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Hi There,This is ARNULD from Hyderabad (India). Software Engineer. 37 years old. Hobbies:. Motorcycling, Reading History, Linux, Health and Fitness and reading as much as I can about Moto Guzzi [emoji4] . No, I don't own a Guzzi yet. There is 110% import tax and that make it out of my budget as of now. I own a standard motorcycle, Bajaj CT100B, 100cc bike, 240 lbs, 160 mpg. And yes, bike registration number is 911 [emoji28] Sent from my InFocus M260 using Tapatalk
Hi, Andrew here from the Dallas area. I am thinking about buying my brother's 74 eldorado and I am reading up on what things to look out for. I am still not 100% convinced that the vintage bike is right for me, but I have always eyed the Guuzis at the local Triumph dealer.
Well hello Arnuld , nothing wrong with that Bajaj . You might be our first member from India , give us some pictures please . Dusty
Our second member from India - Joji Kurian ("britishbangers") is from Pune and has an "esoteric" collection of bikes ... !Welcome - we'd love to hear about daily riding in Hyderabad ....Lannis
with heavy pollution and vehicle coming from any direction, right, wrong, left, diagonal etc. So, no fun at all. Sent from my InFocus M260 using Tapatalk
We were in India some years ago Arnuld and for the life of me I could not work out your road rules, , your description is very accurate.
Like the Thunderdome MC said, ".... I know you won't break the rules. There aren't any." That's what I'd assume.Lannis
Hello Everyone. I am a new owner of a 1974 Moto Guzzi Eldorado 850. I just inherited the bike from myGrandfather who bought it brand new. It has only 25K original miles.It's been sitting in his barn in Ohio mostly not ridden for the last 17 years. It was started about two years ago. My dad tried to fire it up but there is no spark coming from the coil.I don't have the bike yet, it's still in Ohio and I'm out in California. It will be shipped in the next couple weeks.Here is a picture.
Hello everyone:Norm BladesAircraft Structures Engineer (mechanic), and Pilot. I live in Alberta, Canada.Just bought a used 2012 Griso, Tenni Green. So far I love it, and I've put on 2000km this summer. I'm getting ready to rollerise it, and I have the Kit "A" at home on the workbench. As soon as winter is here to stay I'll get started. I'll probably grease the swingarm this winter too.Thanks for all the contributions I've read so far. There's lots of good advice here.Regards, Norm
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