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Hello,I'am Chrisfer from France near Toulouse (Albi), 50yo.Riding Guzzi since 1995 with a Nevada 750, a V11, another V11 Rosso Corsa and now a return to small block with a very Pleasant 2019 V7 III Carbon.
We don't get much input from French members; if you're out riding and can post a few pictures, we'd love to know what it's like riding around where you live .... !Lannis
This is a good time to be looking for motorcycles.You ought to be able to find something you like from THAT selection! Like many of us, maybe a favorite from the past that will bring back part of your long-ago youth ..... ?
Here you can see my local little roads in my country : https://youtu.be/1T-9tXeNKqc & https://youtu.be/tOU1u93Y1wk
Currently looking at an Audace Carbon.. Mmmmmm
Hello all, I really liked the standard position, possibility of being able to wrench it myself, and the fact that although it's a modern bike (with fuel injection )- one could still tell you were essentially riding a machine...if that makes sense. wendi
82 trying to pass for 62
Hello all, I may have intro'd three or four years ago, but I had to put off buying my first MG until now; so here I am again...but this time with a new-to-me V7ll :wendi
Abraham from Canada here. A newbie to Motoguzzi. Never owned one but wanted to buy one. I have been riding since I was 11 but officially since 1976. I am 60 years and an aviation consultant. Now ride a Triumph Thunderbird.
Cool , a youngster Welcome to WG . Dusty
Thank you very much Dusty. I am looking at a used California as it is not very common in Canada and the part where I live. It is Harley territory. For that matter neither is it common to see a Triumph here. What should I be looking for when I look to buy a California? How is the ride on a Mottoguzzi California ride different lets say compared to a Triumph Thunderbird?
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