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Hello all,I'm Rich from Kirkland WA, a suburb of Seattle. 56 years old and recently back into motorcycling. I have a Triumph Bonneville and Guzzi Stornello. Both exceptionally fun bikes. I've replaced factory lighting with LED and done a few mods to streamline and lend a certain dirt track vibe. Look forward to meeting other enthusiasts and using the forum as a modification resource !Rich
Hello everyone! My name is Max, I come from Veneto, ItalyI am happy to have found this group for Moto Guzzi. In the spring of 2021, I bought the California EV. two-tone blue from 2001, with 70,000 kilometers (43500 miles) and well maintained. It had only one owner, who used it in the summer.I worked a bit before racing, because it had been standing still for a year. Since it was leaking oil from the bevel gearbox, I opened it and found that the pinion was worn out.I spent 1000 euros, over budget Then I traveled 3000 km up and down the Dolomites.Now I am refurbishing it, because I have had problems with the 5th gear, and an oil leak behind the flywheel. I hope you like the photos I post.My English won't be perfect because I use the translator.Thank you all!
Demetrius, Portland OR, designer, photographer, craftsman. Have had a few airhead beemers, and now a 1971 Ambassador, that needs some TLC.
I don’t want to lure you away from MG but a Triumph T120 might fit the bill. I just got one for touring, but I still have my V7lll for local riding.kk
Thanks for that suggestion (a T120 Triumph).I thought I had stumbled on the perfect "last bike of my life" to ride off into the sunset on (metaphorically, at least) when I bought a 2018 T120 with no test ride of any duration. I discovered it had an incurable light-switch throttle and that its handling was slower and heavier than a previous 800 Triumph I had enjoyed. I sold it and moved to a 2019 Enfield INT650. I love the "smallish-ness" of that bike for solo, but I'm now groping for something that feels accommodating for my ladyfriend 2-up without going to a LARGE bike. All the adventure-styled bikes carry their weight too high for garage and slow-speed maneuvering.Maybe my best bet is a Honda CB1100, which still might just feel too bulky at 550 lbs wet.Maybe I should just forget it and resign myself to being content with our CanAM F3-Limited and kiss good-bye to the thrill of leaning in a curve. At least it doesn't try to fall over when we stop!Pete
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