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#1 VBsypder

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Posted 18 February 2010 - 11:06 PM

I'm working on a getting a 3 year tour (job) in Naples, Italy. I'm not so concerned about what the riding is like, but I am interested in the laws.
Is a Spyder considered to be a motorcycle, and the corresponding laws that come with a bike?
Are there limitations or special considerations?
I know dealer support isnít available, but has anyone needed work done while in Italy?
I think you folks get the idea of what Iím looking for, so I welcome any input.
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Posted 19 February 2010 - 06:58 AM

I'm working on a getting a 3 year tour (job) in Naples, Italy. I'm not so concerned about what the riding is like, but I am interested in the laws.
Is a Spyder considered to be a motorcycle, and the corresponding laws that come with a bike?
Are there limitations or special considerations?
I know dealer support isn’t available, but has anyone needed work done while in Italy?
I think you folks get the idea of what I’m looking for, so I welcome any input.



Hi there. I'm not sure about their laws and such, but I hear the riding in Italy is just amazing, fantastic roads and country sides. In fact, I hope to vacation there this year and I'm REALLY hoping a Spyder is available for rent.

Spyder rentals in Italy - you interested?

Edited by groundeffect, 19 February 2010 - 06:58 AM.


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Posted 02 March 2010 - 02:39 AM

Hi there. I'm not sure about their laws and such, but I hear the riding in Italy is just amazing, fantastic roads and country sides. In fact, I hope to vacation there this year and I'm REALLY hoping a Spyder is available for rent.

Spyder rentals in Italy - you interested?


there is a distributer for italy ...
http://www.bluedream.it/
and a list for hiring in germany (munic is the nearest)
http://www.erento.co...n/top/Roadster/
and there are the best biker-streets of the world ( the alps..)
greetings from austria
chris

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Posted 02 March 2010 - 05:50 AM

Here is some info.

http://www.lifeinita...le-riding-3.asp

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Posted 02 March 2010 - 04:58 PM

there is a distributer for italy ...
http://www.bluedream.it/
and a list for hiring in germany (munic is the nearest)
http://www.erento.co...n/top/Roadster/
and there are the best biker-streets of the world ( the alps..)
greetings from austria
chris



The better half and I are moving to Ramsau Am Dachstein, near Salzburg in April. We are going to be running a small Guest House specialising in Biking during the summer. We hope to have a few bikes and another Spyder to rent out but that is likely to be 2011.

This will be our humble abode www.pensionhausmaria.com

Ali




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