Help! I'm trapped in here
It is nice, but perhaps a little overly painted?Spotted this really nice old Laverda out for a run, then came across it parked up.
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I did think it was a little gaudy . Nice to see a laverda, I can't remember the last time I saw one in the wild. My first ever ride on a motorbike was on the back of my uncles Laverda Mistral when I was 10 or 11.It is nice, but perhaps a little overly painted?
I would have gone with chrome mudguards, polished brake drums & forks.
(I did a quick google image search before i replied & think that the colour scheme is done to the owners taste rather than OG?)
I am enjoying the riding position of my Tuono, but, after having a fully faired bike for so long i am not so thrilled with wind buffer. I decided to treat myself to a double bubble screen. What should be a five minute job is made time consuming because the mounting lugs are concealed behind loads of fiddley, awkward to get at screws. After spending well over an hour fitting it, i find things are much as they were with the standard screen!I did a couple of minor mods in the last few weeks
Hope everyone is enjoying their riding.
My fairing is the top of my crash helmet.......and it's got a few stone chips already..........I am enjoying the riding position of my Tuono, but, after having a fully faired bike for so long i am not so thrilled with wind buffer.
Fair play to you.Earlier this year my daughter's horse was put to sleep after liver failure. In order to buy another I sold my Ducati to we buy any bike. The price was ok but it was painful to see it go.
After a while we've ended up with 2 horses and I managed a promotion at work. I've been looking at adverts and spotted my Ducati for sale not too far away. Three weeks ago I went to view it and bought it back. This little exercise has cost me about £1,600 and people think I'm daft for doing it. A Ducati Monster 1100 Evo is a wonderful bike though and suits my ageing body and riding style.