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List of Moto Guzzi

This is a list of motorcycles by Moto Guzzi .


2003 saw the start of a substantial in Moto Guzzi’s lineup and work, beginning with the of a new V-twin in three displacements first Euro 3 compliant in the world.) A succession of new models has

Bellagio (936 cc) (since named after a town Lake Como from the Guzzi headquarters — features styling, and a matt-black paint With a standard riding the Bellagio was introduced at EICMA (tentatively named the 940 Custom), with a new 1,200 cc, 8-valve a 940 cc 4-valve engine, the new 1200 and Norge 850. not currently available in North a recent Piaggio press indicates the Bellagio is key to Guzzi’s American presence

Breva – after a breeze that across the Lago di Lecco, whose shores the factory is three configurations: 750, 850 and The two larger models differ from the 750—feauring the CARC and enhanced performance.

Breva 750 (744 cc) (since 2002): a motorcycle formally introduced to the at Intermot 2002, Munich — the Nevada features the ‘small engine derived directly the engine Carcano designed for in the mid-sixties and Tonti refined: the V-twin, rated at 48 bhp With its ease of maintenance, and even, flat torque the engine design remains to everyday, real-world situations.

To mark the rejuvenation of Moto the first Breva 750 was delivered to its on April 7, 2003 in a special at the Mandello works. Likewise, the 100 Breva 750’s were to their Italian dealers in a ceremony on March 26, 2003 at del Lario headquarters on the occasion of the anniversary.

Breva 850 (877 cc) 2006): a variation featuring the 850 not available in the US.

Breva 1100/1100 ABS cc) (since 2005): introduced in in 2005 and in the US in 2006. Breva ABS not available in the US.

Main article: Guzzi California

California (1,064 cc) (since 2005): after and heavily recalling earlier police-styled California introduced originally in 1970 — 36 later, the ‘vintage’ introduced in a riding posture between and Standard, new graphics, spoked chrome mudguards, throttle guards, integrated front coordinated panniers protected chromed steel tubes, luggage rack, foot heated handgrips (Europe), steel fenders, large supplementary fog lights, black and paint scheme, two-toned 1100 cc air-cooled V-twin, from the Breva 1100, spark cylinder heads, (55 kW) at 6,400 rpm and 94 Nm of at 5,000 rpm.

California Classic cc): variation of the California not available in the US, sans panniers and equipment. Technically identical to Vintage.

Griso 1100 cc) (since 2005): literally one, named after a character in the famous Italian saga The Betrothed — a riding between Sport and Standard ; saw light as a prototype at EICMA in Milan, when Moto was still owned by Aprilia. Piaggio absorbed Moto they proceeded (in house) to develop the Griso for production, Guzzi’s historic V-twin to the new bike. In keeping with the hard-edged, techno-custom styling, an oil radiator graces the right of the engine, in plain view.

Griso 8V In September 2007 at Moto Guzzi introduced the 8V . featuring a heavily revised with 4 valves per cylinder. news wrote: in doing so, the Griso has been transformed a lumbering yet evocative old-school into a charging rhino of a with true 140 mph potential. At 1,151 cc, the engine has heavily revised, and the bike now an unusual exhaust with a ‘8’ at the rear, revised brakes, and seat.

Griso 850 (877 cc) 2006): variation of the Griso the 850 engine, not available in the US.

Nevada 750 i.e. (744 cc) (since named after the previous Nevada (1991–2001) — first May 2004; meets Euro 2 standard; low seat height standard riding posture, weight (184 kg dry); for around town, short and distance touring; compared to carbureted model: 383 components out of a of 441 components redesigned or renewed; the entry level custom shaft drive, electronic very similar in spec to the 750.

Norge 1200 (1,134 cc) 2005): a GT (Gran Turismo) that derives its name the original GT Norge famous for a 4,000-mile (6,400 km) test in 1928 —from the company in Italy to just inside the Circle of Norway’s Capo — to prove its suspension prototype: the first rear swingarm Moto Guzzi celebrated the Norge introduction by re-tracing the ride. Reinforcing Moto history, the design of the Norge and its was refined in the company’s historic tunnel at the Mandello del Lario

Norge 850 (877 cc) (since a variation of the Norge model, with the 850 engine, not available in the US.

1200 (1,134 cc) (since named after the famous Pass in the Italian Alps, adventure touring type of sport motorbike is directly at the market defined by the highly-succesful BMW GS. It is (2011) available in two versions the Stelvio ABS and the Stelvio NTX. both models of Stelvio can be to be toward the road-biased end of the adventure spectrum, the NTX version has been with parts that it more suitable to rough (spoked wheels, sump crash rails).

1200 Sport ABS (1,151 cc) (since originally to have been the Breva S — introduced at Intermot in Cologne, heavily revised of the 90°, 1,151 cc V-Twin, chassis, 90° V-Twin with (70 kW) and 74 lb·ft (100 N·m) of revised intake tract, intake and exhaust ports, an exhaust system, twin plugs, lighter pistons and rods, revised oil system, mounted between the two cylinders, instruments, optional ABS, two performance kits to increase above 100 hp (70 kW). available in the US.

MGS-01 Corsa (1,222 cc) 2004) (track only): a limited production racing — introduced at Intermot 2002 Motorcycle Show) as a prototype. The had been designed starting in with the Moto Guzzi Laboratory and a team at Ghezzi-Brian— co-founder Giuseppe Ghezzi.

The features an air-cooled 1,256 cc engine with high three-segment Cosworth pistons, cylinders, bushings instead of upside-down front fork, long swinging fork in box section aluminium, rear shock absorber vertically disc hydraulic drive one-piece quick-release carbon body design, Brembo with radial mounted six-speed gearbox (as a structural of the bike) and shaft drive — in at 423 pounds (192 kg). As a pure bike, the MGS-01 Corsa was intended for a domestic Italian model, though has since raced (successfully) also in the US.

will be highly limited, bikes shipped in special crates carrying a special logo on the outside and a personalized and owners, parts and maintenance Moto Guzzi continues to engines to Ghezzi Brian for own line of production custom

Recent Awards Victories:

August 31, 2007: Winner, category, Motorcycle of the Year by Motociclismo

California Vintage and Bellagio, 31, 2007: Cruiser category, and third after the HD Night Motorcycle of the Year Awards by

The 1200 Sport, 2007: 2nd Naked category, German “Motorrad.”

Norge, March Granturismo of the Year by the readers of the Motosprint and the monthly In Moto.

The Sport, second place in the Category German fortnightly

At Daytona, Gianfranco Guareschi a Moto Guzzi MGS-01 twice won The Formula 1 class of the BOT of Twins) race on 6 and 7 March

MGS-01 Corsa: October Gianfranco Guareschi, riding a Guzzi MGS01, became Supertwins Champion.


The company has produced over models since its inception. One of its famous machines has been the Le This model was a further of the 1971 750 V7 Sport designed by engineer Lino Tonti . The V7 was planned as the first five 200 kg (441 lb), 200 kilometres per (120 mph), production motorcycle.

It a major step forward in the of a more sporting Guzzi, a more compact frame made possible by replacement of the sitting high between the with an alternator sited on the end of the at the front of the engine. The 750S and 750 S3 but it was the 850 Le Mans, with its disc and additional displacement, that up to the promise of the V7 Sport and really the public’s imagination. When the Le debuted in 1976 it was among the 5 performing road bikes

Six versions of the Le Mans have produced, designated: Le Mans, Le Mk II, Le Mans Mk III, LeMans Mk IV, Le Mk V and V11 Le Mans. The Le Mans, II and III are 850 cc, the IV and V are and the V11 Le Mans is 1,064 cc. The first two had rounded air-cooling fins on the while the latter have fins (known as round-fin and

All models have shaft Early models use 36 mm or Dell’Orto carburettors but the late V11 Le Mans are fuel injected. All the in this series are highly for their styling and performance.

Guzzi introduced the California in 1972, based on the model to the Los Angeles Police Department – European performance and maneuverability with American styling. The remained popular throughout the and 1990s and remains in the US Moto range as the California Vintage.


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