Where is Moto Guzzi manufactured?
Mandello Del Lario, Italy – A motorcycle factory sits on the edge of Lake Como in a little town that proudly proclaims itself “La Citta della Moto Guzzi” – the city of Moto Guzzi. Artisans have been hand-fabricating motorcycle parts here since 1921. Lately the venerable Mandello plant is working overtime.
How long is a Moto Guzzi V7?
|Moto Guzzi V7 III Stone Dimensions, Aerodynamics and weight|
|Wheelbase||1,445 mm (56.9 inches)|
|Length||2,185 mm (86.0 inches)|
|Width||800 mm (31.5 inches)|
|Height||1,110 mm (43.7 inches)|
How much does a Moto Guzzi V7 racer cost?
With an MSRP of €11.2, that’s right on par with the base V7 III Racer. Unfortunately for American riders, it isn’t slated for our market yet. It is scheduled for release Europe with an €11,179 price tag. That puts it right on par with the base V7 III Racer with an MSRP of €11,170.
Which is the 10th anniversary of Moto Guzzi?
Moto Guzzi celebrates a decade of V7 Racer bikes with the 2020 V7 III Racer 10th Anniversary. The factory builds on the third and current generation V7 Racer with some café-tastic bodywork that sets it apart from the base model.
What is the MGCT system on a Moto Guzzi?
The MGCT system is adjustable with two sensitivity levels, one more conservative and ideal for use in poor grip situations such as wet or slippery roads, and the other designed to optimise safety and stability on dry roads.
How big is the fuel tank on a Moto Guzzi?
The highlight is the shiny 17-litre fuel tank, which is actually plastic with a special chrome effect process, which looks like the real thing. It has a hand-finished metallic blood-red frame, swingarm, tank badge and wheel hubs, which carry silver spoked and satin black rims.