I've been riding since I rocked my Dads Tiger 90 off its centre stand into the garden at age 4. First road bike at 17 years of age was a Kawasaki Mach3, and about 20 bikes later I have discovered the Griso! I've ridden around Australia once, and several times between NSW and WA .The Griso has rekindled my motorcycling interest which has been dormant singe age 55, and I'm looking forward today rides and Guzzi rallies etc.
I got my first Moto Guzzi at the beginning of 2015. I also ride a BMW R1150RT, which is my daily rider. There's also a 1975 CB750F1 in the garage getting a makeover at the moment. I like to spread the love around. I have never been totally devoted to one marque so there have been quite a few American, British and European bikes through the stable over 30 years.
Been riding dirt bikes since childhood, road bikes since having children!
Have been wanting a Daytona RS since 2007, but the stars were never in
perfect alignment for this to happen.
Bikes; Previously owned; Honda90, Honda CT125,Yamaha TT250,Cagiva WMX500, Suzuki RM465, Suzuki RMX250, Husqvarna WR360, Suzuki Katana 650.
Currently owned; Suzuki bandit 1200, Daytona RS Also have a timber ski/speed boat obsession.
Work in the Photography industry.
I got back into bikes about 10 yrs ago. I have tried a few jap bikes and BMWs, but I am really enjoying these two. I bought the Guzzi in Tassie about 4 years ago. It runs great, I Just need more time to ride ...
I'm on my 3rd LM2 / CX100. It's been a love / hate relationship with many breakdowns, but I am too stupid to just go and buy an new reliable bike.
I gave my son the T4 and we are turning it into a cafe. I'm an ex diesel fitter/mechanic and I do most of the fabrication myself. I turned one of the Nortons into a cafe using a fastback tank, seat s/covers, Yamaha XS750 forks, Suzuki DR350/650 rear wheel, crossover rear brake/gearshift pedals. It got the usual engine/trans frame stuff norton owners do.
I've had Guzzis for 25 years now. My first one a 1993 California III which I had for 17 years. Then came a Breva 750 and now my current California.
High speed aluminium tube driver by profession. Both sons ride, the oldest describes me as a solar powered rider. I've succumbed to a mid-life crisis and bought my first bike in over 30 years. So far having a ball but I don't want to ride it in the rain or when it gets dark - too many hoppy critters here in Taswegia. When not otherwise occupied, love to camp and drive the outback. I tow an AOR Quantum with a 200 series TTD Cruiser.