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Ducati Superbike Panigale V4 Speciale MG - £32,999 @ Ducati Aylesbury
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Ducati Superbike Panigale V4 Speciale MG - £32,999 @ Ducati Aylesbury

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Ducati Superbike Panigale V4 Speciale MG - £32,999 @ Ducati Aylesbury
Posted 23rd Jul 2020Edited by:"airbus330"

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Ok, not everyones cuppa espresso, but if you are in this market there are some good savings to be made on this limited edition beauty with its Tricolore paint and magnesium wheels and the rest of the Panigale range. 5k off the standard Trcolore, 3k off the V4R . Personally, I reckon there is a bit more to be saved here with a bit of hard bargaining.
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1 only probably the last magnesium wheel model available anywhere a brand new bike in showroom condition with full manufacturer warranty vat reclaimable . We are a family run business established for over 30 years, run by enthusiasts for enthusiasts. Situated on the A41 between Aylesbury and Bicester with easy access to the M40. We've got massive amounts of off road parking as well as an onsite café and the most sublime biking roads surround us in every direction! All of our used bikes are hand-selected & workshop-inspected prior to approval. National delivery can be arranged and your part exchange is welcome, so buy from us, and get On Yer Bike with confidence!
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DaveG4623/07/2020 18:00

I'm waiting for a deal on a mv agusta f4 claudio, I can't ride a … I'm waiting for a deal on a mv agusta f4 claudio, I can't ride a bike but it'll be nice to look at [Image]



Well, lets face it folks, it makes a change from seeing posh watches on here!
airbus33023/07/2020 18:09

Lucky its not an old Triumph, you'd get oil on your sofa!



How dare you. Brit bikes dont leak oil, they just mark their territory
No idea what it should cost or if its a deal, hot for that thing of beauty
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No idea what it should cost or if its a deal, hot for that thing of beauty
Ooooooooo want one want one.
Ooooo that bike does weird things to me. It makes me feel strange in my happy place.
Ok, the mods added and subtracted some info, but its basically £5600 off list. A decent savings, but I reckon a little more is possible.
furiousjammin23/07/2020 17:29

Ooooo that bike does weird things to me. It makes me feel strange in my …Ooooo that bike does weird things to me. It makes me feel strange in my happy place.


Does it twinge?
It makes my other 5 motorbikes jealous that I don't look at them in the same way.
Well, lets face it folks, it makes a change from seeing posh watches on here!
airbus33023/07/2020 17:48

Well, lets face it folks, it makes a change from seeing posh watches on …Well, lets face it folks, it makes a change from seeing posh watches on here!


Please post a daily motorbike deal. Save me a fortune in viagara.

Edited by: "furiousjammin" 23rd Jul
furiousjammin23/07/2020 17:52

Please post a daily motorbike deal. Save me a fortune in viagara. Please post a daily motorbike deal. Save me a fortune in viagara.


I'm waiting for a deal on a mv agusta f4 claudio, I can't ride a bike but it'll be nice to look at
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DaveG4623/07/2020 18:00

I'm waiting for a deal on a mv agusta f4 claudio, I can't ride a … I'm waiting for a deal on a mv agusta f4 claudio, I can't ride a bike but it'll be nice to look at [Image]



Lucky its not an old Triumph, you'd get oil on your sofa!
airbus33023/07/2020 18:09

Lucky its not an old Triumph, you'd get oil on your sofa!



How dare you. Brit bikes dont leak oil, they just mark their territory
Beautiful bike
Dont think I can justify spending more then twice what I paid for my R1
Lovely bike, I'll stick with my V2 Panigale !
Last 2 comments sum it up. R1 does it for half the price. V2 looks even prettier for...half the price. But, at the end of the day, they're not the V4 Panigale
DaveG4623/07/2020 18:00

I'm waiting for a deal on a mv agusta f4 claudio, I can't ride a … I'm waiting for a deal on a mv agusta f4 claudio, I can't ride a bike but it'll be nice to look at [Image]


Aye but they're almost double the price of this bike nice though.
ONLY!
fishmaster23/07/2020 19:05

Aye but they're almost double the price of this bike nice though.


Swap it for a senna then and save a few quid
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Hot because I miss riding bikes, always fancied a Ducati but never pulled the trigger.... this is beautiful.
lightwavin23/07/2020 19:12

Hot because I miss riding bikes, always fancied a Ducati but never pulled …Hot because I miss riding bikes, always fancied a Ducati but never pulled the trigger.... this is beautiful.


You only live once
airbus33023/07/2020 19:01

Last 2 comments sum it up. R1 does it for half the price. V2 looks even …Last 2 comments sum it up. R1 does it for half the price. V2 looks even prettier for...half the price. But, at the end of the day, they're not the V4 Panigale


It's a beautiful bike very nice I know that. But I just couldn't justify double the price. My car habit wouldn't allow it
Excellent, I've always wanted to donate my retinas.
This makes me moist.
furiousjammin23/07/2020 18:11

How dare you. Brit bikes dont leak oil, they just mark their territory



LOL same as old Italian scooters then
Ok, not everyones cuppa expresso

It's espresso.

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(Voted hot....I want one!).
Edited by: "ooglewoogle" 23rd Jul
I recently only discovered that magnesium wheels have a very finite lifespan after my dad purchased a bimota 2nd hand only to find out that the wheels are unusable (as they are classed as dangerous for use after 5years.)

Maybe not a massive issue for someone spending £30k on a bike and perhaps intending to sell it on after a few years but still something to take into account as I’d imagine genuine replacements will be £3-£5k
916, what a bike to have in 1994. I've ridden one and owned a 998r Monster. The 916 is a fantastic classic bike to own, who wouldn't want one in their living room to look at. But to ride, the Panigale is so much more rewarding and shows how much bikes have advanced in 26 years. One thing hasn't changed, they'll both do your back and wrists a lot of damage.
Bought 10 for eBay
endothecat24/07/2020 14:16

And you can only die once in a bike crash


You can die anywhere at any time.
endothecat24/07/2020 14:16

And you can only die once in a bike crash


I had a bike crash back in 2003 and I walked away with sore hip and bruised ego. What hurt the most was my hayabusa lying in the gravel. Anyway...... Back on topic.....magnesium wheels can 'die' in a crash.....they stopped using them in F1 or Indy or Daytona (can't remember which) as they used to explode when the hit the barriers too hard.
fishmaster24/07/2020 16:37

You can die anywhere at any time.


Yes but more likely on a bike than most other things.
jsd7424/07/2020 17:07

I had a bike crash back in 2003 and I walked away with sore hip and …I had a bike crash back in 2003 and I walked away with sore hip and bruised ego. What hurt the most was my hayabusa lying in the gravel. Anyway...... Back on topic.....magnesium wheels can 'die' in a crash.....they stopped using them in F1 or Indy or Daytona (can't remember which) as they used to explode when the hit the barriers too hard.


Makes sense, firehouse.com/ope…res
This is a LOT more expensive than an S1000RR with M package and carbon package.
Is it because of its rarity?
Edited by: "YoungingtonCraigington" 27th Jul
YoungingtonCraigington27/07/2020 15:26

This is a LOT more expensive than an S1000RR with M package and carbon …This is a LOT more expensive than an S1000RR with M package and carbon package.Is it because of its rarity?


Cheapest v4 is 20k. This is a LTD Ed with extra bells and whistles. Different animal from the s1000rr
imthebest23/07/2020 21:49

I recently only discovered that magnesium wheels have a very finite …I recently only discovered that magnesium wheels have a very finite lifespan after my dad purchased a bimota 2nd hand only to find out that the wheels are unusable (as they are classed as dangerous for use after 5years.) Maybe not a massive issue for someone spending £30k on a bike and perhaps intending to sell it on after a few years but still something to take into account as I’d imagine genuine replacements will be £3-£5k


Get them crack tested and if good use them for the track and buy a pair of Alu for the road. You could enquire at the engineering department of your local university if they have access to an x-ray unit or even your dentist if you are friendly to check for cracks.
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