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Posted 5/9/2005 12:37 AM (#7565)
Subject: sidecar for 1989 moto guzzi mille gt


My friend has a 1989 Moto Guzzi Mille Gt. He has to have his hips replaced (AGAIN!) He really loves riding but it will not be posible without a sidecar or on a trike. Anyone riding a sidecar on a guzzi? what are some models to look at? His sons and I would like to suprise him with one. Thanks for the help. Ride Safe. MJK
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dadbeem
Posted 5/9/2005 12:08 PM (#7572 - in reply to #7565)
Subject: RE: sidecar for 1989 moto guzzi mille gt


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i have a '98 moto guzzi V11EV with a motorvation spyder sidecar attached. i would recommend the motorvation sidecar for any guzzi. there is a picture of my rig on page 79 of the visitor's pics on the wild goose chase moto guzzi website. you can google it.
i also have a bmw/7 velorex 562 outfit and a gl1100/cali 2 outfit. the californis sidecar is more passenger friendly as it is roomier than either the motorvation or velorex hacks but the spyder is the best looking and handling of the 3.

al collins
(dadbeem, on the west coast of illinois)
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Hack'n
Posted 5/9/2005 12:42 PM (#7576 - in reply to #7572)
Subject: RE: sidecar for 1989 moto guzzi mille gt



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The new Velorex 562 Cruiser would be a good match. Good Quality, Good fit and finish, Good looking, About the right size, Affordable, Fully accessorized, and an easy installation.

Lonnie Cook
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Posted 5/9/2005 1:24 PM (#7580 - in reply to #7572)
Subject: RE: sidecar for 1989 moto guzzi mille gt


thanks for the replies. I will check them out. ride safe. MJK
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JayDauntless
Posted 5/9/2005 7:00 PM (#7587 - in reply to #7565)
Subject: RE: sidecar for 1989 moto guzzi mille gt


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We make bike specific mounts for most Guzzi's and have a new entry leval sidecar on the market called the Kenna. With non universal mounts you would be looking at $2695. We also have many more expensive sidecars.
Jay Giese
Dauntless Motors Corporation
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