Rode my Ducati 848 EVO Corse & Busa back to back: Quick comparo points
I normally ride only 1 bike in a day with the exception of the two strokes for a short under 10 km spin.
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Took Bianca for a short spin to Bandra and back and it was the first time I could make an immediate comparison between Bluebird (Busa) and Bianca as earlier I rode the Busa within the city for a round trip of 80+ kms. As it was it’s first outing post monsoon took it gentle for a few kms to confirm the bike was functioning as desired. Post jumping on to Bianca the first thing you notice is the seat is really firm which eventually settles down and doesn’t bother you much after a few minutes of riding. Second thing I noticed is that my speeds are much higher on Bianca as even in running period it can’t be ridden gently as the L twin motor hates being ridden slow and starts acting up. Also since I took out the bike post 9:30 am the engine temperature was always in the high 80’s/90’s depending on the speeds I could maintain with traffic around.
I normally ride only 1 bike in a day with the exception of the two strokes for a short under 10 km spin. But since it has been two weeks since I last rode started up Bianca and wanted to ride the Busa too so it just happened to be so.
Just one day of riding in the week is why I keep telling myself no more bikes to be added in the collection but still ended up going to Kawasaki showroom to checkout the ZX 4R. It’s good they told me the next lot will be available for delivery in March/April or might have ended putting down a deposit to book the bike
While I was in Bandra I picked up another scale model:
25% of the running in is done:
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