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I'm Lyle and I'm retired in Manitoba, Canada.My first bike was a 750 Norton in 1971. I've been hooked on twins ever since and I'm in search of my first Guzzi. I'm really liking the California Vintage.My current bike is an '82 Yamaha XV920R that I built up from a parts bike into my own sport tourer. It's the newest bike I've owned and I like it fine but with it being 36 years old I never know when something or other will fail, which is fine for local riding but I'm hoping to do some touring so I want something newer with a more relaxed riding position. Anyone who has owned a Cal Vin seems to rave about them for all the right reasons.I'm looking forward to having something to contribute here.
Hi everyoneI'm Artem, I'm 32 and I live in Kyiv, Ukraine (Eastern Europe). I've just bought my first ever bike, a bit damaged V7III from Copart, so while I'm trying to replace parts and repair it (we have no official MG dealer and service station in the country), many stupid questions arise, e.g. "why everyone says NGK caps fit the V7III, but they really don't?" and thousands other. :)
Hi, New here, hope to enjoy the forums.Currently no bike, but always looking for my next ride, and it could possibly be a Guzzi.Had several other bikes, Hondas, Kwakka's, Suzuki....I'm a London lout, (UK) currently working as a Surveyor, and in my 50's (How did that happen!)Also into lots of other hobbies, too many if I'm honest, including shooting (air rifles), fishing (fly), reading, anything (but mainly sci fi), console gaming (everything, PS4, Xbox, Nintendo, old and new), travel (like cruises), also like eating out in nice eateries, enjoy films and music (anything) and am a bit of an Airfix and Lego geek too! and of course cars and bikes.Well, thats me... Glad to meet you all
My name is Donnelly Hall of Keavy Ky. Male,75 years of age,and run a MC shop for a living. Never saw a MC I didn't like. Been riding for 64 years but only got into Guzzi 19 years ago!
Hello all, as my tag says, I am a newbie. Just got a 2015 V7 and I love it. It has the orange flare and some sweet looking rear bags that make it look like a real classic.Riding here in California in the Monterey area and love it!
I just purchased my first Moto Guzzi. I picked up my Azzurro Elettrico (blue) 2017 Moto Guzzi V7 III Stone earlier this month. Apparently, another dealer went out of business, and the manufacturer auctioned their inventory to dealers. I purchased my bike from AF1 Racing in Austin, Tx. They recently sold a 2015 and 2016 V7s, but still have three 2017 V7 III Stone bikes priced at $6490. Hard to find a brand new motorcycle at this price point with same features. Bike has a one year warranty.I was looking for an entry level bike that my wife and or daughter could ride. This is my third motorcycle. I own a 2017 Ducati SuperSport S and a 2014 Ducati Multistrada. I am 51 and have been riding about 15 years. Waited until kids were older. I live in Austin area (Leander) and mostly do hill country rides. I try to do a couple of track days a year for fun. Circuit of the Americas is an incredible track to ride, and we are lucky to have this in our back yard. Ridesmart is a Texas school that sponsors track days at multiple tracks in Texas.I am in the real estate/property management business. I have enjoyed the bike and look forward to putting more miles on it.
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