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Discussion in 'Road Warriors' started by wpbarlow, Oct 21, 2009.
Okay, I will play.
Lookin good Llamapacker!!
Which Wolfman tank bag is that one?
That seat on the Guzzi doesn't look original.
My Fut "Black Arrow"!
Andy, that's a gorgeous Futura. I think that my RSV will be my last sportsbike and next time, I will definitely look into a sport tourer. The Futura is definitely high on my list. Yours in black looks especially nice. So far, I have written the Honda VFR 800. I wonder how the Futura compares.
Nice clean example you have there. (Green with envy)
Temptation in red and carbon fiber by vintagemxr, on Flickr
Couldn't resist making a contribution here. From about 10 years ago, my Aprilia Falco. Gone after only owning it for a month as jail seemed imminent. I traded it for an '01 Caponord which, while not as sexy, was more suited to my lack of speed limit discipline.
We might want to set an age limit here cuz it's pretty moto pornographic in here..
Well, it's that time of year again and in the spirit of the Holiday Season...
Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas from way up nearer the North Pole.
From a couple years ago, the recently departed Santapaws Comet and far north Ducatisti Mark H.
And across town, my brother ADV inmate Luppo Rosso, celebrates with a decorated 748.
His 3 daughters now insist he does this instead of a slightly more traditional tree.
Traded my '04 Moto Guzzi California EV Touring for this '09 Aprilia Scarabeo 500ie.
First scooter - this is going to be fun! It's adequately fast and pretty darn comfortable.
A great short ride today, Merry Christmas!
Back in the fall of '82 I did up my 860GT in red and gold with an R90S replica fairing and Marzocchi Stradas. Can't figure out how to link pics from fb, so this is the best I can offer.
here you go
Thanks, Walter. You didn't live in Oakville, Ontario in the early '80's did you? A fellow used to arrive at the CVMG (Canadian Vintage Motorcycle Group) meetings in Oakville on an 860GT exactly like yours. Gold rims, twin discs, Contis, etc. Even the colour was identical.
It's Italian. Seems right to me but I could be wrong. The Californian is on my short list of bikes to get. This looks lit could be fun too. If you're enjoying the ride and having fun with it, ride on man. I've seen some RR posted here on way smaller bikes. Enjoy the Italian scoot man. Looks good to me.
Wasn't me, and in many years of bevel interest I've never seen another like it. So it may be the same bike. As you know, people usually just leave 860's stock (GTS) or convert them to SS clones (GTs). It used to be pretty unusual for folks to put money into GT/GTS because they have always been at the bottom of the bevel hierarchy (despite being much better working bikes than roundcase GTs). Don't know how much the recent round case bevel mega-inflation has affected 860s.
I bought the bike from a person who lived in northern Connecticut, but don't remember how he got it.