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Thanks for the info, guys. Copied and pasted to my Guzzi folder.Bob
How is the suspension, compliance-wise, on our less than stellar roads here in the NE USA? Winter puts a bunch of frost heave in them. It's almost like a few hundred feet of road gets pushed to a point where it rises up and creates a hump. It's Ohio, not all the roads but more than a few.Seriously, I recall early reports on the initial V7 small blocks saying the suspension was extremely stiff. Is that still so, or is the suspension more compliant on, say, the V7 III?BobEDIT (for a 165 pound rider?)
My issue is ,,,,, what to do with the too-heavy-for-me Guzzi 1200 Sport?
I'm a Heron owner, and I love it that the Guzzi Heron was the last on the planet. A real throw-back. For a while Heron heads were the thing. Used in expensive cars (Jaguar, etc) and military aircraft. But combustion theory decided that there were better options.Honestly, I'm not sure they were right. Heron heads produce good real-world torque at low to moderate speeds. Where people really ride.I will admit that the later versions of the V7 have upgrades to the transmission, oxy sensors, etc, so that is an attraction.But I say embrace the difference and go Heron!Joe
I bought a v9 Roamer for $5500! It is an amazingly satisfying ride.
Iím with you on this. The Heron is just quirky, odd and cool. Go heron.
My Man, you live in Ohio, home to one of the best Guzzi dealers around, who happens to have smoked good deals on small blocks. I bought a v9 Roamer for $5500! It is an amazingly satisfying ride. I really enjoy my B1100, but the v9 is much more fun, comfortable and easy to ride. Get on one, I think you would be impressed.
One of the reasons I bought my first Guzzi was because of the Heron head. Never had one and wanted the experience. It's been fine. Why not, life's short. I'll do old for old's sake-it won't kill me (will it?)
Wasn't the last of the line my 2016 V7 II?
Yours is a 15?
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