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Don Littlefield, DeLand FL - well and truly retired, 83 last weekWas here 1999 -2011 riding a V11EV and a V10 Centauro that I sold in 2011 due to health issues. Things are better now, so I thought I'd try learning the joy of loop frame ownership with two just acquired Ambassador 750s ('71 & '72). An 83 year old on nearly 50 year old Guzzis. . . Run for cover!
Lee Garvey, 66Small business owner @ www.click2mail.comArlington, VAI've owned a 2001 V11 Sport since 2009, my wife rides a 2004 Breva. I joined up here in 2009 but ran out of time to ride or do anything other than run the business. I'm back and hope to ride more and be a better campfire companion here on WildGuzzi.@oilleaker - now looking forward to trying some different bikes when I'm 83!
Welcome Anthony, how about that EV or whatever the model sitting behind the new one?
Hello. I am Anthony May of Versailles Kentucky. I am 50 and currently have 2015 California Tourer, 1973 Eldorado and a 1981 Gl500iSent from my SAMSUNG-SM-J727A using Tapatalk
I don't do Facebook but would like to know more about your group. I post to Instagram as Kaliga_guzzi. When and where do meet?Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-J727A using Tapatalk
Hey fellows,I'm about to turn 44. I work for a local television station down here in Savannah, GA. And, I just purchased my first Guzzi. I sold my last motorcycle, a DRZ400S, a couple of years ago. I found myself going back and forth to work on it far more than dual sporting. Two things I knew I wanted in my next bike, more power and more street-friendly. Even though I'm a big guy, at 6'1" and ~250, I'm hoping the V7 will turn out to be the perfect little suburban commuter for me.
Join us for the 2018 Georgia Guzzi Rally Sept 28, 20, 30 There is a few Guzzi's over there.
David58Insurance industry 10 yearConstruction worker 28 yearsI ride a 1989 goldwing 1500Looking for a new adventure in the Guzzi world
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