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Rieju RS50LC Sport Is the Official MotoGP Ducati Scooter

The title sounds a bit wacky, doesn't it? Well, it may be so, but there is nothing closer to the truth: Ducati chose the Rieju RS50 LC as their official scooters for the MotoGP team, and here are some fresh pictures taken last weekend at the Jerez circuit in Spain.
Ducati-themed Rieju RS50LC Sport 5 photos
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How come, some might ask. Well, the story is quite simple: moving around the paddocks has to be fast, reliable and if possible, fun, too. The Ducati pilots wanted a swift 50cc scooter to help them around the racing area and Rieju was there to offer the Rieju RS50LC Sport.

A new-generation liquid-cooled Minarelli engine powers the Rieju RS50LC Sport machines, and they roll on 13"low-profile tubeless tires with alloy rims and wave rotors. Add in the on-board USB phone charger, front luggage hook (even though there is rather little shopping in the MotoGP paddocks), generous underseat storage, steering lock as standard and there you go, a nifty transportation solution in busy traffic.

You won't be able to get the Ducati Corse red versions unless you become a MotoGP rider, so you'll have to settle for the black, white or blue/white models. The non-MotoGP Rieju RS50LC Sport retails for €2,370 ($3,11o.)


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