Got the 850T as a basket case - am building it up into a cafe style bike over the next few months.
Moto Guzzi and Ducati collector/enthusiast
Had the lemon for a while now - it just runs & runs tho I felt I should get a newer bike for commuting and the bellagio fitted the bill very well. I am slowly converting it to more of a cafe style racer with clip ons, new tank and new pipes ;)
Long time riding.First Guzzi ride was in the '70s on a V7.A lovely old tractor.Went on to ride just about everything else over the next 30 years & now enjoying the Spot and Cali.
bikes: T3 Cali
I've just bought a T3 Cali from Graham Ravell. He did his back big time about 7 years
ago and the bike sat unused for about five. I've had it tidied up a bit and
registered, but I don't think it's quite right yet and I don't know enough about
Guzzi's to know why I think that.
I think it's basically sound but it needs expert eyes and ears, and I need to learn.
We're in Melbourne. My wife and I both ride though we're new (just gone on full licences). This is an ambitious second bike to be sure, but I think I'm going to love it when it's sorted out properly, and it beats the crap out of riding some Harley or rice burner
Only back on bikes last few years. Harley to be sold getting to heavy for me. Ride Bonnie with local Classic Club. AJS being restored. Although 2002 Nevada just purchased has only 31 kms on clock and never previously registered. Hope to attend venues in norther Vic.
Semi retired and decided to return to bike riding after some years of absence. Purchased the Guzzi as I like most things Italian. Not had the opportunity to ride much as part time work has got in the way. The only consolation being I can ride from the upper Mountains to Penrith to work once a week, some 100km return journey.
I've owned the bike for a week. I purchased it from a guy in Brisbane. I own five other bikes, all dirt bikes. This is my first road bike, and I love it!