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Discussion in 'Old's Cool' started by Rathlindri, Aug 26, 2008.
Very, very nice!
No surprises! The Guzzis have a habit of doing that to folk!
The old girl out for an early morning Sunday ride last weekend. Chaffey's Lock Road, Eastern Ontario.
What kind of shape was the road in. When I was on it last year, with my over-wieght/top-heavy Concours no less, it under construction almost from one end to the other.
One of my all-time favourite roads.
The loose gravel they laid last year has now packed down to a reasonably good hard top. There is always the possibility of a bit of loose stuff in the corners, but generally its pretty good. The biggest hazard is turkeys and deer, so I generally keep my speed down. Its a road for gentle cruising anyway IMHO.
I too rode it while it was under construction - two up on my Breva, and it was certainly a bit slithery.
Chaffey's Locks Road again, this time on my 74 750S. This bike brings out the horns. Roads I bumble along on the Eldorado, I find myself blasting on this old dear. Its the only bike I've ever got a speeding ticket on.
Yours, no, eh? Holy shit that's nice!
Far to clean for a scruffy Herbert like myself, but yeah ...
Outstanding shot and bike! Guzzi cafe' bikes are as good as custom bikes get.
Thanks for the kind words guys!
First Maiden Voyage Shakedown Bimble and Blat Ride after 12 years...!
About a hundred miles. No leaks and it ran better and better.
Frenchie after the character in Grease... Beauty School Dropout!
The further you get, the better she looks!
looks great, nice work.
Very nice - and no doubt very satisfying after all your hard work. There's nothing quite like these loops!
Could you guys tell me where you are getting the single seats for your Guzzi's. I have a T4 and would like to fit a single seat/rack to it. Any info would be welcome.
Harper's Moto Guzzi