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Post a picture of how your Ducati Supersport 939 is parked at work.

We all have our own way to park our bikes to keep it secure and out of harms way during work hours, show the Ducati Supersport 939 community how you park it. :D
 

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Yet another futile attempt to upload a pic, hey desmo-admin, how about a little help here?!?!?! Trying to upload from an ipad.:frown2:
 

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Hit the go advance option
And then the paper clip
That how I do it ?
If you want to add a photo from your computer, scroll down a little bit and click on the "Manage Attachments" button.

If you want to link to a photo elsewhere on the Internet, click on the little yellow box that looks like an icon of a landscape photo, mountains and sun.
 

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To upload your own images

Press the Go Advanced button, Scroll down to the Addditional Options Categori and Press Manage Attachments



A New Pop Up window Opens, Press Choose File And Select your image



Press Upload, scroll back up, finish your post and submit reply

 

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@Desmo-Admin

I have done ALL that before, I click the "close the window" bar, NOTHING happens, it just freezes then I have close down the whole app and reopen the app again. This is not the only time or reason the app freezes, but that's another subject.:|
 

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With an OLD Geza Gear cover on her....
And the steering unlocked??!! - Gee Se7en you must work in a very trustworthy neighbourhood :laugh:
 

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Lucky You Se7en - Nice colour too mate, white is definitely the goods eh? (Let's upset all those red dudes)
 
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Yup. I work on a badged and gated facility for the Unites States Department of Energy. No worries on theft here.
So, if there was an accident or something, would your bright red Duc glow in the dark?

I would pay extra for that! :)
 

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I like many others, do not work, but since you ask I'll tell you how I park mine when out and about.
I come to a stop, put the side stand down and switch the engine off. I put my gloves on the tank and my helmet on the right side mirror and then it is parked.
After parking (normally with the key still in it) I drink coffee, eat a meal, wander around an 800 year old village etc.
Funny question though, "how is your Ducati parked", I would have thought that everyone know how to park it, it must be the same procedure as parking any bike.
 

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I like many others, do not work, but since you ask I'll tell you how I park mine when out and about.
I come to a stop, put the side stand down and switch the engine off. I put my gloves on the tank and my helmet on the right side mirror and then it is parked.
After parking (normally with the key still in it) I drink coffee, eat a meal, wander around an 800 year old village etc.
Funny question though, "how is your Ducati parked", I would have thought that everyone know how to park it, it must be the same procedure as parking any bike.
Lol...I think what is meant by the thread is "how does your bike look while parked at work".
 

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I like many others, do not work, but since you ask I'll tell you how I park mine when out and about.
I come to a stop, put the side stand down and switch the engine off. I put my gloves on the tank and my helmet on the right side mirror and then it is parked.
After parking (normally with the key still in it) I drink coffee, eat a meal, wander around an 800 year old village etc.
Funny question though, "how is your Ducati parked", I would have thought that everyone know how to park it, it must be the same procedure as parking any bike.
Hey Freddie just a tip, - Don't park your helmet on your mirror, it will eventually stuff up the interior of your helmet, and it can also damage your mirrors if some clown walks into it. Best place to park it is on the ground with your gloves inside it!! Anyway I really don't think your diatribe of an answer is what our questioner was really looking for, but I suspect you might have known that - have a nice day Freddie:laugh:
 

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Hey Freddie just a tip, - Don't park your helmet on your mirror, it will eventually stuff up the interior of your helmet, and it can also damage your mirrors if some clown walks into it. Best place to park it is on the ground with your gloves inside it!! Anyway I really don't think your diatribe of an answer is what our questioner was really looking for, but I suspect you might have known that - have a nice day Freddie:laugh:
Helmet net works well on the back seat. Where I live we take everything with us. Too many poor people with no sense of monetary value. A £500 helmet will be pushed for £10 if they can get their hands on it. They get that helmet right in front of you while you sip on your coffee. Even taking the tank bag off to fill up with petrol is nerving.
 

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Helmet net works well on the back seat. Where I live we take everything with us. Too many poor people with no sense of monetary value. A £500 helmet will be pushed for £10 if they can get their hands on it. They get that helmet right in front of you while you sip on your coffee. Even taking the tank bag off to fill up with petrol is nerving.
That's if they don't pull you off your bike before you even come to a stop.
 
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