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Hello, I hail from Oregon and I'm searching for my first motorcycle. Moto Guzzi might be too much bike for a beginner, but it's what I'm here to find out. Even if turns out that it is, I certainly see one in my future. I actually created a thread asking the question, before I noticed this introduction thread.https://wildguzzi.com/forum/index.php?topic=107204.0I look forward to interacting and getting to know everyone. Thank you.
Hi, my name is Wally and I live in the upstate of SC in Greenville. Having ridden for 50+ years I have had all types and brands of motorcycles. I am mostly a lover of European ones and have had Triumph, BSA, Norton, BMW, Ducati and Moto Guzzi. My main ride now is a KTM 790 AdventureR that is my go anywhere bike. I have not had a Guzzi since my Centauro and am now wanting something to complement the KTM, most likely a V7.
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