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We did a poll a couple years back (https://wildguzzi.com/forum/index.php?topic=99590.270) and the majority of members came in between 55-65.
Thanks for all the responses!However just a reminder that the thread was intended to acknowledge our members 75 and up. And to give these ageless heroís a tip of the helmet and buy their lunch anytime we can. Dan
Next time you're in Fairbanks, I'll buy you lunch!Jon
Lord willing and the creeks don't rise, as they say, I'll be 76 in a few weeks. While it's a chore sometimes to deal with the T, the only times I've dropped it is pushing it around the garage, it's till my favorite ride. The v65 is great on the gravel roads they have up here and is a lot easier to park, but I still prefer the T. Here's a pic after a hard ride in the White Mtns north of town. On a dog team, not a Guzzi!
Hi Danny, 12-1-21 (palindrome date)I have witnessed 855 moon cycles. Do the math.Be well, stay well, DougGI plan on seeing many more...
That really amazing Goose! You still appear to be a man in total control. The dog sled really is interesting to me. How about sometime posting some photos when you have the boys hitched up and ready to head out👍
Well I don't know about total control, after half a dozen surgeries in past few years for joint replacements and afib ablations, I'd say it's the health care industry that's in total control. I looked for some exciting photos of the dog team, but most of the recent stuff is not that great. But here's a pic out of video clip they shot of me when I was in the White Mtns north of town (couldn't get the movie to load)...The photo was used in a brochure they published about the White Mtns; it was my one shot at being locally word famous...Anyway, there's lots of recent pics on the blog, just enter sled dogs into the search box...http://smilesfromnowherre.blogspot.comAnd thanks for your interest! Jon
Jass, let me know how you like the 750 DCT.I looked hard for one in 2019 but couldn't find one. Only the std. trans. The bike itself felt a bit big and too tall for what it was but I understand they changed it a bit for 2021. My bad left hand/thumb and short old legs relly limit my choices.
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