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1200 sport would seem the obvious answer, not sure if available in the US though.
Have you ever actually owned or ridden a flat twin beemer ? Pretty amazing engines . As for the low cylinders , well , the rest of the engine is that low , and they do provide a certain protection in a crash . Dusty
Ouch, you just slammed my maintenance free go fast bike!
Title says it all. I am looking to get rid of both my R1100S and my RNineT and get a single sport touring bike. The new BMW ticks all of my boxes, but I would prefer the Guzzi big block for an engine. What do I want?Sport Touring ergonomics. Forward cant bars, slight rearset pegs.Top line suspension. I'll pay more, lots more. Don't make me go after market.Lots of torque from 4k-7k where I spend most of my time.Shaft drive.Simple bags that come off and on easily. Black please.1/2 fairing to smooth the wind at high speed. I want to see the engine. If it rains, I'll get a little wet. That's OKI don't need a bunch of fancy ride modes and doo dads, but I would like cruise control.Analog Tach. Digital speedo. Big enough letters to read at a glance.6 gallon gas tank. Or 5.8, or 6.2. Just give me some range.Weight between 525 - 550lbs.I gotta believe I'm not the only one who wants an alternative to the BMW, but at this point I see it as the only player in the game.Please Moto Guzzi. Take the Griso platform and go to work.
Sounds like the OP wants the new Yamaha FJ-09 with the bags. Or a Ninja 1000 with the bags.
The performance level of a 10-15 year-old Guzzi is far below that of the latest BMW series. It was far below that of the '07 R1200S that I had.
the bike you are looking for ( and not you only lol ) It does exists , but they will not sell it ! :Beating_A_Dead_Hors e_by_liviuhttp://www.webbikeworld.com/Moto-Guzzi-motorcycles/moto-guzzi-v11gt.htm
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