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Seeking to ID French Norge Rider (& Pillion)

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Bill Hagan, May 19, 2018.

  1. Bill Hagan

    Bill Hagan GT Reference GT Famiglia

    Oct 29, 2008
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    Above Pott's Camp along Braddock's route, Virginia
    Just back from a grand trip to Europe.

    Along with five other Old Flatulent paratrooper buds, we visited airborne battlefields of WWII in France, Holland, Belgium, and Germany. Inspiring and sobering.

    As is my wont, I have way more pix than anyone would have any interest in, but I won't do that here … yet. :giggle:

    OK, one:


    Instead, I am trying to ID the Norge pilot and pillion I spoke with on 9 May at the Aire de Vironvay rest area on the way from Paris to Normandy.

    We chatted a bit about how cool Norge owners are. :clap:

    I got his card but have, sadly but predictably, lost it. Doh.:(

    Anyway, I just wanted to thank them for their friendly chat and pass along some pix of them. So, if anyone knows those nice Norge folks, thank them for me and give them the photo link.



    FWIW, I only saw two Guzzis on this trip. One was that Norge; the other, a Jackal (?) in the Netherlands on our way to Nimegen. LOTS of beemers, with all “other brands” a distinct minority.

    I also saw two Guzzi dealers; the first in Carentan; the other in Saint-Lô.



    1921 … and 1944!

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