

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xbacksideslider wrote:Thought of you, Walker, when I was drooling over the Scramblers last Friday at the Ducati/Aprilia/Triumph/Guzzi dealer in Montrose. A friend is looking at swapping out his 675 triple for a 1200 Bonneville. 420 dry, 97 BHP, 80 ft lbs at 2000. :think:
I have no idea why you would be checking out such things when you could simply buy my 690 Duke and have a 350 pound all up weight 62 RWHP monster. I personally can't ride it since I am not skillful enough for such an advanced and sophisticated approach and I am considering trading it in for one of those three wheeled (two in front) 500cc Italian scooters. I am thinking that I could generally handle such a machine, and, it still would be narrow enough to split lanes. The floor boards and weather protection would also be nice...........

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another long post lost #$%*&&^%$

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