RentAGuzzi Motorcycle Rentals & Tours – Los Angeles CA
  1. Ciao Guest, We've completed the split of this website from our custom bike builds and products to our sister site; GTMotoCycles.com. You may need a new username and password to get into the new GTM Store system - pending and past order info is available there. GuzziTech.com is now a secure site (https), and may require you to sign in again using your same password. We are back to our origins here with the Forum and Resources only. As always, zero tolerance on personal attacks and off-site links to other Forums or competing products. Note there's decades of Guzzi hands-on experienced help on this site, all whom give endless amounts of their time for free - be courteous. For those who are new here, the owner of this site (Todd - GT-Rx) has been immersed in Guzzis since 1999. He's raced and wrenched for two-thirds of his life, both Pro dirt-track and road-race, and contributed to Cycle World Magazine 2000-2007. He began Guzzi dyno performance modifying and fuel tuning in 2001, and has been wrenching them full time since 2007. His GT MotoCycles Performance and Service workshop has been open for ~4 years in Orange, CA. We do not have a phone number for this site or GTM, we're online only... do not ask us to call you. Click on the Service tab above for more info or to book an appointment -- it is not a retail shop to visit. If you're in L.A., you can come sample our work with our rental fleet - click the image link above. In a few short years GuzziTech.com will hit the 20 year mark of providing advice and tech tips for free. Understand that this is a privately paid for website, not a free social media platform littered with ads to help pay for it. Donations appreciated via the Account upgrade (see Site Support section below) or the Donate tab above, which unlocks all of the content here along with the Classifieds, Ask the Wrench sections and our seasonal discount notices. Thank you for all of the continued support and contributions.
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Ecstatic and enjoying a new V7III Racer! Oct 16, 2017

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      Ecstatic and enjoying a new V7III Racer!
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      Planning a return to Guzzi-dom.
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    There's very little to say that hasn't been posted to the 'net long before.

    I have been riding since 1975, mostly on Ducati and Moto Guzzi motorbikes. I've been online since 1984 in a number of forums related to motorcycles, Alfa Romeos, Ducatis, and Moto Guzzis... amongst other things. I have been admin for the email forum centered on European motorbike enthusiasts called "euro-moto" since the mid-1990s; I think I was the 20th subscriber, or so, back in 1991.

    My last bikes before the present were the 1989 Moto Guzzi LeMans 1000 Mk V (kept mostly stock but fettled to suit me) and the 1975 Moto Guzzi 850T (which I did a lot of small changes to; made it into a 'sporty special which suited me perfectly). I built and then rode both those machines for almost a decade.

    I returned to riding after a dozen year absence (due to health issues) earlier this year. But I missed having a Moto Guzzi to ride. This error will be corrected. :D