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MotoGuzzi Cruisers?

Discussion in 'Moto Club' started by ArmyCop, Nov 14, 2004.

  1. ArmyCop

    ArmyCop

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    I saw a nice 1100 MotoGuzzi Cruiser at a dealer in Columbus GA and would like to see more info on them on line. Anyone have a link [in english] for all the MotoGuzzi Bikes?
     
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    The Goose is an acquired taste. My nephew owned 2 at one time.
    Be sure to ride one before you buy it.
    I had the hots for a sport model that had 4 valve heads. Until I rode it.
     
  4. ArmyCop

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    Thanks for the link. I like the way some of the cruisers\tourers look. Wish I could test drive one...

    Any of you guys have one or know someone who does?
     
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    I had briefly ridden an 850 LeMans back in the early 80s that belonged to a friend. This was in the days of cafe racer.
     
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    What's your bike experience? What kinds of bikes have you owned in the past?
    If you are used to the smooth operation of Japanese bikes, you may be in for a surprise on the guzzi.
    Most long time Guzzi owners wouldn't have anything else.
    They do tend to be a little strange as a group however ;)