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Whoops # 2: Last two events I had to take the bike and drop it off, come back and pick it up when ready. So actually 2 more round trips which would be 7 X 4 = 28 hours. Little tired after todays events and didn't proof read before posting. Sorry. But you get my point, a lot of time involved.
Other than a tiny Honda shop, everything is an hour or more away. Sloans is 3 hour round trip where I bought my Moto Guzzi. Triumph, Ducati, BMW are on the other side of major cities from me so they are out.
Not trying to beat a dead horse but I really want to throw this in. I just returned from an evening ride to the local seafood dinner and rode my little 02 Stone, what a fine motor this is. Unless our beloved company knows something we similar donít know, only a group of fools for leadership would discontinue such a wonderful line of machines. Sorry If a little blunt and no disrespect intended towards anyoneís opinion on this forum but sometimes something needs to be said and this is one of those times🤔😂😉
Donít you think maybe Ducati draws more of the younger crowd that MG does? Every time I go to the Dragons Tail I see several younger guys dressed in leathers, and I donít mean the Brando style leather, on the Ducati but Iíve never seen anyone but older guys, like me, on a Moto Guzzi. In fact Iíve never seen a young person on a Guzzi of any style. Why might that be?
I think it's part of the old win on Saturday sell on Monday philosophy; even if Ducati isn't on top of the racing game, they're in it, even if it's only pretend on the street. The local, young Ricky racer crowd (including the girls) are into Ducatis, GSXR's, Ninjas, KTMs, Aprillias, CBRRs, even BMWs that riding demographic would never consider a guzzi. The local, young retro/hipster/cafe racer riders seem to like the look, vibe and mystique about guzzis, but having one horrible dealer that hates the brand and literally no dealer support kills most of the interest. In my area, if you're not set up with a garage, tools, and a willingness to learn to do the work yourself, a guzzi is a hard sell,
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