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...64 years and counting (backwards)...
Jeff Shultz60Faux Finisher / ArtistWillow Street, PA (5 mi S of Lancaster)Been riding since 1971... Suzuki's (380 & 550), BMW R90S, BMW K75C, BMW K75S ... Wanted to get back to the feel that I had with the 900cc R90S and determined the 1200 Sport was the best choice after riding a V7 special, Griso, and a Norge. Found a 2008 1200 Sport in Oklahoma, took bus out and rode it 1,400 miles back to PA from Nov. 7-9 in temps 34-61 degrees. FUN
So I bought a fleece blanket & duct tape at Walmart and for under $10, elevating my seating position by 4", gave my legs a much easier position for riding. And that ugly duct taped gray blanket was sooooo comfortable to sit on for 10 hour days!
Tom ShortPhoenix born and raised.Just turned 50, waaah! Arizona MGNOC Rep.Bought my first Guzzi from the Arizona Hiway Patrol in 1980, a 1974 Eldorado. Been on Guzzi ever sinceHobbies are much like everyone else's, guns, booze, bikes, broads. Never married, no kids.I've been to Mandello and loved it! Been to a Guzzi rally in Germany, too!Grazie, Carlo! Multi Grazie!! Mille Grazie!!!!!!
Hi Guzzi FansRob, 54 live to ride a Guzzi.Long legged and easy to live with.Don't own a car, ride all year around.Bike since 1993 is a 1974 750S. ;-T
Neat bike, and good on yer for choosing a lifestyle that allows you to just ride a bike and not own a car. Wish I could have the best of both worlds, but I've made other choices .... !Lannis
Welcome Rob! let's see some pics of you and you're 750 back in jolly old England! Always nice to see a old Guzzi doing it's job! :bow
Hi LannisLife is all about choices.Mind you November in the UK there aren't many bikes on the road.Had to fit my electrically heated inner gloves last week end.One thing I cannot stand is cold fingers. :bikeRob
Cool Rob, it took me a a while to figure it out too. PM me if you have a question, I may be able to help
The human frame can stand almost anything when your hands and feet are warm and dry ... !!
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