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Hello,I live in the north of France. I ride guzzi since 1993. My first one was a 1000CaliforniaIII carbs, after a V65 with agostini fairing, a V75 Targa, A cafe racer V75 4V, parts to rebuild a v65gt but i will make a scrambler with them, and finaly last month a V7 classic.I am a member of the french motoclub "la scuderia guzzi". Finally i am the owner of http://smalltwins.pagesperso-orange.fr/regards
This saturday, i purchased my third bike and it is my first Moto Guzzi. Having put about 30 miles on the 2007 Breva 750, I'm pretty in love. Completely different than my '87 BMW R65 and the 97 Bandit 600 (different in a way that i think i'll be selling those shortly). I currently live in Mountain View, CA (home of google) and work just up the road developing systems for Stanford University. If anyone has any advice on my little Breva, I'd love to hear it (like how you check the oil without a center stand?!). Expect to hear a lot of me in the forums.
Want to know about "AmazonGoddess" and the other new members . Dusty
Be nice , she is some ones' daughter or significant other . Plus she works in a bike shop .
My name is Al Champagne I live in Massachusetts My age is 47 I have been riding on the road for 30 years.Currently ride a Breva But have owned in the past A 86 Le Mans purchased brand new and also a 93 Strada and several other makes includind BMW Ducati and Triumph.
Can you get someone to attest to the truth of you not being a 14 yr old Icelandic girl?
Hell , I could be a Transylvanian Transvestite and an ex member of the Stasi .
Hello to All. Nothing but the facts...Name: Wes ParoAge: 57Occupation: Network & Desktop Support TechnicianLocation: Burlington, VTA few details to add relevance to my interest in this forum: I've been a rider since high school. Started with Harleys and moved to BMWs back in the early 80's when I decided I'd had enough of the "lifestyle" and just wanted to ride. I just sold my 1991 K100RS and I'm shopping for a new ride. BMW has changed direction since my last purchase and I don't see anything of interest to me in their showroom. I can't bring myself to ingest the UJM koolaid so here I am. ......
Hello to All. Nothing but the facts...Name: Wes ParoAge: 57Occupation: Network & Desktop Support TechnicianLocation: Burlington, VTA few details to add relevance to my interest in this forum: I've been a rider since high school. Started with Harleys and moved to BMWs back in the early 80's when I decided I'd had enough of the "lifestyle" and just wanted to ride. I just sold my 1991 K100RS and I'm shopping for a new ride. BMW has changed direction since my last purchase and I don't see anything of interest to me in their showroom. I can't bring myself to ingest the UJM koolaid so here I am. My current work schedule fills most of my days but I'm hoping to find time in the near future for a ride to check out dealers in the area. The nearest are about 3 hours away, Seacoast Sport in Manchester, NH or AJ Cycles in Gill, MA. The Norge looks like a good possibility because it appears to be similar to the K Bike I had but the California carries a certain appeal as well. The ride will decide.Looking forward to talking with you all.
You are DEFINITELY in the right place ... !Lannis
Whoa, Lannis. Not so fast. See his occupation. Don't we need to see where Wes stands on that Apple v. Windows thing first? ;DBest,Bill
Thanks Bill & Lannis,Re: the Windows/Mac thing. Sorry Bill, Lannis wins. Cash trumps all. And yes, I have a wife. She's very supportive of my motor-psychosis. She likes to ride as a passenger and as a child/young adult her family's only motorized transport was a tired old Dnepr sidecar rig back in the "Old Country" (Armenia).As far as the multiple bike experience goes we'll have to give that some time. I have way too many projects around the house that need my attention before I can follow that trail of breadcrumbs.
Trevor Collens, 50 years old from Perth, Australia. Living in NYC after moving to US nearly five years ago. Work as a press photographer. Been riding since getting a QA50 mini-bike for my tenth birthday, mostly off-road but had to give up dirt bikes about 7 or 8 years ago after a nasty crash when a tree jumped out and bit me. Inexplicably, always had a thing about Italian motorcycles and British sports cars.
in case someone is interisted in itname: Dirkage: 51 (today)occupation: father, husband, engineer, the stuff in my garagelocation: Northeast of Germany (Europe)language: german, better than english
This place seems to be ate up with engineers of one form or another, you'll fit right in ;-TOh, and Happy Birthday!!! (assumption on my part, as you may be 51 tomarrow too ;D)Tell us about that "stuff" in the garage :drool
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