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Old 10-12-17, 04:36 AM
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Italian bike weighs 425 lbs

And, that's without pedals!
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Old 10-12-17, 04:38 AM
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oops. Site won't let me post a pic of my latest Ducati. Never mind. Sorry, but it posts on lots of other sites.
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Old 10-12-17, 05:12 AM
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oops. Site won't let me post a pic of my latest Ducati. Never mind. Sorry, but it posts on lots of other sites.
Are you linking it from a site like imgur? Or are you trying to upload direct from your files?

If you have it posted elsewhere on the web right click on the image, select "copy image location" and here use the icon that looks like a landscape "insert image" to post.
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Is that with your mom sitting on it?
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Aprilia 125 FIM bike would be Lighter... Valentino Rossi won the championships on that one first..


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Is that with your mom sitting on it?
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I thought it was some weird electric bicycle or something. I guess the 425 might be unusual for a big sport bike (motorcycle). My motorcycle is a 700 cc 'adventure' bike, and weighs in at 451 (without my mom).
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Woah. You got a Panigale...?
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Old 10-12-17, 02:24 PM
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I think that might be the M797
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Is that with your mom sitting on it?
lol!

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Originally Posted by chewybrian View Post
I thought it was some weird electric bicycle or something. I guess the 425 might be unusual for a big sport bike (motorcycle). My motorcycle is a 700 cc 'adventure' bike, and weighs in at 451 (without my mom).
I was a Moto Guzzi but I'm down to a 650 and working on being a 500cc.
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