Very similar, I've toured around Northern Italy, stayed at Como, and visited the Moto Guzzi show room. Amazing roads up over to Switzerland and back into Italy. Love that area, very Bavarian. We did 7 weeks in Italy, rented a car for 3 weeks, scary stuff driving in the cities , and rode trains for about for 3 weeks, then a cruise in around the Mediterranean for 7 days. fun holiday. Only good Pizza (authentic) i found was around the water fountains in Rome. Visited in October-November 2010.Quite similar to north italy.
But we have pizza!
The main thing that stops me and signals time for the bike to hibernate is the roads being salted :-(Andy~ Best social distancing is on two wheels! Speaking of riding, since I don't winterize The Beast, went for a "quickie" today. It's was a tad chilly but was nice to get out.
100% agree. There was a snow storm that came through last week and while the roads were cleared shortly thereafter, there is differently remnants of salt/sand on them. During this time of year there is no blasting through the mountains or canyon carving but rather a nice leisurely ride to keep the SDR in tip-top shape as well as my mental faculties.The main thing that stops me and signals time for the bike to hibernate is the roads being salted :-(
That canyon pic....awesome again
Looking good! What can is that? How'd you mount the number plate?
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Well ebay knockoff or not, it looks cool at least! Smart idea about the plate. Not sure if that would be legal in Sweden, though.