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Ducati Offers Motorcycle Enthusiasts the Rainbow

work-on-bike.jpgDucati, the Italian motorcycle manufacturer, is offering customers thirteen colors to choose from in its Monster models. This is a clear move by Ducati to give customers the ability to customize a bike with some serious charisma and visceral motorcycle charm.

The new rainbow colors include:

“Lilla Glamour” Lilac
“Rosso GP” Red
“Verde Tricolore” Green
“Giallo Ducati” Yellow
“Blu Italia” Blue
“Azzurro Mediterranei” Azure-Blue
“Arancione Scrambler” Orange
“Amaranto Glossy” Rich Purple
“Argento Vivo” Silver
“Oro Puro” Gold

Ducati offers a range of, off the shelf, custom parts that are attachable to the motorcycle’s tank, fairings and other areas. So far, this is making a lot of Ducati fans (Ducatistas) mighty happy.

If you like the feel of skinned knuckles, and working on motorcycles is your thing, why not check out WyoTech’s Motorcycle Technology Program and inquire about the European Concentration!

You can get some serious hands-on tech school training working with BMW, Ducati and Triumph motorcycles.

But there’s more! Your training can qualify you to see entry-level employment positions with dealerships, specialty shops and performance-oriented businesses.

At WyoTech, we think your education should be intense and industry-focused. However, we also feel our programs are just the right length of time. And this allows you to get on with your life.

So why not Check us out!

We’re WyoTech, and we really can help you turn PRO.

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