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Wow! Talk about butt-burn ... I can only do about 3 hours at a time. :D
I missed this thread when I joined.I'm Beena.From the UK.40yrs old in three day's time.Relatively new to bikes having passed my test in 2008.Started off on a Kawasaki 550 Zephyr, moved on to a Triumph Bonneville Scrambler, then on to a Triumph Street Triple and now have a V7 Classic, which is much more my style than the Street Triple. Picked her up just over a week ago and loving every minute of it.Here's the new love of my life:thats a beauty beena - i was contemplating to get this too but i just love that green color on the v7 cafe....
I"m 35, I am in the USAF, I live in Fairborn, OH...I ride a 1970 Ambassador that my grandfather restored...I'm the third generation to ride her, she is my beautiful 42 year old Italian lady...
Greetings Guzzi Gearheads! My Name is John Schurke, I'm from Springfield Mo. and I'm 50 yrs. old.I have a '80 cx 100 I have been riding since 1989 (I think) also a V11 Scura (#599) and a Triumph Tiger, two Bultaco Sherpas and a Gas Gas TX280. Reciently rode to Guzzi National in Va, (loved the Blueridge Pkw.) and The Tail of the Dragon. Since I'm in SW Mo. I do alot of Arkansas riding. Give me a halla if ur in the area!Keep your knees in the breeze and between the trees!JS
I just found this thread, so here i am. Steve Swan, Fort Collins, Colorado, now 60, riding continuously since 14, owned/ridden/restored/rebuilt over 70 motorcyles in my time, a newcomer to Moto Guzzi as of 2009, but wasted no time, now have 4, '00 Greenie, '06 B11, '09 CalVin and a '11 V7R. I don't see another brand in my future. Picture taken 2010, on the Port Townsend ferry, Laura and i.
Hi,I'm Allister from New Zealand. I have a '97 sport 1100i and its a ground up restoration. I bought her in 2009 and it's been a labor of love ever since. I had one ride on her before the tear down began. The gearbox sounded like it was trying to eat itself and the fuel cap was rusted to the tank (it hadn't been looked after for a few years). Lots of rust and corrosion but the motor ran well. Have made some progress but seem to end up doing things twice.Here's a picture of the bike when I bought it.
I always wonted a yellow sporti and always intended to keep it yellow. But I spotted a V7 at the 2011 Phillip Island MotoGP, in the classic race that left me inspired.
Hello,I live in the north of France. I ride guzzi since 1993. My first one was a 1000CaliforniaIII carbs, after a V65 with agostini fairing, a V75 Targa, A cafe racer V75 4V, parts to rebuild a v65gt but i will make a scrambler with them, and finaly last month a V7 classic.I am a member of the french motoclub "la scuderia guzzi". Finally i am the owner of http://smalltwins.pagesperso-orange.fr/regards
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