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Hi from Spain

Tell us a little about you, and of course... about your bike!!

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Hi from Spain

Post by eLaLeVOC » Fri Mar 15, 2019 5:25 am

Hi, I´m Alejandro, eLaLe for my friends.

I`m from Spain and I have a Virago 250 `97 wich I customized with the uncountable help Virago Owners Community forum (VOC).



That forum nowadays is a family for my, I did lot of travels and meetings around Spain and Europe also.

Now I´m on my second project, a XV750 ´82. More ambitious than the first because I will change tank, brakes, forks, wheels and all the changes wich I did on my first one.

I decided to enter on this community too because on my country the laws about modifications on vehicles are so straight and I´m sure on that forum the customizations are biggers and I can find ideas.

On the other hand on my country the Xv750 monoshock is a unusual model and here is more common.

Best regards for all, sorry about my bad english.

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What Virago you Own: 1996 Virago Special XV1100SH
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Re: Hi from Spain

Post by ViragoJoe » Fri Mar 15, 2019 7:05 am

Welcome to the Virago Help forum.

Don't worry about your English it is far better than our Spanish!

I couldn't get your links to work, but was able to get to the site you spoke of with this link:
1996 XV1100SH Virago Special
"Never ride faster than your Guardian Angel can fly!!"

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What Virago you Own: XV535 1994 Virago

Re: Hi from Spain

Post by geezyrider » Sat Mar 16, 2019 9:08 am

Hi Alejendro,
And welcome to the forum. I am Hal Thomson, also called the "Geezy Rider". We have lots of great cruising here in Washington state on the West coast of America. And I bet you do too. I would love to ride in Spain, but sadly I have never been to Europe. I admire your ability to rebuild your bikes. And this forum is great, and I got a lot of help for my 1994 Virago XV535 here. And also own a 1982 Honda Silverwing. Keep the rubber to the road, Hombre!
May the wind be at Your Back.
And the Sun be on Your shoulder.
Don't You ever quit that Cruising.
Even when You get much older!

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