If given the choice between a Can Am Spyder, Polaris Slingshot, Harley/Honda Trike, or this 1960's Moto Guzzi - the Italian is getting my money every day of the week. Behold, the Autoveicolo Da Montagna.
Moto Guzzi adds a touch of weird sophistication to every bike they make. It starts with that motor placement, and the individuality just seeps throughout. This year, they brought to EICMA what all the cool kids brought to EICMA – a Scrambler, but they also brought a heavy weight surprise.
Moto Guzzi is set to release the V9 Bobber above, as well as a second version they’re calling the Roamer V9 at EICMA next week. Oh, and they have a wee little update which brings their RSV4 superbike up to TWO HUNDRED AND THIRTY FREAKING HORSEPOWER.
You know what I do when I need to take a quick break from writing about motorcycles? I sit back and scroll through Instagram pics of motorcycles. Chances are, you do the same, so here are some accounts you should make sure you’re following.
Moto Guzzi is offering up 50 special edition V7 Racers inspired by the 1971 Telaio Rosso Moto Guzzi V7 Sport. They're only for the U.S. and coming next month, with pricing set at $10,999.
My friends and I rounded up four of the best modern classics we could find - a Ducati, a Triumph, a Moto Guzzi and a BMW - and hit the town.
Cruisers aren't my thing. The appeal of a bike – light, nimble, a surgical weapon to slice through traffic – is completely negated when straddling on an over-endowed barcalounger. But this Moto Guzzi MGX-21 Prototype somehow manages to overcome my distain with acres of carbon fiber badassitude.
Life can take interesting turns, but when your passion becomes your job, you pretty much nailed it. Roland Sotello, owner of Moto Guzzi specialist The Spare Parts Company in Philadelphia did just that.
Thanks to the wonderful efforts of the Moto Guzzi racing team, mankind will be able to survive a powerful hit by an alien shrinking ray with our V8-powered sports cars intact. For we have The Otto, this frantic little 30½ cubic inch jewel which powered Moto Guzzi’s Grand Prix racing motorcycles from 1955 to 1957 all…
The quirky Morgan Super Sport inspired Blackjack Zero has until this point been powered by a VW flat four air cooled motor and the occasional 2CV plant. However, based on pictures on their website, it looks like Blackjack is set to sell one to hook up to Moto Guzzi power. There's no info to back anything up at this…
Got an American Express card? Been thinking about buying a 9-3 Aero cabrio because its sheer born-from-jetsness sends you into paroxysms of Seinfeldian glee? But the price, well, she's a little steep for your blood? Your lucky day is coming soon, as on Monday, AmEx will hook you up with one for a mere 5k. Also…