Author Topic: "Why this is the GREATEST cafe bike I have ever riden ever."  (Read 279 times)

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From the Deep Deep South out in left field.  There are no stupid questions.  There are however stupid people asking questions.  🤣, this includes me.  😉

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Re: "Why this is the GREATEST cafe bike I have ever riden ever."
« Reply #1 on: April 25, 2021, 03:40:41 PM »
I like this guy, because he talks more about how you “feel” about a bike and less about how it compares competitively.
He has some nice touches to his riding..
Pulling in the clutch and waiting a second or two before popping the gear in..
Selecting neutral before he comes to a stop, so he’s not holding the lever in..
Of course he’s waxing effusively over it which helps, but I would be swayed a bit by his comments if I were looking that way.
I liked his take on it when he said..
“It’s not the best at anything but I don’t care, I just love the whole quirkiness..”
Good review... :thumb:

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Re: "Why this is the GREATEST cafe bike I have ever riden ever."
« Reply #2 on: April 25, 2021, 04:14:09 PM »
He did say that it particularly good at anything but........  (emotional response).  :grin:  I think that's why most people own and retain Moto Guzzi.
From the Deep Deep South out in left field.  There are no stupid questions.  There are however stupid people asking questions.  🤣, this includes me.  😉

 

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