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Hello fellow forum members!

Been lurking around for a while now and finally made the decision to join this forum. I currently ride an Aprilia RSV4 Factory and hope to add a Ducati in the near future. I live in southwest MO, hit me up if you guys live around here or plan to ride through this area. Cheers!
 

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Welcome aboard. Some of us are bi-talion as well. I have an older Tuono and had a 996. I love both my mistresses.
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I'm in NW Arkansas. I have an Aprilia Falco and Ducati 996. I haven't been able to ride as much as I would like this year... Ah well...
 

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Welcome aboard. Some of us are bi-talion as well. I have an older Tuono and had a 996. I love both my mistresses.
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Thank you! V-Twin is fun to ride. I owned a RSVR before getting the RSV4.

I'm in NW Arkansas. I have an Aprilia Falco and Ducati 996. I haven't been able to ride as much as I would like this year... Ah well...
Same here. I've been traveling quite a bit on work and when I'm home it's raining everyday.
A friend of mine moved from Joplin to Springdale few months back. He rides an RSVR.
 

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Cool! I'll keep my eye open for an RSVR, as it will probably be your friend. There are a few Ducatis here, but I don't see any Aprilias. My neighbor recently got a Panigale 1199S, which is very cool. My first sporting V twin ride was on a Mille. It really made me appreciate the Rotax V60.
 

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Yeah the 60 degree V-twin is a fun to ride and a reliable motor.
 
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