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Not trying to defend Michael (Neevesy) Neeves the author of this piece, but he is a respected Journo and racer and tells it how it is. I like his reviews and articles.I've read MCN for a long time. They have one road tester, and he's kind of a cynic. They never really rate any bike as being spectacular, except for Triumphs. (British mag, so that's not super surprising). Their "reviews" are always really short blurbs, without too much depth to them, but they tend to get cool exclusives, so I still check them once in awhile.
You're totally right, the article was positive. I was just being negative for some reason, my bad.I’m a little confused. I thought the article was pretty positive. If I were looking for our category of a bike, Neevesy’s article would have fast forwarded my decision-making.
He's a hell of a rider. I do love in his video review of the Ducati Streetfighter V4, when he comes out of a turn and just lifts the front end effortlessly. I think I personally just want a more in-depth review, but his style is more blunt and succinct.Not trying to defend Michael (Neevesy) Neeves the author of this piece, but he is a respected Journo and racer and tells it how it is. I like his reviews and articles.
Green led stands out when viewed against the black and grey lcd. I don't think it would stand out as much on a color TFT. It might be just me, but I forget to cancel my turn signals a lot less on this bike than I did on any other.Can you elaborate on this - I must have missed it in the reviews. What makes the signal flasher stand out?
I'd prefer orange. It seems a more 'indicative' color for signal repeaters. Maybe it's the small size of the pod. But I never miss noticing if one's flashing. No matter how quickly I glance or what part of the cluster I'm looking at. It's just as well. On my ST1050 and VFR I resorted to fitting STS self canceling systems. They're magic, but they don't make one for the Ducati.Green is more difficult for me to see when I'm wearing sunglasses or have the sunshade down.
Ahhhh. I thought you meant the signal indicator itself and not the warning light on the dashboard. That said the 2021 bike has self cancelling indicators - no idea how good they are as I have never had a bike with self cancelling indicators, so can't comment on them. Will find out in a couple of weeks though.Green led stands out when viewed against the black and grey lcd. I don't think it would stand out as much on a color TFT. It might be just me, but I forget to cancel my turn signals a lot less on this bike than I did on any other.