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Hello everyone,

i'm a french canadian living in Thailand and had the chance of owning many bikes in the past but ......
I will be a Ducati owner for the first time and quite excited about it.
Dealership told us that we should get it by july/august.

I just can't wait any longer !!!!!
 

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Thailand... nice country to ride on a Ducati... I've done it 30 years ago on an old rental 80cc or 100cc...
Welcome here.
Bienvenue !
Bruno
 

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Welcome to the forum, I'm sure time will pass quickly.

What's the biking scene like in Thailand?
It's quite nice , amazing roads and not having any speed limit&cops on the road :wink2:
In the other hand bikes are quite expensive with the import tax, we're taking 20-30% :crying:
 

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Wet and warm, one of the conditions most enjoy but not on a bike.
Welcome to the forum, with your years of experience I look forward to reading your input here.
 

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Hello everyone,

i'm a french canadian living in Thailand and had the chance of owning many bikes in the past but ......
I will be a Ducati owner for the first time and quite excited about it.
Dealership told us that we should get it by july/august.

I just can't wait any longer !!!!!
Welcome and enjoy your future supersport

Thai with french canadian accent, that must be exotic !!
 

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Wet and warm, one of the conditions most enjoy but not on a bike.
Welcome to the forum, with your years of experience I look forward to reading your input here.
Can also get cold :grin2:
No that wet at all, where i'm located raining season goes from july to october and most of the time **** happen overnight
 

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Welcome to the forum! Looking forward to your international experiences over there.
 
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