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2006-06-05 2005 Moto Guzzi California EV Touring Motorcycles View Listings

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I can not beleive Harley can stay in bussiness, while these bikes are available, everything that Harleys need is on these, great performance, brakes (once you get used to them} handling in a pretty package, A real class Bike
- Francis Pryor, Jasper, Tennessee

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2005-01-09 2004 Moto Guzzi California EV Touring Motorcycles View Listings

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This is the 2nd Guzzi I have owned. Had several other bikes but this Guzzi handles so sweet, the seat height had me on my toes, so had custom seat made which lowered the height one inch and made for a more comfortable seat. I gave it a 4 on comfort because the stock seat is not that comfy on the long haul. Otherwise all 5s. I can handle and maneuver this back better than other 1100 cc bikes I had with much lower seat heights. It is very reliable and just flows into the curves. I have the EV II with the heated grips and they are so nice in the winter. My first Guzzi was an 03 Tour, put 20,000 miles on it in 7 months, it was black/chrome, traded for heated grips and blue/chrome with blue inserts in the saddle bags. <Br> The 03 and newer have the self adjusting valves. Be prepared for lots of lookers and questions. Everywhere you go; it's a real eye catcher.
- Anonymous, Dyersburg, Tennessee

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2004-09-09 2003 Moto Guzzi California EV Touring Motorcycles View Listings

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I purchased this bike as a "backup" or second bike at the end of July 2004. I did a substantial amount of research before making a purchase decision - reliability and durability are extremely important to me, as I average about 20,000 miles a year in the saddle(in New England!). The more I read and the more owners that I talked to, the clearer it became to me that this marque is about low maintenance, reliability and long term durability. BMW's new bikes just didn't do anything for me in the style and comfort departments. SO - I bought this new '03 Guzzi EV Touring from my local dealer. The research paid off! What a GREAT bike! As I said earlier - this was to be a second bike; a backup. Well, it has pretty much become my primary ride. This bike has a very wide power band and handles like a sport bike in disguise. Lean angles possible on this bike(even with 40 litre bags attached) are NUTS for a cruiser style bike. EXCELLENT suspension with even better brakes! Beautiful, stainless spoked, TUBELESS wheels. It doesn't have the Cadillac ride of my '01 Electra Glide Classic, but it more than makes up for it in braking, handling, and all around performance. AND - the bike has TONS of personality! I've been riding for over 30 years now and I can honestly say that so far, this is one of the most satisfying bikes I've ever ridden. Maintenance is a breeze and so far the bike has been trouble free. This bike gives the impression of being built like a truck! Very high quality components include: dual Brembo four piston calipers on the front with floating 320 mm rotors; stainless braided brake lines; 280 mm rotor with Brembo caliper in the rear; linked braking system; tubeless spoked rims; 45 mm front forks with adjustable compression and rebound damping; shaft drive; Metzler tires... etc. And of course - that beautiful 90 degree V-twin! A WONDERFUL motorcycle engine - smooth, torquey, and powerful from 2000 RPM all the way up to its redline of 8000 RPM. About the only thing I can fault with this bike is the seat. I find that after about 200 miles or so, I start getting the dreaded sore tailbone and numb butt... but in the grand scheme of things this is a very minor criticism. I plan on either replacing my seat or having it re-padded and reshaped by a local shop this winter. (Also note that I am 6'2" and of large build) A great bike and one I plan on keeping for many years and many miles.
- Jeff, East Windsor, Connecticut

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