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How's it going guys. Been on a few Ducati forums in my time owning Dukes so thought I'd jump on this one as I'm about to order a Red 899 for delivery in March.

I sold my 2008 1098S and cannot wait to seal the deal for my new one. I say red but the white is really tearing me up. I'm a stickler for tradition and Ducati's should be red but my god how nice is that white. Is it a flat or a pearl white?

We'll hope to see you guys about. Once I get her il not be shy in posting a scenery photo with the bike taking centre stage ;-)
 

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How's it going guys. Been on a few Ducati forums in my time owning Dukes so thought I'd jump on this one as I'm about to order a Red 899 for delivery in March.



I sold my 2008 1098S and cannot wait to seal the deal for my new one. I say red but the white is really tearing me up. I'm a stickler for tradition and Ducati's should be red but my god how nice is that white. Is it a flat or a pearl white?



We'll hope to see you guys about. Once I get her il not be shy in posting a scenery photo with the bike taking centre stage ;-)

Welcome to the forum and a big hello from Aberdeenshire!



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Let us know nearer the time & we could arrange a meet with you & show you some good roads… ;)
Cheers, sounds good. We had four days up there in 2011, did some fantastic roads then, stayed not far from fort William at Kinlochleven, probably some of the best roads We've ridden, the road through to Glen Coe was awesome, a82 I think, down past the ski lifts;) :D:D
 

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Cheers, sounds good. We had four days up there in 2011, did some fantastic roads then, stayed not far from fort William at Kinlochleven, probably some of the best roads We've ridden, the road through to Glen Coe was awesome, a82 I think, down past the ski lifts;) :D:D
the views along that road are magnificent!… and the roads just keep on going..We stayed in the huts in Kinlochleven 3 years ago to have easier access to all the good roads from the moment you got on the bike!
We have went right up to Durness and along some cracking roads in between.
I hope that you ordered the sun too… :cool:
 

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the views along that road are magnificent!… and the roads just keep on going..We stayed in the huts in Kinlochleven 3 years ago to have easier access to all the good roads from the moment you got on the bike!
We have went right up to Durness and along some cracking roads in between.
I hope that you ordered the sun too… :cool:
It pissed it down all the way up there from Manchester to the Glencoe area, then we had three good dry days for riding. Loved it, we even had a nice cream in Oban!!
 

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The Ullapool to Durness road is possibly the best biking road in Britain! Applecross is also good but that road on a Sunny day.... WOW!! We are panning Lake District this year then winding our way up the back roads over to Stornaway, Ornkey, Skye then back the Ness.
 

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Welcome to the forum.

I need to get my ass over to Scotland to see the family.
They are in Paisley but I haven't been there since I was a kid.

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