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Distinguished Gentlemans Ride Pasta Fazools

 I've always had a little bit of a love/hate relationship with the Distinguished Gentleman's Ride, dating back all the way to 2013,

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NYST Pig Roast


 Every year, New York Safety Track closes out the season with a famous Pig Roast, an upstate bacchanal to celebrate another season of riding motorcycles with the whole community.

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Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli MotoGP

I'm incredibly lucky to be going to my third MotoGP event of the year, and my second in Italy!! 

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Ducati Paris on the Champs Elysees


 Ducati Paris is located directly on the Champs Elysees, one of the main thoroughfares and most beautiful avenues in all of Paris.  When you think of Paris, you probably think 1. Eiffel Tower, 2. the Triumphal Arch or Notre Dame, and 3. the Champs Elysees, and Ducati Paris has two out of three.

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NYDUCATI Vespa Edition Paris

 Well, this post is not particularly Ducati related, but it concerns two-wheeled Italian machines, so I'll just say it: "I'm getting married!!"

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Ducati New York Track Experience Round 2

After getting rained out for Ducati New York's first Track Experience of the year... we got rained out again.  :(
 Albert showed up with his brand new V4 Corsa (below), and Jerry on his 1299.
 It was sunny out for a bit, but mixed with torrential thunderstorms that kept the track all wet.
 Dave took out his multistrada, prepping it with his wife's help!
 And Jessie took out (and I think crashed) his old Multistrada.
 Tommy was NOT amused by the rain.
 But that was kinda the mood; we were all raring to go
 ... but rain kinda dampened the atmosphere.
 Lyndon had some fun...
 but there was little that could cheer the spirits of poor old Tommy Naples.
 Still pretty fun to hang out with friends though,
 as Brian changed Tommy's tire.
 And the prettiest bikes from Charlies Chop Shop stayed under the tent for most of the day.
© 2019 Tigh Loughhead

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