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Discussion in 'The Rockies – It's all downhill from here...' started by 309, Jul 21, 2005.
Sea foam is your friend if the bike will sit any length of time.
Blake - Come on up.. We will go for a ride! A good friend of my owns this bike. Sounds great with the Akro and runs and handles great too.
That is a great value on a well set up bike. My buddy Sean has one set up about the same, rides the living hell out of it and has no bitches.......and He bitches about every thing
Thanks, yes it is. Very well cared for by both the original owner and myself.
Great old bike . . . brings back a lot of memories of college days.
Local bike wholesale guy who buys all the car dealer trade-in bikes. Lots of friends have bought from him. I can check it out if you need me to. No guzzi dealer for 500 miles makes these not so thrilling in ABQ.
2015 Moto Guzzi Norge GT 8V - $8995 (Albuquerque)
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2015 Moto Guzzi Norge GT 8V
condition: like new
engine displacement (CC): 1200
paint color: brown
title status: clean
3k---Rare Chocolate Brown-----travel first class with style and horsepower----102 HP---electric adjustable windshield---bags---trunk----a champion recognized for its comfort and reliabilty----V-shaped 90 degree transverse twin cylinder "four valve engine----new style integrated electronic ignition----ABS----we can go on and on just a true luxury riding, reliable, torque bike---trade-in on new Motorcycle -----with aero dynamic suspension---please call Smokey at 505-269-6594---Thanks
do NOT contact me with unsolicited services or offers
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Norge is a great bike, that's way overpriced
Are you going to detail it a bit before final sale?
Valves checked recently? Top end ever been refreshed? What gearing are you at and how does that look for reasonable cruising speeds? Take it the suspension is stock?
(That's like level 2 beyond "clean", wow)
Agreed, great bike way overpriced.
Sorry - late response - was in the mountains for the past weekend. Bike is bone stock (suspension, gearing 13/51). It does 55 MPH comfortably (and gets there in a hurry), but remember: this is built as a trail rocket, not a long-range dual sport. I bought the bike from an A level rider, who had the bike maintained by a Honda mechanic who worked for him on the side (must be nice). I have not touched the valves nor the top end. If I kept the bike I would put a new piston in during the off season, because I would be in for the long haul. And yes, if I must, I will clean it a little for you
You probably saw the full description of how I rebuilt (mainly carb and exhaust) in the CL ad. Aside from that everything received a lubing and cleaning when I bought the bike this summer. I needed a project, and there was a Moab ride looming in October, and I had nothing plated to use. I must have gone through 6 cans of parts and carb cleaner. Miss them those fumes...
PM me if interested.
Memories may be great, but the fueling on those carbs were not. uke My 1974 XL 350 ran a lot better.
And I thought KLR owners had the market on milk crates
Baring any major issues, that’s a lot of bike for the money.......if you are in need of one
KLR's and DR650's are old men's bikes. Old men don't have to stroke their ego's so milk crates do work.
Here you go George, last of the analog big bore sport bikes.
I destroyed a rear tire in a 45 minute session @ Miller Motorsports Park on one of these.
These will either teach you great throttle control or high side Technics.
2002 Kawasaki ZRX1200 - $4444 (Fort Collins, CO)
2002 Kawasaki ZRX1200
Stock Number: 15524
Type: Sport Bike
Lots of pictures...
That's a bike I've always wanted, but I still prefer the green ones better.
I had the ZR1100 and wish I never sold it. . . really miss that bike.