I got a sweater from Ducati. It's dumb and comfortable and I got 40% off as it's been a show. He's also the start of the talk, so I'm glad about it.Merchandising is a good for the core business and I've even got a Ducati t-shirt somewhere for which I paid a good penny. I get that.
The problem I see is their putting their name and reputation on a Chinese scooter, which may reflect poorly on them in the end.
I got a sweater from Ducati. It's dumb and comfortable and I got 40% off as it's been a show. He's also the start of the talk, so I'm glad about it.
Ducati already have collaboration with Puma in making shoes, and they are also very decent. I have some Ducati branded garments, absolutely nothing wrong, if the quality is up to snuff and functions as clothes, then it doesn't have to be worn with problems.
actually i appreciate the return of an old post.. I just got into E-Mountain Bikes!
fast forward a year or so.. guess most missed this one, as it is a 2019 model..
I would say the Australian version of some shitty e-scooter is small pickings.. lol
no, its not a Ducati (only the decals are), its actually a THOK - MIG-RR