About: Moto Guzzi
Moto Guzzi is the oldest motorcycle manufacturer in Europe which was founded in 1921 in Mondello del Lario, Italy.
Nowadays, Moto Guzzi motorcycles are easily recognizable because of the unique shape of their engines. These transverse 90 degree V-Twin engines have an air cooling system and are built at a 90 degrees.
Moto Guzzi loves its supporters. Every September they organize GMG (Giomate Mondiali Guzzi) which has up to 15000 participants and owners of Moto Guzzi vehicles.
History: Moto Guzzi
In 1928, the company manufactured a Guzzi G.T. Motorcycle that later was renamed to Norge (in Norwegian means Norway). The motorcycle got this nickname after an expedition to the northernmost point of Norway – North Cape. Nowadays, all touring bikes have the word “Norge” as a proud component of their names. In 1939, they produced Airone 250 (in Italian this means Heron). It became the best selling medium capacity motorcycle for 15 years in Italy. After World War II, the Guzzino 65 Cardellino was engineered and became Europe's bestseller for the next 10 years. During the 1950's, Moto Guzzi became the first company to built a wind tunnel to test their motorcycles. In the 1960's, the company presented their legendary V-Twin engine. In 2004, Moto Guzzi became a part of the largest motorcycle manufacturer in Europe – Piaggio.
Since Moto Guzzi was established and until 1957, their motorcycles were very successful in numerous races. Before the end of their first year, Moto Guzzi motorcycles won Targa Florio. The next 36 years were pretty glorious for the Moto Guzzi motorcycles – they won 14 titles at the Moto GP and 11 Tourist Trophies. In 2006, the company made the decision to come back to sports and racing. At no surprise, they have won 2 heats at Battle of Twins race which took place at the Daytona Gianfranco Guareschi circuit. The next year, they scored another double victory and manufactured a new motorcycle dubbed Moto Guzzi 1200 Sport to commemorate this.
Models: Moto Guzzi
Moto Guzzi engineered and manufactured a number of great vehicles. One of these legendary models is MG Norge. Like all other motorcycles this company built, it has their famous V-Twin engine which is build to ride on any road, and to withstand crashes. This engine, unlike its BMW twin which is built at 180 degrees, has transverse cylinder heads that stick out on both sides of MG motorcycle, and is built at 90 degrees. This adds one more unique feature to the bikes – it makes them narrower than the competitors' motorcycles; therefore, making it easier to go off the road. These motorcycles have great breaking and control systems that are built into all Moto Guzzi vehicles.
The Moto Guzzi California motorcycle is a true legend. It is one of the rarest choppers out there.
The Moto Guzzi Scrambler motorcycle has a very interesting design that goes together with its engine.
The Moto Guzzi Breva motorcycle is an outstanding representative of Italian naked segment.
Service: Moto Guzzi
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