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Howdy, I'm TJ, from southeastern Illinois. I'm a State Farm agent. I'm into about anything outdoors. I love Jeeps and decided to follow my father in law into the Guzzi world. My first motorcycle is a V7iii Anniversario. #809of1000 which is weird since all the literature said they were making 750. I love it!Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Hi. I just joined this discussion group, hoping to learn about my 1976 LeMans Mark 1. And to share anything useful I might discover along the way. I live in Victoria, BC, Canada. The Moto Guzzi is a departure for me, as up to now I have been into British bikes in a big way, primarily Norton Commandos, but also a Triumph Bonneville, Daytona, and Trident as well. I bought the LeMans from the original owner, who was a motorcycle mechanic. It's pretty original, and I plan on keeping it that way. I will probably be posting a question about frame and engine numbers, because while the bike is registered as a 1977, I am pretty sure it is a 1976. I also curious about LaFranconi vs stock M1 mufflers, as the originals are done. I do pretty much all my own work, using a small lathe, mill, TIG, etc.I look forward to chatting with other early LeMans owners.Stephen HillVictoria, BC
Nice bike, lots of interest in those these days!As a State Farm guy, don't be bothered too much by all the moaning we do about insurance companies on here. If you don't want to ignore them (which is always the low-stress option), we'd LOVE to hear explanations by someone with boots on the ground in the insurance business about why so many apparently inexplicable things happen to us customers ....!Enjoy!Lannis
My first motorcycle is a V7iii Anniversario. #809of1000 which is weird since all the literature said they were making 750.
Blakbird.Fell head over heels for my Lemans (Mk1 Series II) in January 1980. Went to Hyde M/C of Horsham to trade in my POC 78 Triumph Bonneville 750 for something more suited to 2-up touring. The bike my wife venomously refers to as "your baby" is in my garage today. Next to a '96 Sport 1100 (card) and only 2 slots away from my newest love a tuned and synched '14 California 1400.Hobbies, Short, 150 - 200 mile loops through the N. GA USA mountains, Coffee with friends - just far enough from home to warm the engine oil. Tinkering with computers. Occasional wrenching.Born: Aug-1954Married: Jun-1980Occupation: Software Quality Assurance Lead.
Shawn Hoagland30 yrs oldActive duty US Coast Guard. 1996 Sport2014 Cali custon
'Ang on a mo' ... so you went to get a two up touring bike in 1980 but ended up with a LeMans. Ok, fair enough, that happens, you still owe her one ... then the next bike is a Carb Sport from 16 YEARS later, which is by no one's definition a two up bike .... ... and then finally, 34 years after you promised your wife a nice two-up ride, you finally get a California? I was born in 1954 too, but I wouldn't have lived until 2017 if I'D tried that .... !!
Welcome, friend of mine runs Rusty's bike shop in that town.For maint just the usual , oils & filter, set valves, air filter, sync throttle bodies(if only 1TB disregard), reset TPS, fork oil.
Hello group!I'm John, retired and live in the SF Bay Area, California... I grew up on British twins and have been riding BMWs for years (currently own a GS-A Waterboxer and a F650GS Twin, as well as a 1959 Enfield Constellation).I've been considering the purchase of a Guzzi for some time, and I've started to focus on a Stelvio. Cheers,John
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