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Bellagio REGISTRY & Pic thread - ADD YOUR BIKE

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Below is an on-going database of Bellagio Worldwide. Why? Just for the fun of it. If your bike isn't listed below, post a reply to this thread, and I'll add you along with a link to your post with a picture (hopefully of you and your bike, as they all look the same otherwise). If you've sold your bike, or bought one recently and are the new owner of one below, please post.
Feel free to write me direct e-mail to add a photo if you're having any issues in doing so; Todd at GuzziTech.com

Bellagio

VIN#ZGULYA0038M111204 - Roger Scadeng - London, England - D.O.P. 3.1.09 - Pics
VIN#ZGULY00087M111837 - Jim Duffield - Perth, Western Australia - D.O.P. 6.8.08 - Pics
VIN#ZGULY00057M111844 - Jeremy Nichols - Moscow, Russia - D.O.P. 7.13 - Pics HERE - O.O. from UK?
VIN#ZGULY00077M111893 - Wayne Jeanneret - Brisbane Australia - D.O.P. 9.11
VIN#ZGULYA004CM112046 - @Steve Brookes - Rotherham, Yorkshire, UK - D.O.P. ? - Pics HERE

d15nel said:
Noticed that there weren't any pics of the Bellagio on this forum so thought I'd add a couple of my own:

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Had the bike for about 3 months now and absolutely loving it! Used to ride a Breva 750 but fell for the Bellagio and find that it gives a more relaxing ride and has plenty of poke for when you need to get a move on.
 
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Re:Bellagio pic thread

Nice!

I've "spotlighted" this thread... thanks so much for posting.

If you can send me your info for the Registry, as shown here; https://www.guzzitech.com/MGGriso/Registry.html -- you'll be the officially first Registered.

Send info to me direct via PM or e-mail (prefered): Todd at GuzziTech.com
 

some_finn

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Re:Bellagio pic thread

Here's a pic I took of the one I test rode last summer. Royal Enfield Bullet in the background (same importer/dealer).

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Re:Bellagio pic thread

very nice Jim :cheer:

Where did the hugger come from? looks the goods - any trouble with fitting it?
 

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Re:Bellagio pic thread

Moz, thanks for posting... beautifully done. Too bad they don't offer this model in the states. :angry:
 

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Re:Bellagio pic thread

my Bellagio - soon to transform into the '940S' :woohoo:

yes I be a dork :blink:
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love those jugs :p
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at home with her older sister:
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& out with a young groovy friend B)
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Re:Bellagio pic thread

Dunno about dorkdom, but that looks like a well-used Z6 rear ;)
 

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Re:Bellagio pic thread

Beautiful Matti, thanks for posting, and congrats on the Bellagio! I was there in '05, and can't wait to go back to Mandello. Hopefully the GMG will be earlier next year.

p.s. Be sure to add your Bellagio to the Registry, linked top right, if you haven't already.
 

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Re: Bellagio pic thread

Bella is undergoing a few more changes - now added Rizoma bar-end mirrors and end weights to the Tarozzi clip ons...

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Re: Bellagio pic thread

readers may be interested in this Bellagio Wiki - http://wiki.ab.sk/doku.php?id=guzzi:bellagio
Contents include:
Moto Guzzi Bellagio
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Basic information
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Reviews
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Maintenance
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Accessories
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Engine Guards
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Tank Protectors
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Seats
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Luggage
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Luggage Racks
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Windscreens
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Others
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Meetings
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Studio Pictures
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Scenic Pictures
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Modified Bike Pictures
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Re: Bellagio pic thread

Is that a sexy leather tank cover I think I spy on your lovely Bellagio Finebeau?? If so is it stock or custom? Where can I order one and how many British Pounds did you pay for it.

I like the fairing too...but also like the wind in my face!
 

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Re: Bellagio pic thread

delburnman said:
Is that a sexy leather tank cover I think I spy on your lovely Bellagio Finebeau?? If so is it stock or custom? Where can I order one and how many British Pounds did you pay for it.

I like the fairing too...but also like the wind in my face!

Hello mate! And a merry Christmas to you.

Well, this is the Bagster tank cover for the Cali actually, as the one for the early Bellagios has cut outs to show the retro style tank badges, where as this one is is a fully covered style.

You can use them as a stand alone accessory to give some stone chip/ dink protection for the tank, or as the mounting for the tank bags also provided by Baglux.

They are around £86.00 UK pounds + shipping.

They are made in black faux leather and come with all the webbing fitted.

Here is the link to a supplier site in the UK: http://www.motorbikesandparts.co.uk/bagster-tank-cover-moto-guzzi-california-1327u-p-13932.html

The illustration they use in the Ad is not exactly the same as the actual product as you can see better from this side shot of the one on my bike
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Drop me an email if you need any more info mate. ;)
 

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Re: Bellagio pic thread

Did I show you the Quill conversion i put on in the summer yet? ;)

This is the Evo2 and i run mine with a short Db killer but it still sounds fantastic and adds around 5bhp while shedding those heavy cannons with the cats in 'em.

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This uses the stock collector box with the rear pipes cut off and joined with a purpose made link pipe you can order from Quill too.
(They actually used my bike as the 'guinea pig' to get it right and provide the dyno data)

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