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I was asked a few weeks back to post some pics of my sons 2018 Ducati Panigale V4 S. This thing is insanely fast.
We thought the BMW S1000RR was quick.....Ducati so much better with vastly more lower end torque and exceptionally linear throttle.

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Very nice, I shouldn't ever have one of those, I'd get in far to much trouble. If I were a rich man though......:BigGrin:

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Gold medal got the golden rocket it appears....he sure has grown up

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A little clip from his last rip thru the canyon...


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Wow.....looked smooth at those high speeds

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Wow.....looked smooth at those high speeds

That’s a great camera position. Clear speedo and road ahead, but passing landscape sure doesn’t look those speeds!

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Nice riding and super fast. :good:

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Is that KPH? That can't be MPH. :shock:

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That's MPH.

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Oh yeah.

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Great video. That is one quick bike.

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There's no such thing as a slow sport bike. In most situations like the above, it all comes down to the pilot. In many cases, it quickly becomes apparent who the better pilot is. At that point and if that delta is great enough, the mount becomes irrelevant. The racetrack is another story entirely. Those guys are typically more closely matched.

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Hear you on that. Still riding above my pucker factor. Didn't see a 5 or 6 gear indication. It is one sweet ride. Should be good conversation tomorrow morning at coffee. Cheers

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Hear you on that. Still riding above my pucker factor. Didn't see a 5 or 6 gear indication. It is one sweet ride. Should be good conversation tomorrow morning at coffee. Cheers

Yeah, at 14,000 rpm redline, the gears are loooong.

It has 6 gears. North of 200 hp. That video is a LONG way from it’s top speed.

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Read some reviews. Speed is north of 175 MPH. Be disastrous here on Vancouver Island. It has a big brother to boot. Cheers

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