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Griso REGISTRY & Picture Thread - ADD YOUR BIKE

Discussion in 'Griso-Bella Chat & Tech' started by GT-Rx®, Nov 20, 2008.

  1. RJVB

    RJVB GT Reference

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    What happened?
     
  2. Steak

    Steak Cruisin' Guzzisti

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    Re:Griso Picture Thread

    RJVB wrote:
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  3. klaas123

    klaas123 Cruisin' Guzzisti

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    That explains a lot, I suppose these pics were taken by you seconds before disaster :)
     
  4. RJVB

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    Dang, your G down, Uncle with his down, me down last week on something as mundane as an errant dog, all those 8V engines out of service ... times ain't good for Guzzis, and the year isn't starting well!
     
  5. GT-Rx®

    GT-Rx® Administrator Staff Member GT di Razza Pura

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    Hey Jim, good to see you posting again! Photo Res has to be 72dpi and under 800kb. If you think your photo is under both, send it to me and I'll post it for you.
     
  6. AkGriso

    AkGriso Just got it firing!

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    Washing the G, not current.
     
  7. GT-Rx®

    GT-Rx® Administrator Staff Member GT di Razza Pura

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    AkGriso wrote:
    Looks like you got it Jim, nice. Yes, the first parameter of the code limits the size to 150, but just delete that part out of the html -- though it will auto-set it at it's uploaded resolution when uploading it to our server/website.
     
  8. Niels

    Niels Just got it firing!

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    Looks like a nice day in the forest!
     
  9. speedcraft

    speedcraft Tuned and Synch'ed

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    Re:Griso Picture Thread

    New Forum again...I run two Joomla sites!

    Put about 4k on the bike in July and August...

    Norton Rally:



    Exclusive run at Watkins Glen (they don't allow motorcycles)...will do it this year again (both historic and current track)....less rain I hope.



    Vintage Days at Mid-Ohio.....my already fixed fuel pump blew a hose.....better there than 4 hours earlier in the Allegheny National Forest!
    With 20 helping hands and tools....I took the bike apart in the infield campground...used a hose clamp from a Penton guy...was back running in less than an hour.




    Looked for Ed but only found a lonely Alley...I own one too:



    Yes you can do a long tour with a griso:



    wound my way home from Ohio through W Virginia, Virginia, Maryland and into PA...



    great bike!

    rdl
     
  10. speedcraft

    speedcraft Tuned and Synch'ed

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    How to give 150 Norton owners "Guzzi envy"

    Not..the great looks and sound....not the better handling, braking and speed.....and the cold starting....

    When in 50 degrees and rain...the built in hand warmers!!!!!
     
  11. pete roper

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    Re:Griso Picture Thread

    speedcraft wrote:
    Sure can. I reckon the Griso is a superb Rapid Transit Vehicle

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    All of that stuff swaps right over to the 1200 too, I don't have a pic of the 1200 bagged up fully but you can see the frames and stuff on this one

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    Pete

    PS, you'll have to make 'em bigger yerselves as I've obviously done something stupid and only got the little 'uns.
     
  12. loftyjohn

    loftyjohn Cruisin' Guzzisti

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    Hi Pete

    Surely your missus has often told you that size doesn't really matter:laugh:


    Loftyjohn
     
  13. pete roper

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    My missus may be cruel but she stopped laughing years ago:p :laugh:

    Pete
     
  14. doogal1

    doogal1 Just got it firing!

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    Hey Speedcraft, great look for the Gris. Mine's a yellow. I had been looking to put on a national cycle screen and I see you've already managaed to do it. Could you tell me which model? Cheers.
     
  15. speedcraft

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    doogal1 wrote:
    As far as I know mine is the stock Guzzi "fly screen"...I bought the bike lightly used in late '07 and it already had the flyscreen and the mistral can on it.

    The only thing I did different after the first couple of trips...was to put a black cargo net (from my jeep) over the big bag. It made it easy to hold something down for a quick ride....like gloves, a sandwich or camping paperwork.

    rdl
     
  16. blackrat

    blackrat Just got it firing!

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    Givi Screen and stelvio hand guards work well for touring. Here's mine:
     
  17. NickSzasz

    NickSzasz Tuned and Synch'ed

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    Once a year they burn the fields in this area. I suppose it is easier than cutting the grass. Huge areas though. And this draws spectators, and photographers. Happened to be riding by last weekend. The fire were so hot and close to the roads that we couldn't pass at some points. They've been doing this for decades here, and normally safely, however this year 4 elderly (all over 70 y.o.) who were working the fields, died. Sad.

    You can see the burnt fields behind the Guzzis in the photo below.

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  18. GT-Rx®

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    Welcome to my bud David of NYC and his new G8V! He'll be checking in soon.

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  19. swagzz

    swagzz Cruisin' Guzzisti

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    Ruptured Budgie Rally
    Mingoola
    Australia
     

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  20. RJVB

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    whoa Nick ... hadn't seen those pics before ... I must admit that I wondered about your CARC seeing the first of the series... :silly:
     

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