Only saw 1 SS and a few Monsters. Everything else is a scooter.
In Italy... where? In big cities scooters are more common. Maybe it's more simply to find Scrambler, the best seller. Others Ducati are on lakes or mountains, where you can achieve the full potential :laugh:
I was there a month ago... Pics only in museum, not allowed in factory.Make sure to go to the Ducati factory and museum. Take pictures and put them on the forum. Not sure if they will let you take them at the factory though.
Wonder why BMW owns the area with such a huge population of bikes...?? Down here in ole TN, it's a good mix of Japanese with the majority being Harley's with a few BMW's and even fewer Ducatis.OK, back home now. We spent a few days in Rome and the scooter population is insane....I get it.
The bulk of our trip was hiking in the Dolomite's...San Cassiano, Val Gardena etc. I saw plenty of bikes on some amazing roads up there. If I had to guess I would say that 80% of the bikes I saw were BMW, mostly GS/RS 1200. The rest were mostly Japanese bikes and only a handful were Ducati's.