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;-THowdy all:My nickname has been "Stick" since grade school, and so goes the handle here (and on www.Ducati.ms). Real name is Michael. Live in Greater Worcester, MA.
hello all. intro/short bio. long time lurker just purchased a 1976 convert. life time rider of american and Japanese bikes. this is my first foray into guzzis.
Hi all,I'm Phil from quake city (Christchurch) New Zealand.60 summers have passed and I'm a life time motorcyclist (who said these things are dangerous ;D)Gainfully employed for many of those summers as a bike mechanic on all the usual suspects but now into engineering and currently a production manager for an electronics company.I have never owned a Guzzi but spent 3 years at a Harley shop that sold them as well, so I am familiar with them warts and all. I do love their simplicity and I am considering getting either a Breva 1100, Bellagio 940c or a V7 variant, all will suit me I'm sure.Looking forward to joining in the discussions. :)
Dave from Huntington Beach, CA. Own a kite business on the pier. Just had my first Guzzi delivered from Kansas, a 2000 Jackal. Had it a day, love it. Has no luggage of any kind, would love a good tail bag recommendation or affordable saddlebag suggestion, not a throwover though. Thanks.Dave
Havent decided about new cylinders yet. There is no flaking, so it's a tough choice.
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