Congrats and welcome... thanks for posting. Love to get your VIN# for the first post of this thread. Hope to see you here often. Enjoy!2018 V7III Carbon Shine #802 Bought originally in May 2020 from International Motorsports in Langley, BC. I picked it up in January 2021 with 217 km on it. Loving it so far.
I guess you saw it on CL. As well. I couldn’t get it out of my head so had to buy it. Got a very good deal on a virtually new bike.
I ride through WR quite regularly if I am just out messing around.
2 Dave’s with the same bike 4 apart from the factory and living 10 km away from each other.
Congrats! Thanks for posting and welcome to the GT Forum & Guzzi Famiglia. There's a few Guzzi guys in Tucson.2019 V7 III Stone Night Pack
Bought 1/20/2021 at On Any Moto, Tucson AZ
I must say I wish we had the euro-spec lights here, the led turn signals & tail light look much better on Joerg's bike!
Stornello 385/1000. First time Guzzi owner. I bought it from a friend with 502 miles on it. A bit of a journey getting it here to Asheville. The seller wanted to make sure everything was 100 correct so he had it in for a full service. In the process, a valve cover bolt broke which ='d 3 weeks from Italy. Then I used HaulBikes for the first time. Very good loading process and pricing but because everything goes to a depot and delivery loads built from there, it's a long process. About 5 weeks from New Mexico to Asheville. This is the first <1L bike I've owned in 30 years. It's a blast! It feels like less than it's 400ish lbs. Plenty of power and I feel like I'm going back to my roots of motorcycling. For all of the concerns people express about the fueling, notchy shifting and so on, the bike has exceeded my expectations. My friend had upgraded the shocks, put crash bars on and he has Todd's fuel trim uninstalled but I've got the TFT. I'm anxious to instal the new fuel map as the weather gets warmer but don't have a PC. I'll figure that out later. The bike will live in Asheville and is perfect for so many of the fun rides here. A couple of pictures below including one with it's roommate, my R1200RT. Side note, the center jack I got is actually a decent piece of gear and was only $60. More to follow and I'll write up some of the many great day trips here in Western North Carolina.
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