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Yancy
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PostSubject: Considering a GRiSO   Considering a GRiSO Icon_minitime1Sun Oct 27, 2019 9:09 pm

Hi
Thinking of getting a new GRiSO. Deals on the few remaining new old stock Grisos look awfully good. The only new bike I've ever owned was the 1982 Yamaha DT 100 my mom bought me to get me started. Currently riding a 2002 Moto Guzzi California Stone and a 2002 Suzuki Hayabusa streetfighter. I will be selling the 'busa if I get the GRiSO. I picked up the California last year and I love that bike. Been on the 'busa 14 years[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
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PostSubject: Re: Considering a GRiSO   Considering a GRiSO Icon_minitime1Sun Oct 27, 2019 9:22 pm

Welcome to the Ghetto, Yancy. The GRiSO is obviously not a Hayabusa, but I would choose the GRiSO any day.

PS, I dig Albuquerque, did a project there a few years ago at Fire Station #2. Been up to Sandia Peak a couple of times, once on my 1100 GRiSO and again last summer on my 2002 California with a sidecar. Great views of the whole valley and a short, but fun ride up and down.

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Yancy
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PostSubject: Re: Considering a GRiSO   Considering a GRiSO Icon_minitime1Mon Oct 28, 2019 8:46 pm

That ride up Sandia Peak is a blast. Just 45 miles from my front door to the top. Starting to get a little nippy up there now. I'm a singer songwriter and I've been thinking I would like to tour on my California so that sidecar rig sounds pretty sweet. Thanks for welcoming me to the Getto.

PS, The Fire Rocket is fantastic! My wife has been involved with public art projects in Albuquerque as a grant writer and formerly the director of the Harwood Art Center. She also founded The Art of Revolution with her friend and collaborator Naomi Natale. They did a remarkable project called One Million Bones in 2013.
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PostSubject: Re: Considering a GRiSO   Considering a GRiSO Icon_minitime1Mon Oct 28, 2019 10:05 pm


Welcome Yancy.


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PostSubject: Re: Considering a GRiSO   Considering a GRiSO Icon_minitime1Tue Oct 29, 2019 12:21 pm

Yancy wrote:
That ride up Sandia Peak is a blast. Just 45 miles from my front door to the top. Starting to get a little nippy up there now. I'm a singer songwriter and I've been thinking I would like to tour on my California so that sidecar rig sounds pretty sweet. Thanks for welcoming me to the Getto.

PS, The Fire Rocket is fantastic! My wife has been involved with public art projects in Albuquerque as a grant writer and formerly the director of the Harwood Art Center. She also founded The Art of Revolution with her friend and collaborator Naomi Natale. They did a remarkable project called One Million Bones in 2013.

Just watched a couple of videos about the One Million Bones project, pretty inspirational, very moving. Well done.
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PostSubject: Re: Considering a GRiSO   Considering a GRiSO Icon_minitime1Tue Oct 29, 2019 3:12 pm

Hello Yancy. Welcome, bienvenue cheers
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