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Discussion in 'Photos' started by SNAPGADGET, Feb 13, 2017.
Like the cartoon.
Palermo, in Sicily.
The Day I bought the Moto Guzzi:
DSCN4597 by atlasheating, on Flickr
The Moto Guzzi Reflection:
CIMG0386 by atlasheating, on Flickr
Ah, yes, those were the days.
January '06 for me out there. Dave and Greg let me take a demo ride on a B11, and that led to my own Norge, bought from MPH a year later.
Will be in Seattle for next couple of weeks. May lay some flowers at the door at what was M-I.
To my surprise my son bought a Guzzi this past Friday. Don't know much about them, but it sure does check a box in the cool factor.
I have a problem
I’m kind of fond of 850s.
Looks like you are fond of great looking Guzzies.
I liked mine so much I bought it back! Here to stay this time
I got mine at Sloans as well. Nice dealership.
My first guzzi was a 350 imola. Here in St-malo france.
My second guzzi being somewhat faster quickly led to disaster. I was unharmed luckely.
Some months later with the pached up bike in front of the Guzzi factory in Mandello Del Lario Italy.
Another year and the bike was looking great again. 1982 sp that has got le mans brakes and carburators. In the mean time i lost the fairing and dubble lights. They made the bike to top heavy. I used a le mans screen. No pic to be found on my cellphone though.
Monthly breakfast gathering of the Colorado Moto Guzzi Club:
Made it to the top of Mount Mitchell!
Some of the Moto Guzzis seen at the Greenhouse Moto Café.
2006, return of little road trip in may 2006, LeMans II
Any more pictures of that T3?
Rode down to the Rock Store on Mulholland Dr. to see if there were any interesting bikes. Saw a couple nice old Kawasakis but not worth dealing with the traffic and heat. The LMIII ran great and was the only Guzzi I saw.