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Well yeah Kev.A lot were just saying, “I’ve got my new ***** and I’m really happy”. But our Man wanted to know what has gotten you to that state of mind.
Have you ever tried a Griso?
I’ve been buying a NEW bike pretty much every 5 years. It seems I get it where I want it, then my eyes stray to another. When it comes to my vintage bikes, I tend to hang on to them much longer, 10-15+ years. For some reason I stay much more attached to owning, riding and maintaining the “classics”.
I’ve lusted after one but never pulled the trigger on a Griso.Now I’m afraid the riding position doesn’t fit my age body, at least not without a few mods.inditx
Depend on it, and only it, someplace far away for longer than a week…
87 bikes in 85 years. I'm the last person to give the advice you're seeking.Ralph
Yes…!Was it someplace like this that you had in mind..?I remember taking that shot, it was heartlessly cold and I remember putting on my freezing Arai as the warmth of a car interior parked next to me, wafted out as they opened the doors.But I wouldn’t have traded places even if I could have.I think a bike is like a relationship. If all you do is give to it and divert resorources with no reciprocation, pretty soon you’ll tire of the partnership and start to look elsewhere.But as Chuck says, when you only have it to depend on in a far away location and it supports you faithfully, the bond crystallises into a solid duality that you begin to lose the desire to break.Then not long after, you can scarcely conceive of why you would.Oh and BTW.Nordkapp is another 800 km North and it doesn’t get any warmer…!
I figured it out! Just add another one to park beside it!
We only have 2 ,but they will stay .The 1400 Cali, cause we 'love 'it and 'they' don"t make it anymore. The V7 Carbon Dark,.... was on the brink of letting it go, well 11 Month in the Hospital ,but at last 'Guzzi' send the 'right' motor .Been taking it to work and back ,such a fun Scoot, limited Edition ,...
No help here, hi I'm Curt and I'm bike curious
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