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Discussion in 'Road Warriors' started by wpbarlow, Oct 21, 2009.
Excuse me while I rub one out......fap, fap, fap, fap, fap, fap, ahhhhhh!
That is beautiful.
Girlfriend on the Guzzi at a street skills day at Pacific Raceways.
Uh...thanks, I think?
My first date with an Italian beauty! lol
A 2006 (bought new in 2011) Ducati Multistrada 620 with matching sport-touring saddle-bags. A left-over model of my favorite Ducati, less than 20 miles were on it, full 2 year warranty, the dealer kept dropping the price, and threw in the bags for free ;-) . I guess the bad economy was good for something :) .
Had it for a year now and am impressed with the performance of the 620, my mechanic rode it (he has a 1000 MTS) and said it was quick for a 620. My thoughts, exactly!!
My addiction in red .
More pics, please?
And some details - is that a cafe'd T, or ?
Hey Mitch, it's a 1975 850T that has been stretched to 950cc and had a 45mm fork added. There are lots of non-factory parts on the bike, but as I get things dialed in a little better, I find it's a really fun bike to ride. It was a 14 month project that I've been thinking about for many years.
There is a similar shot to the one I posted here, and a couple others in the thread noted below.
Edit: you have to scroll down the page to get to the photos.
My first Italian
Maybe I should have posted this here:-
Ahhh, the air cooled Bologna engine, nothing like it, while avoiding the air fueled t-storms all around...
First rideout on my new baby, parked in the trooper's spot by mistake:
What a beast of a machine.
You think?! Bloody beautiful!
Who do I have to murder to get that collection in my garage?
Today's ride ....
While that's a wonderful stable, keep in mind that his entire collection can be had for less than the price of a new VFR, give or take. :)
This popped up locally...
I am having thoughts. Deep, serious thoughts.
You mind giving me a quick overview of the older Tuono?
It's awesome. It's fun. It's reliable. It's easy on the eyes. It's cheap.