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We are in the final week of competition to being the #1 Ducati dealer in North America.
The count is close...VERY close!
If you have been thinking about getting a bike, this is the week to do it! Come see us at MotoCorsa in Portland, Oregon, and we will hook you up with a great deal and send you home on the bike of your dreams!
WE CAN DO IT!!
Nelson Marroquin of El Salvador traveled 53,000 kilometers on his Pikes Peak edition Multistrada Ducati.
In his REV'IT Poseiden gear, Nelson took a journey through Central America and up to Alaska!
During his 53,000 kilometer road trip, he apparently didnt pass by any car wash stations...
Though his bike and suit have been through a lot, they are still in great shape, as is the cheerful REV'IT distributer seen here smiling with a cup of our fine Ristretto roast coffee. Nelson brought with him great stories and even greater engery.
(WARNING, dirty Ducati)
Mr. Marroquin stopped by the beautiful city of Portland, Oregon to visit his family and ours, and we couldn't have been more excited to have him!
Devonne Duerbaum and her Ducati Monster 696 at the beach in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Josh Ritchie for The Wall Street Journal
Devonne Duerbaum, 22, a college student from Hollywood, Fla., on her 2009 Ducati Monster 696, as told to A.J. Baime.
My father has been taking me to motorcycle races since I was young, so I grew up around bikes. He always had Ducatis—which are beautifully designed Italian motorcycles. When I turned 16, I wanted one, but he wanted me to wait. Two years later, I graduated high school, took a motorcycle class and got my license. I came home one day and he said, "Hey, let me show you something."
There was my Monster in the garage. He said, "You're such a good daughter. You get good grades. You stay out of trouble."
Now we ride together and that's our way of bonding. He's always lecturing me about safety. Sometimes he'll get me a new aftermarket part and we'll spend the day putting it on and making my bike pretty.
As for the Monster, I love the look of it. It's not a touring bike and it's not a superbike. It's in the middle, so it's fast but comfortable; you can sit upright if you want.
I've had the bike for four years now and I joined a club called Desmodonne, a world-wide group of women Ducati owners. We help each other out, tell each other our stories and we ride.
But for me, riding with my dad will always be the best.
Original post from The Wall Street Journal
By A.J. BAIME