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Hi to all. I just finished reading the July 16 issue of Rider mag and the mostly complimentary article about the Roamer and Bobber. The engine specs says 90 degree V twin which is correct but then SOHC 2 valves per cyl. SOHC means overhead cam I believe. Sure looks like a pushrod engine to me from the outside. Any comments?Wes
What bike has "unlimited" cornering clearance?
Hi Wes!You area Ducati man nowadays anyway!Is that Scrambler still doing you well???
WHAT!!???As PYoung says, I thought the Scrambler was the Bee's Knees for Wes!
We visited at our little Arkansas gathering in Mar and again at Cedar Vale . He said the scrambler just didn't suit him , he may change his mind , but the scrambler is too limited . Dusty
Maybe I am off on this. I'm just pointing out you can buy more for significantly less from Triumph, Victory, or Scout,.The market is red hot, but is it hot enough for a $10,000 Guzzi?
Kev said, "Yeah but I don't know that the Sportster guy is interested in a Scout/Octane, whereas he might be in the V9."Maybe, but why would a Sportster guy want to buy a v9? It is significantly less weight, and it has more electronic aids, but does that really mater to the typical Sportster guy?I think Guzzi is aiming at younger Hipster types as their core demo. I just wonder how many of that demo have 10K to drop on a Guzzi? I guess we will know in a few months.
Anyway, if I wasn't so dam large, I would buy a v9, I just like them!
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