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HELLO! Thought it would be proper to chime in and introduce myself :) I'm a new owner of a 2013 V7 Stone in pure white. My first Guzzi and I absolutely love this bike <3. Im enamored by the beauty of this moto and how easy it is to ride. I can't wait to do some mods to make it my Guzzi.I'm a rider of 12 years now and currently owning an '05 Ducati S2R 800 as well.I've done some track days but most of my riding these days is out in my local twisties with awesome riding buddies ;D
Welcome Luka! What do you trade?? Stocks, Bonds, Futures, Commodities? Lots of things to trade in this world. Some on here have a bit of interest in investing and trading. You are amongst friends here, Guzzi lovers and investors. ;-T :bike
Just joined the forum! I'm another John and I just bought a new California 1400. Great bike and excited to have it so early in the season. My son got me into the hobby last year and I've been bitten pretty bad. I'm an attorney here in NYC . I like to ride MCs , horses, hunt , shoot and get into the outdoors ( is that a contradiction!?!?) whenever I can. My mom's not too happy I took up riding so late in life, or at all for that matter ! My wife of 33 yrs is tolerant if not intrigued/ amused . Met up with a long time buddy last Sept down around Atlanta and rode " Blood Mountain" and that was when I got bitten by the Guzzi bug. In fact it 's his bike that I have now. Looking forward to putting some miles on and getting out to some tree lined roadways. JohnnyF
Hello All. I'm Stephen, in Nova Scotia, Canada. I'll be picking up my 2013 V7 Stone from the nearest dealer, who is over three hours' drive away, in a week or so.I'll be ordering H&B 30 litre Junior panniers, with black racks, and the H&B black top rack. I'll install heated grips and maybe a small screen, but I'll wait on the screen to get a bit more familiarity with the bike. My wife and I typically take one day rides and long-weekend camping trips around Nova Scotia, with the occasional longer tour of a week or more. Our previous tourer is a 1975 BMW R90/6 with a Hannigan fairing that will go on sale shortly and is being replaced by the V7. The bike will be my first choice commuter and errand running transportation when I don't need the capacity of a car or truck for all the months that it is practical to do so, roughly late April to some time in November. The Guzzi will be my only bike - can't afford more!!In the past I've owned and rebuilt BSAs and BMWs, and one Ducati. This will be the first brand new bike (and likely the last) for me. I have always liked smaller, lighter bikes; an '85 BMW K100RT and an '06 BMW Ducati Multistrada were nice machines, which I did appreciate, but they were just too much for me, and I only owned each for short times. Thanks to all who make this site so valuable, entertaining, and welcoming. ------Anyone planning to ride to Nova Scotia?Best regards,Stephen
Hello, today I was approached by Josh (BlueBoarHound) in regard to my 1975 Moto Guzzi 850-T. We had a long conversation about the bike and he suggested that I create an account on WildGuzzi and get to know some of the local Guzzi owners. My name is Scott Williams, 21, machinist for Mack Trucks and I live in Central PA. I look forward to hearing from you all!
Hi there!My name is Assen, 40 y.o., surgeon (strange, isn't it ;) ), live in Bulgaria, that's in Europe, proud new owner of a 03 Breva 750. Apart from that sailing, red wine, books, whenever I have the time....
Good call on specifying that Bulgaria is in Europe. Last time we had someone join from the country of Austria, the list asked whether kangaroos were a problem on the roads. We don't get many ride reports from Bulgaria. Send pictures from a ride when you get a chance!Lannis
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