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I don't think it matters much what country it comes from, and he seems to be looking at a textile jacket, not leather.
I agree there's not a perfect correlation between price and quality, but there is generally a floor... $50 is probably beneath that. personal choice only goes so far, nobody...
I've never heard of viking cycle, but those prices are a bit too good to be true imo.
this time of year, consider checking your local moto shops, there may be some sales. nice to try this stuff on before you buy, too.
I cycle a lot and have lots of spandex shorts, I can't imagine what use they would be on any motorcycle I've ever owned. Seems like the padding is just in the wrong place. The job of a motorcycle seat and a bicycle saddle are completely different.
The padding in bicycle shorts is mostly for...
yea I agree... I like many aspects of the design, but the front cowling/headlight is a bit bland. sort of reminds me of my old Bandit S, or any one of a dozen or so Kawasakis.
I guess it's sort of a sporty touring bike? nice commuter?
I'm sure, but it's something I've experienced across many years and industries and businesses. I think the UK royal mail and the Canadian post just kinda... get on better together? or something?
actually, you're about the only american business I'll deal with, because the service and products...
I get big stuff right here, and small stuff at gutsibits in the UK. there are no Canadian sources that I've ever been able to find.
shipping just... is what it is. both sources will deal with you fairly and charge reasonable rates. shipping from the UK is generally much easier and cheaper...
" Sorry. If you want a refund, we will have to work with Agostini in Italy when they reopen. Let us know."
I mean... that seems pretty reasonable? I wonder if this customer missed the 'we' part here, and thought you were telling them to go deal with Agostini themselves.
I'm not sure you...
my preference is for air-cooled bikes with two valves per cylinder... but just because I'm lazy and prefer to simplify my maintenance requirements as much as possible.
I certainly hope Guzzi finds a way forward, though, and I can't imagine that will be with air-cooled engines.