I've been into Guzzi's since my first, a Lemans Mk II. I enjoy touring and just general punting around S.E. Queensland
This is my first Guzzi. I have had most of the Italian brands and love them all. This one does it all, and I am enjoying the ability to get off the tarmac and explore some little used dirt roads around the Adelaide hills. Hopefully this won't be the only Guzzi I get to own.
I'm retired. I've been riding since 1983. I've had Jap bikes until the Guzzi, (Suzuki, Yamaha, Kawasaki)
There is not much to say. I love the bike and the wife loves being on the back. I am planning a tour of North Queensland.
USA import ~18k miles. Almost on the road.
I'm back on the bike after fifteen years off. Last bike was a Moto Morini 500 sport and a Strada before that one. Last bike was sadly sold when I moved to the UK. Now back in Vic and I'm enjoying the Moto Guzzi a hell of a lot.
new to the guzzi world but been riding 35 years
I have an 1983 850 T4. It is my late father's bike, actually, which I have returned to the road. Dad purchased the bike in Italy new and rode with my mother around Europe. I dig this bike despite old bike challenges. I ride most weeks and enjoy loading the camel up going away for days.
I rode Triumph Thundebirds about 45 years ago. I purchased a Breva 1100 in 2014. This proved to be too large for my inner seam and had reversed brake / gear pedals. Later I found a buyer for the 1100 and sat back waiting for the V7II to come out. I purchased the 2015 V7II mainly because it had ABS brakes. I'm happy with the purchase, but I have changed the suspension using IKON rear shocks and front springs.