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Default A vid for Guzzi guys

Well, actually it's just a cool vid taken by a guy doing a 2500 miler on his Guzzi back in 2010.

Great production values and some great country including Pops back yard.

Guy has a laid back sense of humor that I got a kick out of and it fleshes out what would otherwise be just another Go Pro travelogue.

I got the red bike all tore apart but if I get it back together today I think I'll do the ridge.


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Thanks ever so much for finding and sharing that Pop. It was amazing, amusing and frustrating all at the same time. Frustrating because I can't begin to do a video like that, or any other for that matter.
Ever since I laid eyes on one, I have had a soft spot in my heart (and head) for Moto Guzzi. The name kinda rolls off your tongue. I fantasize owning a Maserati Quattro Porte, just so I can say it. But I'm a lot closer to stuffing a new Fiat 500 Abarth in the garage than a Maserati.

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I got the red bike all tore apart but if I get it back together today I think I'll do the ridge.
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