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And that's the way it should be. But don't forget the awesome and critical responsibility that puts on YOU ..... :o :o :DLannis
New member here from eastern Oregon. Bought a used Quota a few weeks ago and trying to educate myself on Guzzi's. Have had Ducati's the last 10 years. Ride safe, Scott.
We'd be interested in hearing a comparison between the Multistrada and the Quota once you've got a little seat time in .....
Hello!I am buying my first Guzzi this week, so I wanted to find a place I could bounce questions around and look for things to buy. This looks like the right place! I am buying a 2000 California Jackal with a sidecar from my cousin. I love the bike and cant wait to take some decent road trips this summer. My wife and I are co-owners of a small web and design firm based in Tampa, FL, but we live in Roanoke, VA.
Ok, here goes. First of all I am 6'1 with a 36 inseam, neither bike is an issue to flat foot with knees bent. Have had both a knee & hip replacement so comfort matters. Quota offers more leg room. I bought the Q as my 2nd bike and it compliments the Multi well. The Q is really laid back and comfortable and really doesn't like to run over 85. The MTS just begs for stupidity, wheelie across parking lot, front wheel 2 feet in the air halfway across the intersection, etc, you get the drift. Much lighter, in fact it feels much lighter than it actually is, though it steers much heavier than the Q with its narrower tires.The Quota has blown away any expectations I DID not have for off pavement travel. I had considered it a pavement ride only. After riding it on good gravel roads, I am now starting to seek them out, 55 mph standing up is a cakewalk, add a few rpms to get in the power and spin it up!!! Fun!! In my more exuberant years I could see myself foot out and powersliding 600 lbs and probably paying the price! :DI could probably ramble on more, but you get the idea. Love both bikes, different tools for the same job, except off pavement. The multi is a corner carver of the old man type.Thanks, Scott.
:popHi to all.I am from Norway,living in a town named Kristiansand .Work as an NDT InspectorLast week I bought an California EV 1999 mod.It need to be worked with (TPS,valves,etc.) It runs,but very unstable at 3500- 4500 rpm.(I suspect the TPS)time will tell.Questions is coming in the future ;DEinar
Hi All,Bought a V7R last weekend and I'm absolutely in love with this machine.
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