New 20 ounce tumblers available now! Forum donation credit with purchase. https://www.wildguzzi.com/Products/products.htm#Tumbler
I finally had my arm twisted enough to join. Tim PierceAge 65Living in the OzarksMy garage includes stuff I rode as a kid [Japanese], plus 3 Guzzi's.I bought my first Guzzi [V7 Special] in 1976 and continue to enjoy it.140,000 miles on the 3 Guzzi's as of May 2013.I bought this 76 LeMans wrecked in 1985 and spent 2 winters putting it together. I tend to hang on to stuff a while. Hoarding? Maybe.
Welcom poli and linzwolf. ;-T Linz, could ya maybe flesh out your post a little more? What ya riding, etc etc? Welcome ya'll to the best forum in the interworld. ;-T
Sure :) I'm Unkept's wife.
Sure :) I'm Unkept's wife. I just passed the Basic Rider's Course this week, and will have my endorsement officially on Tuesday, so I'm a total newbie when it comes to riding bikes (not as a passenger). Unkept and I are trying to get a Breva 750 for me to ride at the moment. ;D I met a few members at the Illinois Rally last weekend, which was fun. :) I definitely have the riding bug, and can't wait to hop on a bike again!
Sorry Lannis, he is definitely "kept" on a short leash now, even if he won't change his name. ;)
A Breva 750 is a great bike. Or a newer V7 - I followed one up hill and down dale for hours yesterday and it's perfectly at home on any road ...One good thing about not being a 250 pound plus guy (and I know I'm stepping into a potential minefield with that statement but I'm an eternal optimist) is that the range of bikes that you can buy and get a LOT of performance out of is much larger that what us "big active guys" have access to .... Lannis
LOL Stormtruck, he's not on any leash. He's just not available for anyone else to keep ;-T
Page created in 0.017 seconds with 20 queries.