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Originally posted by Gerd.Holler@Sep 24 2006, 11:34 AM

@ Sankar73

@ RRR

MotoGuzzi keeps on flying - no need to do fast decisions.

Just keep on dreaming, and one day....you'll make it.

 

Stay in touch with the V11-world:

MotoGuzzi V11 - Forum (english speaking) http://www.v11lemans.com/forums/

 

-M-

 

P.S. My Guzzi is being shipped to Europe in 2 weeks time.

One Guzzi less on Singapore roads....sad!

I will miss Singapore!

Picture: My transportation pallet.

Bike will be mounted on it,

and then fork-lifted into a 45" container,

with the rest of my household goods.

http://www.mogdoc.com/fotos/Guzzi2/Guzzi_Palette.JPG

I also dream of owning a BMW GS1200, a Ducati Monster, a HondaGoldwing, a KTM duke.... some many dreams but only one small problem.... no $$$$ to fulfill all :cheeky: ...

 

I don't think you'll miss Singapore that much once you hit the big trafficless open roads in Europe... full trottle all the way....zrrrooommmmm:bouncefire: ...

 

have a safe trip home .....

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Moto Guzzi will be having a launch party this coming 22nd Nov at Red Dot museum

3 models will be in the limelight for the launch party.

and we are not talking about beautiful girls...but better!

 

Its Griso, Breva and the California Vintage.

 

this party is based solely on RSVP and has limited Invites.

Selection for RSVP are based on organiser's criteria.

 

Interested parties can send me an email at

[email protected] or to my colleague [email protected]

with the title MG LAUNCH PARTY and including your particulars as below

 

NAME

NRIC

MOBILE CONTACT

RESIDENTIAL ADDRESS

EMAIL ADDRESS

OCCUPATION

LICENSE OBTAINED

CURRENT BIKE

 

We will get back to u asap. Thanks. ;)

-BREMBO-

My Bike Blogs!

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Wanna thank all who participated for celebrating the launch of Moto Guzzi with us at Red Dot Museum on the 22nd Nov. It was a pleasure to have you with us and we hope you had an enjoyable evening.

 

Test rides of Griso and Breva are now available at our showroom and we would like to extend an exclusive invitation to you guys to test the bikes.

 

I will be available to assist you with full information of the various models and the attractive offers we have in store for you.

 

Call to secure a test ride appointment today.

-BREMBO-

My Bike Blogs!

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Hi guys,

 

Few days ago I went down to visit the new Moto Guzzi show-room in 19 Genting rd, I really was surprised for the "clean and professional looking of it". The Sales in charge bring me to visit the workshop too and I think is one step higher of any workshop in town.

 

The bikes are really amazing! The Griso is a "musclebike" expecially in yellow. I think I'm going to buy one soon. In addition they are giving two years unlimited guarantee with many other beneficts. The good thinks that is now handle direct by MG and not from some distributor/dealer incompetent and disorganized with after sales.

 

Must see.:cry:

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Juz curious .. does the new distributor of MG support the older models i.e. V11s, California etc?

 

Cheers

 

Cat

... what you looking at? Never seen a cow that wants to go places ????! ...

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Originally posted by Brembo@May 11, 2007 09:05 am

Carl bro!

 

Did I inform you about the next MG launch?

Please contact me if you see this msg.

Cus there is quite a couple of invitees I am looking out for...

you are one of them! ;)

hi John,

 

Carl13 = Lester :cheeky:

 

and yes, i've sms-ed you my mailing address.. thanks for the invite..

Its a Mod Thing.. you'll not understand...

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Carl bro!

 

Did I inform you about the next MG launch?

 

What launch? Hmmm, very classy the last launch ...

 

Cheers

 

Cat

... what you looking at? Never seen a cow that wants to go places ????! ...

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no problem coolcat, more on the 2008 V7 Classic:thumb:

 

Quoted from MCN

 

Milan Show: Moto Guzzi V7 Classic launched

By Chris Newbigging

 

Based on Moto Guzzi’s Breva 750, the new V7 Classic should offer an easy ride for inexperienced Guzzi fans, with only 50bhp from the 750cc air-cooled twin.

 

The engine is the older design with only two-valves per cylinder, but it should mean low and mid-range power is strong enough for most potential V7 Classic owners.

 

The frame is a simple tubular steel cradle, and suspension is taken care of by simple right-way up forks and retro twin shock absorbers. A single Brembo caliper and disc at the front provides user-friendly stopping, and helps keep costs down too. Wheels are spoked chrome rims with tubed classic-look tyres.

 

The styling claimed to take inspiration from several variants of the original V7 (which first went into production forty years ago, and was the first Moto Guzzi to use a v-twin engine) – the tank is said to be styled like the V7 Sport, and the chromed parts take their cue from the V7 Special. But the overall result is a bike that bears uncanny similarity to the rival Triumph Bonneville and the more expensive Ducati GT1000 – the view from behind in particular is startlingly close to the Bonneville

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Seems like Guzzi is trying to build up a young fan base; using smaller models. Same strategy that BMW is adopting now.

 

All in all, the V7 is a good looking retro machine; may even hit the older baby boomers market who are looking for a simple charmind ride.

 

Hope we get to see one at Piaggio.

 

Cheers

 

Cat

... what you looking at? Never seen a cow that wants to go places ????! ...

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