But seriously, unless you're one of those cash-rich collector types that buy up bikes as investments or furniture, would you spend 10,000 euros plus to buy a bike via a website, and also accept that the manufacturer 'reserves the right to make modifications to technical characteristics, equipment and outfits withput prior notice'? Just reading the small print in the general terms of sale makes my eye hurt, much less my brain.
Or maybe buying motorcycles is going the way of buying CDs, books and much else. Click and buy.
We're all for Morini, which is a historic marque, and respect the people that have paid for the name, and put their cash into the business, which despite producing some excellent machines, didn't work the first time a few years ago. But is it a business model that will work long-term?
Anyone out there bought a 'new' Morini? We'd be fascinated to hear from you...