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Discussion in 'Road Warriors' started by Buckaroo Banzai, Feb 8, 2012.
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There are a half dozen good seat builders who could hook you up...
The two Mayer brothers, Rick and Bill.
Day-Long (Russell) Thier new sport seat style could work on the V7.
And for comparison..........not quite as shiny, but wearing the years well.
My Guzzi 750S story (video)...........http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jBW3z1hHKgA
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from today - I'm very impressed with this bike
That black and red bike. Is it a V7 with a new paint job?
Would love to see her on a Texas HWY. Nice bike, congrats!!
added a power adapter to my bike. When you get these stripped down bikes their isn't
a lot of places to mount it. I needed it close to the handlebars so I can hooked my phone/gps up to it.
My 1200 Sport on a recent trip to Scotland with my wife and daughter.
Nice! Same color as my Norge silver?
Found me some saddlebags and a windshield. I guess that's it for a while.
My Rosso Mandello at the Scottish Guzzi rally 2012
Does anyone have experience of the Breva 1100?
I'd suggest asking that question here
Lots of Moto Guzzi riders on all types.
^That LMIV is hot shit.
Here is my old 1000s
The man in the picture is the proprietor of the Mountaineer Inn in Asheville North Carolina. He had a heavy Greek accent and always called me "Doctor" for some reason. Cool dude!
Sold it so I could buy this, which is another story...
I bought a 2001 Jackal last month. Got a good deal, what with the hard bags, windshield and Outsider oil filter relocate kit. This is my first cruiser and first non Japanese bike. Tires were worn though, so I took a trip to Dahlonegah to get e new set mounted up.
Banzai, if you are looking for a dealer for tires that knows Guzzi, I recommend http://ridershill.com/ in Dahlonegah. It is 3 hours, or 150 miles from me, and looks to be about the same distance from you, though your ride there would be a lot more scenic than mine.
I buy the majority of my tires for my bikes there, and as they are a Guzzi dealer I figured they would be the best place to go for the Jackal. I got a set of ContiGo tires, mounted, balanced with new tubes for just over $300 ride in.
It's a 1991 LM-V.
One of 17 imported to the USA that year.
Last year for the Tonti LeMans in the USA.