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View Poll Results: Which model Scrambler do you like best?
Icon - yellow 12 9.76%
Icon - red 23 18.70%
Full Throttle 31 25.20%
Classic 30 24.39%
Urban Enduro 27 21.95%
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post #21 of 47 (permalink) Old Oct 20th, 2014, 10:14 am Thread Starter
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Well my personal favorite is still the Urban Enduro, but I went ahead and placed a deposit/order on a yellow Icon. The main reason is that it's the bike in the majority of the marketing photos and will be what people instantly recognize as the Scrambler, and the yellow really looks like it pops! Also my first bike was a Kawasaki KE100 in a similar yellow, so that's kind of a cool retro throwback for me.

The bike should be here around early March, so if anyone wants to come rent a Scrambler I'll be ready!
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post #22 of 47 (permalink) Old Oct 21st, 2014, 4:05 pm
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The bike should be here around early March, so if anyone wants to come rent a Scrambler I'll be ready!
Definitely interested in taking it out for a weekend and seeing what I think. Keep us posted!

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Definitely interested in taking it out for a weekend and seeing what I think. Keep us posted!
+1!! I just checked out your website--I am definitely interested in renting the scrambler in the spring!

-And I'm not surprised that this model is getting interest from us Coloradans. Regardless of the trim (my favorite is the urban enduro), it seems like a great bike for our area.

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post #24 of 47 (permalink) Old Oct 22nd, 2014, 10:55 am Thread Starter
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+1!! I just checked out your website--I am definitely interested in renting the scrambler in the spring!

-And I'm not surprised that this model is getting interest from us Coloradans. Regardless of the trim (my favorite is the urban enduro), it seems like a great bike for our area.
I agree I think this will be a great bike for Colorado! I'll update the website with info on the Scrambler soon. I am hoping my dealer can provide some sort of evidence that the bike will make it to me without any hangups or issues before I make it website-official, but I didn't get the impression there would be any problems. My deposit cleared the bank already so there's no problems there

The hard part will be waiting now! Hopefully the roads will be in decent shape when it comes in as well because I will be itching to ride for sure.
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The hard part will be waiting now! Hopefully the roads will be in decent shape when it comes in as well because I will be itching to ride for sure.
...yeah, if it comes in early March you'll probably be waiting a month or two--we don't usually get good riding weather up here in Eagle until May

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post #26 of 47 (permalink) Old Oct 22nd, 2014, 5:06 pm
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Ordered the ICON yellow yesterday.


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I'd take the Classic but with the Full Throttle's muffler on it.

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Liking the Classic model best, today......switching my deposit over to one.

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Ive said it before.
An Urban front with a classic rear.

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Urban Enduro.
And with a high pipe it looks so much like those from the Swiss Army back in the 60-70's.
Killer.
Tomorrow I'm going to my dealer to try and get hold of one.

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