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Franc, 46 year, marine engineer, chateauneuf de Grasse, France Currently driving a victory hammer, Kawasaki kz750 (1981) cafe racer and the reason for joining is that I recently acquired a Guzzi NTX 650 clicker which needs a lot of love and attention.
Hi Scott,Classic bikes at 20. :bowRob
I also have a line on a 60s or 70s 650 BSA that I will own someday.... Its owned buy a guy that lives down the street that hoards motorcycles. I'm thinking about talking him into trade some work for it. He got 5-6 bikes that's need work.... If only. :P
Hi, I'm Kai from Detmold, Germany, 52 years old. Coming from 2- stroke Suzukis in the 80's, a XS 650 in the 90's, finally lost my hart 14 years ago to a 1000 S . It has meanwhile 130.000 km on the clock. This winter engine, gear box and rear drive got an overhaul. The second Guzzi in the garage is a 87' Le Mans 1000 which serves as track bike – and keeps me busy since 3 years :-) The 1000 S:http://www.shapeloft.com/imageupload/2014/03/02/0/image-214703-8eced036.jpg The LM 1000: http://www.shapeloft.com/imageupload/2013/05/21/0/image-157366-f9bd9ebc.jpgCheers,Kai
Plan to buy a 2013 or 2014 Griso this weekend. After this purchase I will not buy any bikes until I retire in a few years - at least that's what I told my wonderful wife.
Hi All. My name is Joe and I'm located in Northern VA. I'm 67 and still working full time as an engineer in the environmental field. I generally commute to work in DC on a motorcycle 9 months a year. Sold 3 bikes over the last 18 months - Hayabusa, M109R2, DR650SE. Currently riding a 2011 GSX1250FA and 2014 Thruxton. Plan to buy a 2013 or 2014 Griso this weekend. After this purchase I will not buy any bikes until I retire in a few years - at least that's what I told my wonderful wife.
Hi Joe - I'm just recently retired from a job in Bailey's Crossroads & live in Gaithersburg. I'm curious about where you're going to buy the new Griso? Maybe you know of a local MG dealer that I'm not familiar with...
Hi from Sunny but cold Maine.****I ride all year -even though in Maine, so the BV is what you'd call my Daily Rider.****Mike.
Hi from Sunny but cold Maine.I am currently a Piaggio BV 250 rider. It's a great machine but when me and my wife and gear for a weekend camping or outing trip takes place, the BV is really earning it's keep.I ride all year -even though in Maine, so the BV is what you'd call my Daily Rider.We both think it's time to go up one, and frankly I'm quite taken with the new V7 Stone - which we are going to look at in the next two weeks.However, many of my friends and acquaintances are warning me off the Guzzis because of breakdown on the road and no parts for a month fear, as well as lack of service-proficient-people out there.I'm old enough to have come from the hot rod era and have rebuilt and adjusted and changed enough parts and engines to feel confident in maintaining a machine, but I do want to learn about and hear people-who-are-there's opinion.I'd also like to get a feel for what to learn quickly, learn about and what to add-to-now items you'd recommend.Let's call me a blank slate.Hope this helps you and helps me.Mike.
Michael from Wisconsin says hello. 51 years old and retired January 3rd 2014. I've had a soft spot for Moto Guzzi's for many years,just never pulled the trigger on one. Been riding motorcycles since I was ten years old....once hooked always hooked. 8) My current ride is a 2010 Honda VFR 1200F DCT. I am looking at and researching Moto Guzzi's as my next ride or adding one to make a stable of two bikes. ;D Looking at the V11's, sport, Le Mans, and even the GT's. This site looks like a great place to gather information. Hope to have a Guzzi in my future. ;-T
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