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Thank you for your review, my next motorcycle is down to 3 picks, a BMW GS1250, this Moto Guzzi, and a Honda AT 1100ES. Just one question for you. How tall are you? I am 6’4” tall and I am very concerned about Helmet turbulence. I have read reviews from taller riders that have tried the Guzzi higher windshields that did not work out for them. This Guzzi is my first choice from my list, but I am patiently waiting on the first year of production for any reliability “glitches” that might arise. Thank you for your time.
I've come to realize that several thousand miles are needed for me to really make a decision.My initial on the V85 I got (2022) was geez, what did I do? 4K in I love it.Just the opposite with a 204 Norge I bought and sold. After 4K I couldn't wait to get rid of it-which took another 10K miles to finally happen.
That's about right- I rode a V85 for maybe 10K, but never bonded with it. Nice bike, but just not 'me'. I bought a G5 back in 1982 and bonded with that one instantly- rode it over 100K. But- to stay on point here- I appreciate the candid reviews of the Mandello. Sounds like a bike that I would really enjoy. I love the feel of the old V1000 motors, the ergonomics of the cruisers/sport touring bikes and I am not interested in a Stelvio version of the new donk.
If I keep hearing all these good things about this bike, I might have to....
Noticeable knock when shifting into first gear.
Are there Moto Guzzis that don't give a good clunk in the gearbox when shifting? I thought that was a defining characteristic like it is on Harleys.
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