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April Specials at Euro Cycles of Tampa Bay

BMW Specials:
BMW’s “Awaken Your Senses” Spring Sales Event
Take advantage of these incentive discounts while they last!
On 2015 K1600 GT’s & GTL’s Receive a $1,000 Savings!

On 2015 F800 R’s Receive a $500 Savings!

On 2015 F800 GT’s Receive a $500 Savings!

On 2015 F700 & F800 GS’s Receive a $500 Savings!

Get $1,000 Accessory Credit on 2015 S1000 RR*!

*only on [...]

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Scrambler Ducati Release Party

Euro Cycles would like to invite you to join us in welcoming the all-new Scrambler Ducati!
Take a ride down to Hogan’s Beach Tampa on Thursday, April 23rd from 4pm to 9pm to see the new Scrambler on display and join in the celebration!
Hogan’s Beach – 7700 W. Courtney Cambell Causeway, Tampa, FL 33607

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Race-Bred: Ducati Monster 1200S

To get you an idea of how big an improvement the new Ducati Monster 1200S is over its predecessor, the newcomer’s power output in its softest riding mode is equivalent to the maximum output in the soon-to-be replaced Monster 1100 Evo (100bhp). In its raciest setting, the new Monster produces a staggering 45bhp more than [...]

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2015 Ducati Multistrada 1200 and 1200 S: MD First Ride

After testing the original Ducati Multistrada 1200 back in 2010, we couldn’t contain our enthusiasm, and concluded:
“The seating position is bolt upright … even more so than a sport tourer. The bike is light. The bike has a 1200cc v-twin derived from Ducati’s superbike engine. It has decent wind protection. It’s as comfortable as sitting [...]

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2015 Ducati 1299 Panigale Video Review

Sexy sights and sultry sounds of Ducati’s superest superbike

By Kevin Duke
If a picture is worth one thousand words, a video’s gotta be worth millions of ’em, right?
We trust that you’ve already pored over every word in the Ducati 1299 Panigale’s First Ride Review that was delivered mere hours after returning from riding the Italian supermodel [...]

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Hey Joe! I Wanna Know… Ep. 6 – Ducati Bags

Join Alex & Joe for our weekly video series “Hey Joe! I Wanna Know..”
This Week: Motorcycle baggage options from Ducati Performance
Where we cover everything you want to know about a hot new accessory item available at Euro Cycles of Tampa Bay located at 8509 Gunn Highway located in Odessa, Florida 33556 PH: 813-926-9937 Web: www.EuroCyclesOfTampaBay.com

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Newspeak: The Advent of the “Adventure-Sport”

by Jensen Beeler
In the past decade the ADV segment has been a confusing amalgamation of differing interests, and over that time-period, two distinct groups have boiled to the surface.
First there are the “Long Way Round” hopefuls, who invariably own a BMW R1200GS/A, and seem to be on some sort of perpetual preparation for an African safari, regardless [...]

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Ducati 1299 Panigale S clocks 1’55”3 at Mugello

Official Ducati test rider and DRE instructor, Alessandro Valia recently clocked a lap time of 1’55″3 at the Mugello circuit, aboard the 2015 Ducati 1299 Panigale S. “With the new Panigale 1299, I expected an increase in performance but the final result has surpassed those expectations. During my first test of the 1299 Panigale S [...]

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Ducati 1299 Panigale – The Apex of Performance

The most exciting Superbike on the market today, just what every fan has ever dreamed of.
116mm bore, 1285cc displacement, 205hp, 144.6Nm torque and weighing in at 179.5 kg.
Numbers that speak loud and clear.

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New air-cooled Scrambler takes Ducati Back To The Future.

There has been much concern about what the new Ducati Scrambler would look like, and how it would be received by hardcore traditionalists. Well, today at the INTERMOT show in Germany, Ducati put fears to rest, introducing a smartly styled bike that correctly reinterprets the spirit of the 1960s’ original. At the same time, this [...]

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Ducati Scrambler First Official Picture

Well, sort of…

MOTORCYCLE marketing just seems to get weirder by the year and 2014 so far has been a doozy thanks to Yamaha’s mad-as-a-bucket-of-frogs ‘Revstation’ and ‘Master of Torque’ campaigns.
And Ducati’s first official reveal for its 2015 Scrambler is right up there with Yamaha’s most baffling efforts; a sub-Postman-Pat quality stop-motion video series that draws on [...]

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