After lengthy and EXPENSIVE house restoration work, never buy a house older than your grandparents, I am happy to have got the ball rolling with the guzzi this week. I have posted some of these early pics before in discussions, but, I shall begin with the starting components.
I have built a few outfits, some I have been proud of, but some not. I have owned bikes of all shapes and sizes, however, I have discovered I am a 'Guzzi man', so, a Guzzi rig is the future for my family and I.
Here we have a 94/95 cally 1100i, I picked this up locally with 21k on the clock for sensible money.
And bought this a few months back, a hedingham XL with towbar and as it was originally fitted to a 95 cally, it has all the brackets and clamps to suit.
bit of a squeeze
A chap who has returned his cally outfit to a solo due to his arms not having adequate strength, what nonsense, but hios loss I suppose, paid a third of what they cost new