New 20 ounce tumblers available now! Forum donation credit with purchase. https://www.wildguzzi.com/Products/products.htm#Tumbler
Had a great time down there with all of you. I told Luap that it really reminded me of the vibe that the rallies we went to when I was growing up had. Good people, fun, laughter, and shared passion for these two wheeled machines. Here are some pictures I took. Nothing special, but I'll get better ones, next year. Plan on being there for the whole thing. As an aside, seeing my photos from the rally seems to have given my dad the itch, again. He's already talking about finding something small to mid sized to run around town on, and occasionally take down the highway. I'll be posting a general idea of what he's looking for in the swap meet section within the next week, so keep on eye out, there, in case any of you come across something that would fit him!
Finally posted some pics if anyone cares.Good people all around. Swalker, Guzzistijohn, Kirby1923, Stormtruck2, Fubarguzzi, Calvin2007, Tim, Oldbike54 (Dusty), Doug.Knowledge being passed or bullshit??Yes, the spirits were consulted. A cafe done by Bullet Bob. For those that wonder about the future of Guzzi riders and the youth of today, here is your answer. A 1400 made its appearance courtesy of SwalkerIt wasn't all new ironWe even had some pets, a Tiger!!New and a classic.Is that a Falcon(e)? Yes, an exceptional 1960 courtesy of CalVin2007Yes, Kirby1923 did ride that CX100 1400 miles in two days to make the rally. And contestations about the long distance award??Guzzistijohns Le Mans III 850 being modeled by CalVin2007Let's ride gentleman!Rollin outThe future of Guzzi and motorcycle men!Horsed overs prior to dinnerCustom made by Fresh Candy (Stormtruck2's better half) in the Tent MajhalCan you stand the heat? Warmest, Warm, MildHappy birthday ya old farts, courtesy of Rocker59 and Miss RedPre-dinner fat chewing sessionThe power of knowledge being passedDusty and LowRyder entertaining Miss RedMiss Red, Chet Rugg, and Rocker59 enjoying the horsed overs. A little local historyYes of course we had a wonderful campfire, and Scotch
Cool dat! Thanks for the post and complement! I really enjoyed hanging out, chowing down, and visiting the brief time I was there...fun times indeed..:).Thought I would post a pic of my bike when it was clean...lol..cheers!
Random CV pix:Thanks, Dusty, for inviting me along! I enjoyed it thoroughly...what a mellow and hilarious group of characters! Just my kind of people...hope everyone makes it home safe and trouble-free...
When Dusty says they have a really large pavillion, he's not kidding. I've yet to see another like it.
Some picture from this weekend. Dusty finishing up the raffle bike with supervision from Luap.Chuck from Indiana and FUBAR in deep conversation.Ken Hand (Texas Turnip) in his big hat, no bikes mode. Prescott and Mike interacting. The raffle bike ready for the drawing.Chuck's "Aero Lario".Two Eldos.An Indian.Luap's ride.Prescott's (Smith-Swede) new to him ride.Kevin from MO ride.Very cool Honda!An SPIII.Prescott was the auctioneer for the donated items and Mike was the beautiful model/assistant. Inside of the pavilion facing north.Chris and Marley. Marley is my dog and I think the he has become the official dog of the CV NARMarley and Rod.Since Dusty is a carpenter thought we should make an offer on this little fixer upper on main street to become the CV club house. forum image hostGliderJohn.
Page created in 0.022 seconds with 24 queries.