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In general I like his reviews. I'm not sure how long he's been riding, but he has certainly tried many types of bikes. Overall, he gives a good overview of the positives and negatives - he seems surprised that he liked it in the end.
 

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He eventually came around, but man is he a whiny little fcuk.

Doesn’t like the “close handlebars”
Thinks menu system is confusing
Feels like it is going to stall
Don’t like the clutch
Modes are hard
Tank is so high
Legs cramped up
Feels like bike is barely idling
Bike shakes
Keeps hitting enter button
The dash looks like plain vanilla
Fairing close to the shifter
Doesn’t like the name

Everyone has an opinion, but I feel like the retardation is strong with him.
 

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He's an idiot, I've been riding for 30 + years............ being 6 ft tall it's a little cramped maybe change the bars? maybe 1/2-1' forward? and OMG those mirrors useless other wise nice bike for 13K, that's my take.
 

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He eventually came around, but man is he a whiny little fcuk.

Doesn’t like the “close handlebars”
Thinks menu system is confusing
Feels like it is going to stall
Don’t like the clutch
Modes are hard
Tank is so high
Legs cramped up
Feels like bike is barely idling
Bike shakes
Keeps hitting enter button
The dash looks like plain vanilla
Fairing close to the shifter
Doesn’t like the name

Everyone has an opinion, but I feel like the retardation is strong with him.
I have had shopping trolleys that are worse. Interestingly I have 2000km on the S clocks now I have not recognised any of the points mentioned. I have had more upright bikes and felt a lot less comfortable. Comfort is not in question with me and the SS. The dash is actually quite easy to navigate. Ducati sports all have narrow handlebars, perhaps an adventure bike was on his mind.
 

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Chase is funny, but a permanent noob. I'm sure he wouldn't mind someone saying that (well tough, as i just have).

you should watch his episodes where he repairs a monster that he bought post-accident. It is comedy gold. I mean really.
if you ever wondered... could some idiot actually set a torque spanner in NM instead of lb/ft, or how not to Dremel, then this is the rainy day shows you should watch...
 

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I like where he almost crashes in the parking lot hitting the curb. Most of the amateurs reviewing the bike start out not liking the SS and really like it when they are done. Duke of DC is a good example.
 
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