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My bro's got a Guzzi, doesn't use it much these days.

They should really stop living in the past like HD does.
 

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Wow, gettin' some resistance on this one :laugh: I like it, though I can't say I care for any other bike in Guzzi's line other than the Stelvio Adventure bike.
 

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Sorry, But Guzzi's are great bikes. They are not racers... but don't tell Dr John that. You can't break them.

I'll go out on a limb here and say that bike will still be running when your Triumph will have been scrapped and sent to china to be made into the next supersport fad.

Guzzi's are extremely durable.
 

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Sorry, But Guzzi's are great bikes. They are not racers... but don't tell Dr John that. You can't break them.

I'll go out on a limb here and say that bike will still be running when your Triumph will have been scrapped and sent to china to be made into the next supersport fad.

Guzzi's are extremely durable.
Finally, someone with taste. :thumbup:
 

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Sorry, But Guzzi's are great bikes. They are not racers... but don't tell Dr John that. You can't break them........
Someone should tell their cheap Italian electrics about this unbreakable reputation. I can't tell you how many I've seen and heard about that have fried electrics from cheap under gauged wires and poor routing.
 

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Sorry, But Guzzi's are great bikes. They are not racers... but don't tell Dr John that. You can't break them.

I'll go out on a limb here and say that bike will still be running when your Triumph will have been scrapped and sent to china to be made into the next supersport fad.

Guzzi's are extremely durable.
You mean that years and years from now that bike will still be around ... looking that awful, handling that badly and going that slowly?

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Someone should tell their cheap Italian electrics about this unbreakable reputation. I can't tell you how many I've seen and heard about that have fried electrics from cheap under gauged wires and poor routing.
I guess you're right. Triumphs don't have a high frequency of electrical issues either do they. :thinking:
 

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I don't care for most of the Guzzi's, but there is something about the Griso. At first glance at the dealer, I thought it was fugly, but the more I looked at it, the more it grew on me. I was close to buying one.

Though I also own a V-Rod, so we all know how bad my tastes are. :laugh:
 

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I don't care for most of the Guzzi's, but there is something about the Griso. At first glance at the dealer, I thought it was fugly, but the more I looked at it, the more it grew on me. I was close to buying one.

Though I also own a V-Rod, so we all know how bad my tastes are. :laugh:
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