URBAN G / S OR GS?

URBAN G / S OR GS?  A reader, owner of the R NineT Urban G / S, writes to complain about inconvenience and standard equipment, but is confused by citing the other "GS" as regards the market results.  Dear director, in love at first sight with the Urban G / S, I bought it two years ago, traveling 16,000 kilometers. After two years I decided to sell this bike and buy a Guzzi. I'm sure the only thing I'll miss is the exuberant, exceptional engine. But I will not miss the absolute inconvenience on the slightest roughness of the asphalt, the need to bring oil in tow to top it up, use the odometer to know how long you have before refueling. You can't spend 15,000 euros for a Scarabeo with a wonderful engine. Sooner or later fashions will be overtaken by the true essence of motorcycling and the GS will no longer be the best-selling bike. In fact, as an old response from the editorial staff of Motociclismo to a letter from a reader states:

A reader, owner of the R NineT Urban G / S, writes to complain about inconvenience and standard equipment, but is confused by citing the other "GS" as regards the market results.

Dear director, in love at first sight with the Urban G / S, I bought it two years ago, traveling 16,000 kilometers. After two years I decided to sell this bike and buy a Guzzi. I'm sure the only thing I'll miss is the exuberant, exceptional engine. But I will not miss the absolute inconvenience on the slightest roughness of the asphalt, the need to bring oil in tow to top it up, use the odometer to know how long you have before refueling. 

You can't spend 15,000 euros for a Scarabeo with a wonderful engine. Sooner or later fashions will be overtaken by the true essence of motorcycling and the GS will no longer be the best-selling bike. In fact, as an old response from the editorial staff of Motociclismo to a letter from a reader states:

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