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I can name about 12 Moto Guzzis within 50 miles of me...
Lots of young folks buying V7's in Portland. Norge, Stelvio and California buyers tend to be older. Hipsters are the future. Not sure why that term is used ( is it the hats?) since most seem pretty regular. Frank Sinatra wore funny hats, was he a hipster?
Excerpt:We just recently had a discussion about "How many Guzzis are in your area/On your street?" but I'll be darned if I can find it.Lannis
I know the Houston area has a lot of Guzzis. Rarely see them on the road. Saw a 750 Breva, just once, at a local Shell station.It would be interesting to organize a Houston area Guzzi rendezvous at Brazos Bend Park early summer. See how many V-twins could be drawn in?Good idea there. Maybe offer prizes for oldest bike, farthest ride, bike with most miles, bike with least miles and dirtiest bike? Maybe Italian ribboned home made medals with some sort of Latin phrase? Guzzi banner and Italian flag waving in the breeze and the alligators wondering if we were good to eat? Reserve some camping?
Be careful... You'll be hosting a rally, if you don't watch it!
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