Is Moto Guzzi a good bike?

The retro-styled Guzzi models (Stone and Special) are wonderfully relaxed and extremely easy-going for the rider, making them ideal town bikes or gentle country cruisers. The seat is well padded, the pegs nice and low and it’s a very pleasant place to spend time.

What makes Moto Guzzi special?

Established in 1921 in Mandello del Lario, Italy, the company is noted for its historic role in Italy’s motorcycling manufacture, its prominence worldwide in motorcycle racing, and industry innovations—including the first motorcycle centre stand, wind tunnel and eight-cylinder engine.

Is Moto Guzzi V7 shaft drive?

The 2020 Moto Guzzi V7 lineup Every 2020 Moto Guzzi V7 III has a 744cc air-cooled transverse V-twin and shaft-drive, Motorcycle Cruiser reports. And unlike the vintage bike, the modern V7 has fuel injection, Brembo disc brakes, and ABS.

Are Moto Guzzi still made in Italy?

Moto Guzzi is not that kind of manufacturer. It still produces bikes that look like the bikes it built back in the Sixties and Seventies. More than that, they are still built in the same factory where the company built the very first Guzzi in 1921 – overlooking Lake Como in Mandello Del Lario, Italy.

Are Moto Guzzi hand built?

Hand built in the Mandello del Lario plant, where Moto Guzzi bikes have been turned out without interruption since 1921, the California 1400 models stand out for the attention to craftmanshipwith which each single component is assembled.

Are there different versions of the Moto Guzzi V7?

The Moto Guzzi V7, iconic and prestigiously manufactured, is now available in three versions, two touring and one sport, respectively the V7 Stone, V7 Special and the V7 Racer. Just like in 1971 when the sport version completed a range made up of the dominating V7 and V7 Special.

Which is the cheapest Moto Guzzi to buy?

The blacked-out, more basic Stone is the cheapest of all and, although spartan in standard trim, many owners tend to fit accessories and cosmetic add-ons which can be a bonus when buying used. Generally the V7 II is a fairly affordable bike to run, too. Fuel consumption can be as high as 70mpg if ridden gently, as most are.

Is the Moto Guzzi on the road to recovery?

Moto Guzzi is on the road to recovery. In 2010, the company sold slightly more than 4,000 motorcycles. But in 2013, sales jumped to almost 7,000, a big percentage gain that is still a bit lean in absolute terms. Nevertheless, the recovery is real, and it’s being led by the smallest Guzzi, the V7.

Is the Moto Guzzi stone a night pack?

In May 2019 the firm announced a new Night Pack for the Stone. Additions to the kit roster include full LED lights, a shorter rear mudguard, and a dedicated saddle with the Moto Guzzi logo embroidered.