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    Registered User Array CanadianBird's Avatar
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    This Could Beat N. California.

    Fast forward unless you speak the language. I don't encourage this type of riding. Mainly b/c I can't ride like this.
    Full Yoshi SS, Galfer wave rotors, Goodridge steel lines, Hel oil lines, Corbin GFL, Penske rear, RaceTech front, Hids, Givi hard bags with full lighting kit, Dyna Coils, K&N, Samco rad hoses, 9500ix/iQ, Pazzo, some bling, some CF.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanadianBird View Post

    Fast forward unless you speak the language. I don't encourage this type of riding. Mainly b/c I can't ride like this.
    CRIES. Damn, bring those types of roads here...

    That gave me "heart palpitations"
    LIFES A BITCH...... Then you just do it all over again

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    And how many cars were visible in 10 minutes? Basically zero.. Unbelievable.
    My bikes: A random assortment of junk I found in a barn and fixed up.

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    nice looking road
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    Registered User Array doser's Avatar
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    fantastic! great find. maybe one day...

    (never ridden in Italy, but I've travelled/driven there, and the road networks are superb for motorcycling, maybe moreso in the 'ordinary' areas than in the tourist centres in the Dolomites, etc, which are ridiculously spectacular, but extremely crowded. also in Italy (and Spain) there is a strong motorcycle culture, so the locals tolerate some pretty outrageous riding, and 'give way' to allow bikes thru, etc.
    yah, one day, for sure...)
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