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Nice jolly around Derbyshire way almost 150 miles. Riding with friend on his guzzi. So chain no maintenance for us which was good because it was filthy out there.
Muffs were ugly but excellent but definitely need handguards because at speed wind pressure makes clutch operation difficult.
Better days are coming saw a nice drift of snowdrops. Favorite parking spot at bike shop with the big SCR poster.
Ride them whilst you can.
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Nice jolly around Derbyshire way almost 150 miles. Riding with friend on his guzzi. So chain no maintenance for us which was good because it was filthy out there.
Muffs were ugly but excellent but definitely need handguards because at speed wind pressure makes clutch operation difficult.
Better days are coming saw a nice drift of snowdrops. Favorite parking spot at bike shop with the big SCR poster.
Ride them whilst you can.
I only have one thing to say to this……

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Nice jolly around Derbyshire way almost 150 miles. Riding with friend on his guzzi. So chain no maintenance for us which was good because it was filthy out there.
Muffs were ugly but excellent but definitely need handguards because at speed wind pressure makes clutch operation difficult.
Better days are coming saw a nice drift of snowdrops. Favorite parking spot at bike shop with the big SCR poster.
Ride them whilst you can.
In all seriousness though, Guzzi V9 is one of the very few bikes currently available I’d consider swapping for, especially with the more powerful V85-derived engine now in it.

Did you have a sit on it - what did you think? I always thought if anything, they’d be too small, but looking at it by your SCR, they look pretty much the same size to me. Looks like he has Mivv silencers on it too……nniicccceeee.

Looks like the heads get completely covered in shite when out-and-about tho! My god, he’ll have some cleaning to do :ROFLMAO:

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Well we both had some cleaning today gray is a friend of mine and like us he is very anti inline 4. He is desperate to try SCR but will wait for more favorable conditions and no muffs! Before we do a bike swop.
Toured Scotland with him once and he was riding a griso with termi pipes think he as had buells too.
Me and poster boy missed you obvs but we will get out soon. Maybe a biker breakfast.
 

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Yay, love the Breakfast, not so sure about the muffs, but form dictated by function I guess.
I notice the side panels are sticker less, on hold for better weather? 😎🏍
Stickers are on hold, until project hand guards is completed, life is never simple and Yamaha welding solid slugs of metal in handle bar ends as not helped.
 
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