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Discussion in 'Road Warriors' started by wpbarlow, Oct 21, 2009.
Original owner with Termis, B level exhaust and chip. European fairing and clocks. #18/50
This is one gorgeous bike. I had a the same 92 in the cafe fairing that I regrettably sold; was one of my all time favorites. I especially like the font.
My owned from new and still in the stable '91 900SS...
There's something about the stylization of the lettering on the "pre-Texas Group" on Ducati's that really looks good. They should drop the ugly font style of the current lettering.
I like it too. I wonder what font it is.
Pre-TPG = Cagiva.
Yeah. The Cagiva font looked pretty good on Ducatis.
Here's my 06 Multistrada 1000S. I love it.
I have that same machine in red, puts a smile on my face...always. Pretty much my go to bike at this point unless going on overnights, then its the GS....If I could find some luggage for the MTS, I might be tempted...
I'm sure I saw red DP luggage on Ebay today.
That is a gorgeous Guzzi... you're a lucky man Mottorader
Nice bike Tood.
All I could find was silver...
Simply gorgeous. :tb
I know I saw a top case at least today. Check regularly. I bought side bags and mounts from a guy at work for $300. The left one was cracked. Found a left one on Ebay for $50. Paid $200 for the top case on Ebay. New the whole set would push right up against $2000.
Also check the marketplace forum on Multistrada.net. There's a set of red Dp panniers on there now in SoCal.
Here is a before shot, 1983 RGS1000. It has about 17000 km.
This is after I cleaned it up and put it back together. It sat for about 15 years before I got it. It has its original patina.
My 1997 916. It's near 960cc due to the 900SS crank and overbored cylinders with Carillo rods. I bought it from a co-worker who built it as a race bike.
And Bert takes another hit on the crack pipe . . .
My Monster which lives in Georgia, close to the mountains:
My Aprilia Futura, which lives in Milan and takes me on a lot of great miles in Italy
and last Summer in the Dolemites
Thanks Bert. I appreciate it.
Ok, I've posted it before, but it seems appropriate for this thread
These photos are getting old, time for some new rides/new photos!
one more, from an eastern sierra ride:
cool thread, thanks for sharing everyone.
So, have we shot our collective Italian ownership wad already?
I for one am not going to go out an buy another bike just to keep your thread open...