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V7 Registry & Picture thread -- ADD YOUR BIKE

scottmastrocinque

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GT di Razza Pura
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Findlay, Ohio
You guys have probably seen a gazillion stock bike pics but just got my first ride in today. Went 150 miles and didn’t want to stop. What a fun little bike! New to this forum. I’ll try my best not to ask stupid or repeat questions. Glad to be here. Thanks.

NOTHING makes me happier than pictures of loved motorcycles and loved dogs!

Never can have too many of either of those!

Congratulations again! She’s beautiful.
 

V700Steve

GT Reference
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Dec 8, 2008
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Atlanta area, GA
A good friend in IL just got a Racer III w/GTM flash and Ago's. Got a flash box. Says it runs like wildfire. Last Guzzi was a EV. He's liking it, put it up for winter.
Got another call from Jeff, I suggested getting the SAS block-off kit last time. Well, he did that at same time as fuel filter & hoses. Now he couldn't wait for warm weather, but is now VERY pleased in his bike. Made a big difference in run ability. Had to try it out in the cold 20*+ air.
 

Greg Brokenshire

Just got it firing!
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Canada
You guys have probably seen a gazillion stock bike pics but just got my first ride in today. Went 150 miles and didn’t want to stop. What a fun little bike! New to this forum. I’ll try my best not to ask stupid or repeat questions. Glad to be here. Thanks.
haha, I don't suppose you need any advice on winterizing it. looks like fine riding conditions there! (jealous...)
 

scottmastrocinque

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These gas prices are ridiculous. 4.79/gal in orange county.

Ah…living “La Vida Loca” in Southern California.

Those gas prices are just gouging by the oil companies and nothing more. They charge that because they can get away with it. It has absolutely nothing to to with crude oil cost.

Yep, the greed, greed, greed of San Diego…

Don’t miss it. :rock:
 

Bee

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Dec 8, 2021
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Lincolnshire
Hello all,
Been riding a long time, been through most brands over the years, done the high power thing. We are all different of course but for me my wish list reads something like this looks, comfort, simplicity, shaft drive in probably that order. Now I’ve got nothing against anyone else’s rides or what they like so let me put that out straight away. So, with the ever tightening Euro5 regs and the likely end of the ICE looming I decided I needed to get my finger out and find/buy what I really liked before it’s too late. I managed to find a new V7 Centenario and I thought that was it until only a few days ago my absolute favourite turned up for sale on the used market with next to no miles on it. (Covid lockdown for most of 2020 and early 2021 kept mileages down). I hadn’t planned to have two bikes or whatever but I didn’t want to let it go so I bought my 2019 V9 Bobber Sport. So that’s it. After 30 years continuous road riding on all sorts I’ve ended up with two stunning (in my eyes) Guzzi’s. Just digging into the forums to find my feet. I will try to post some pictures below.

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GTM®

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2013 V7 Racer ZGULWU026DM100538
Nice, thanks for the post and HNY. Love to get your city and date of purchase for the first post here. Already added your info (otherwise) there.
Also, worthy of note, if you do not have a rear support for your exhaust, it will crack at the cylinder heads. It cannot hang from the motor with no additional support. I see this often, so trying to save you the headache and expense for when they crack (they will). or you can ignore me like most do. ;)
 

arfingdog

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Dec 18, 2021
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Northern Virginia, USA
I didn't see a special Intro area, so hopefully it's OK to post this here. I own a few other bikes, but felt I should own an Italian bike at least once in my life, and Moto Guzzi has been on my mind for that role for a while. I went to the local dealer to look at a new 850 classic, but also looked at a barely ridden (1250 miles) 2018 V7 Milano. I didn't really need the extra power and all of the 850--that's not what I was getting the Guzzi for anyway--and the savings on the used bike was substantial. So, I'm now a happy Moto Guzzi owner--who might not get to ride his bike for a couple of months, depending on the weather! :-(
VIN: ZGULDU015JM000116

2018 Moto Guzzi V7 III Milano sm
 
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GTM®

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Hi, I'm Mattia from Milano (Italy)
Congrats for the beautiful web site and for this forum very rich of informations.
I'm a Guzzi rider and the follow it's my V7 Café Classic 2009.
Ciao Mattia, and welcome to the GT Forum & Guzzi Famiglia. Thanks for posting a photo of your V7 Cafe. In the States, that us a 2010 model year, as 2009 is ONLY a white Classic. I would love to get your VIN# and related for the first post of this thread. Hope to see you here often!
 
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