Something from Rome

I've said it before and I'll say it again.

How did they keep all those Italian bikes running that long?
 
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Here's the clip that settled my Italian bike purchase for me. Disregard this toolboxes rather um... eccentric line through the corner and turn the volume up. :thumbsup:


The Moto Guzzi does display one "classic" Italian bike habit though. She marks her territory. I dunno yet if it's just from the breather or what but after a decent ride, I get one or two drops of oil under her. Not too concerned and she's under warranty, but I found it pretty damn funny.

The Dry clutch takes some getting used to as well. Otherwise, it's comfy, cool, and different. I park this thing in amongst a bunch of sportbikes or Harley's and folks will walk right past them to get a look at the Griso. Something to be said for being on the weird bike with the engine in there sideways.
 
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The Dry clutch takes some getting used to as well.

Do you get people pulling up next to you at a light and rolling down their windows to yell, " HEY YOUR BIKE IS MAKING A HELL OF A NOISE. IS IT BROKEN?"

I just yell back, "IT'S NOT BROKEN. IT'S ITALIAN!"
 
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