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Hello, First post, so fitting it's an intro..Tim45IT DirectorNJJust picked up 13' V7 racer. Coming from a triumph street triple r.I am more of a lurker than a poster but will chime in if I have something relevant to say.
:+=copcar Retired LEO living in Forest Hill MD USA. Some of the best roads in my state right at the end of my driveway! New to the Guzzi scene but a long time rider nonetheless. Inactive helicopter pilot, avid kayaker, multi dog and multi bike owner. To paraphrase Mr S. McQueen "Riding is life, everything else is just waiting". Hoping someday to se another Guzzi on the road. Posted a pic of my Cali EV Touring in the gallery. Enjoy. Frank Drecchio ( yep, a true Italian) ! :+=copcar
Welcome, Frank.I tend to think that the best roads in Maryland are more west, but then recalled getting lost on my Norge in your area on my first trip north with it while taking a "long cut" around Baltimore.Had forgotten the details, so I just looked on a map to refresh my recollection. I was on Rocks Road and at Rocks State Park before I figured out exactly where I was. Have pix somewhere. Yes, yours is a nice part of the planet.BillDid you wave when you rode past my house?
Language giving you any trouble . Welcome . Dusty
Guzzi's are an incurable virus. No antidote. It seems like you already are a casualty. Have fun - Guzzi's are a lifestyle, and you will likely end up with more than one ;-TThis is one bug you cannor beat ;)Ciao
No pretentions of being someone else or BS, just a guy out enjoying his old bike. Not sure why but it was just a neat meeting. I'm hoping to try to capture that.
Don't worry about growing up, it's too much fun being a kid!
Got a '07 Breva with 86 miles on it, 2 year warrantee. Put 200 miles on her on the way home, what a rush! My FJR is twice as fast & much smoother, but doesn't have the soul of this Italian.
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