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Hallo from Warsaw, Poland (European Union) !I'm 40 y.o. medical doctor. I ride motobike last 28 years. I'm one of founders and members of Moto Guzzi Club Poland. Todays I spend app. 10.000 km per year on bike. At the past it was more than 30.000 per year :) I use Moto Guzzi California last 4 years. My first was 95' 1100 Cali (injection). Half year ago I've bought new Vintage 90 Anniversary (brown-white limited) from MG dealer. I have two Suzuki: 94' Hayabusa and GS500e and 2 historic 2 stroke bikes (polish WFM 125 ccm and 250 ccm hungarian Pannonia, also. Sometimes I use my girlfriend's 50 ccm Zipp - chinese scooter :) At the past I used east german MZ, 88' Honda CBR 1000 F ("red soap-box" :) and Kawasaki ZX9R Ninja.Sorry - my english is still "under construction". :)
I lived in Bethesda for about 45 years, but moved to rural NC to get away from the city. At least you're a little closer to nice riding country than Bethesda is. Plus you have Growler's brew pub.
.... I didn't want to clutter up the board....
I'm looking at central/western NC for retirement myself. Gotta get away from "the California of the East" (i.e. Maryland).
As you may have noticed, the standard for 'cluttering up the board' 'round here is pretty high (or low). Not only would 5 posts since 2009 not clutter it up, neither would 500 or 5000!!Get retired and bring it on! ;-TLannis
I picked this area because of Kerr Reservoir. I put a few photos in this recent thread: http://wildguzzi.com/forum/index.php?topic=67284.0Obviously the western part of the state is better if you like riding in the mountains more than playing in water.
Hi All - Kevin here Going on 66 proud owner of a lovely 1997 Cali 110 I for 3 months now, have always dreamed of having a Guzzi since riding my bro Kiwi Roy's V11 up in Vancouver a year or so back. One son in L.A. with a new V7 Stone - just been up there & had a short spin on that - like my Cali better though, bit of a heavy old girl but once she starts rolling down the road - ahh Bliss :)Living in Auckland, New Zealand first bike was an NSU Supermax 250, then a Matchless 500cc a Triton - wicked Norton / Triumph combo that I managed not to kill myself on luckily. Latterly a 650 Suzuki Savage for the past ten years or so- I have seen the light now, Roy did warn me not to test ride a Cali or I'd fall in love with her.Cheers,Kevin zzz
Hello Don Scipio Center,NY60marriedretired hs science teacherhobbies/activities--motorcycles, downhill skiing,golf,snowshoeing,kayaking,mowing my property(seemingly nonstop come spring/ summer)self appointed film criticcurrent bikes--2008 HD Fat Bob,2001 Triumph Bonneville, KTM250, Moto Guzzi Griso(soon to pick up once the snow melts)
Hello allMy name is Graham currently I live between UK, Singapore, Sweden and Russia.
Hi AllDavid hear from South Wales UKBeen Riding a long time , Now riding a Stelvio 2011 45,000 miles and a Norge 2007 with a few miles on it. My wife and I love touring Europe from Italy to Norway and all bits in middle, This year Croatia and Sweden on the agenda. Dave - 20 years ago, I spent 7 months traveling in Bosnia and Croatia, & I constantly was wishing I had a motorcycle rather than a truck. One question, though. In those days, border crossings between Croatia, Bosnia & Hungary were somewhat of an ordeal due to regular monumental backups (several hours). Since the political situation in Bosnia hasn't really changed a lot since those days, do you know if the border-crossing situation has improved much?
Hi AllDavid hear from South Wales UKBeen Riding a long time , Now riding a Stelvio 2011 45,000 miles and a Norge 2007 with a few miles on it. My wife and I love touring Europe from Italy to Norway and all bits in middle, Ride Safe David
Hi AllRalf her from the Middle of Germany.I´m 53 years old and buy my first Guzzi in 1980. It was a LeMans 3. Now and many Guzzi later I drive a T3. At the moment I'm trying to restore a 750 S.I have a couple of questions, because the S is quite a wreck.Ralf
Greetings All,I have been riding for a number of years and after drooling over the Norge for the past few, I have decided to explore making one my own.Currently ride a Kawasaki Versys, have previously owned a Tiger 955i, V-Strom, R6 and GS500. As my riding tends to be about 80% touring now, thought it was the time to get a bike to reflect that.At present I live in Southwestern Ontario, but am in the process of moving to the U.S. once my Spousal Green Card is approved (married a yank in December).Oh yeah, I am also an ordained minister - know of any churches in the warm states that need a progressive, open-minded, slightly irreverent, beer drinking minister? :D
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