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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 07-03-2009, 10:34 AM Thread Starter
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Ducati announces the 848 nicky hayden edition




Monterey, Calif. (July 3, 2009) Ducati North America is proud to announce the newest addition to its model range, the 848 Nicky Hayden Special Edition. The special edition 848 will be unveiled tomorrow at the Red Bull U.S. Grand Prix at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca.

In honor of Fourth of July, Ducati is celebrating American World Champion Nicky Hayden with a special USA themed 848. This US -exclusive model will be unveiled at 4pm Saturday July 4 on Ducati Island at the USGP with Nicky Hayden and Ducati CEO Gabriele Del Torchio. It will be on display the remainder of the weekend for fans to view, and available at Ducati dealers July 7th in limited numbers.

The Nicky Hayden Edition is the first of the 2010 model year 848s to arrive in the United States. The distinctive features and 2010 model upgrades on this motorcycle include the American inspired livery, LED dash illumination for superior night visibility, a 30mm mirror extension kit for enhanced vision and aluminum cam belt tensioner pulleys for improved acceleration.

Boasting 134hp at 10,000 rpm, the 848 Nicky Hayden Edition is unmatched in the middleweight class for torque and power values.

The 2010 Ducati 848 Nicky Hayden Edition is priced at $14,495 and available at authorized Ducati dealerships this coming week.



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Very sweet. I am looking to buy an 848 this season... i wonder how ealy the 2010s are available for shipment to Europe. It's much cheaper for me to purchase a bike from the states and ship it to Germany...
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Hi Walker,
I would had thought that Germany have import duties for foreign imports, which would effect your newly imported bike.
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Hi Walker,
I would had thought that Germany have import duties for foreign imports, which would effect your newly imported bike.
I'm an American Contractor working for the Department of Defense. I'm here on Techincal Expert status which has the benefits of no taxes (Stateside or German) and I am able to the Military shipping process. Win win
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Damn it to good, ya gotta be happy about that Walker. I gather you can't sell the bike in Germany though (that's even if you wanted to)?
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