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They had them fixed in place, but rear wheel close to ground. No problem for balls of my feet on the ground, and I'm only 5'-8". Unlike a Stelvio, i'd have no issue managing this.
What is your inseam at?There is not right way asking that question...
International Motorsports in Vancouver are advertising V85s already. They also have some good deals on 2107 models.https://www.internationalmotorsports.com/
Wow, they have the V7 III Racer priced at $6,999!
Is it just me or is this “promo” video a real yawner? https://www.facebook.com/263491420843903/videos/2272404599672541/
No, but slow mo and no wheelies!!!
Well then looked to Yamaha with the T7.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w41PdphNPeI&fbclid=IwAR1Q7fPL14_PsLvJnESh8RMC2Ymwq-bkExyNzRTnIFU4uDmYkQ2C9v74KGc
Video of motorcycle doing what it's intended to do.I thought the video was fine....
13,700 is what I just heard. Can get a brand new Stelvio for much less.
yep, it's nice. But I have to say the guy riding the bike really didn't look like he was having much fun.
But you would first have to WANT one..!If it's tonnage for dollar though, you'd come out ahead with the Stelvio.No bloody wonder Guzzi can't sell bikes in numbers, every bastard tries to talk every other bastard out of buying a new one. But keep buying big block Guzzies, and when in one year, they've sold 19 units of the V 85 and the whole she bang goes arse up, we can console ourselves by recycling redundant machines that return no money back to the manufacturer.Now THERE'S a solid business model if ever there was..!
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