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2016 Moto Guzzi V7 II Stornello – First Ride Review


No, you’re not imagining things. Scrambler-style bikes are everywhere these days. Triumph arguably got there first with its eponymous Scrambler back in 2008, while Ducati’s 803cc Scrambler has been selling like hotcakes over the two years it’s been available. Heck, even BMW’s ginned up a scrambler out of the R nineT platform. And that’s just the OEMs; Bike EXIF is ...

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2015 Moto Guzzi Eldorado and Audace – First Look Review

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Moto Guzzi showed two new variants on the California 1400 platform at the Italian EICMA show that will join the Touring and Custom models in U.S. dealerships in the summer of 2015. Pricing for both is TBD. Grabbing equal attention at the Guzzi stand was the MGX-21 Concept bagger, which we don’t have any details on, and don’t expect to ...

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The Handbuilt Motorcycle Show By Moto Guzzi Coming April 11-12

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A free custom motorcycle, art and entertainment showcase will be held in Austin, Texas, on Friday and Saturday, April 11 and 12, 2014, to coincide with the 2014 Red Bull Grand Prix of the Americas. Revival Cycles, an Austin-based custom motorcycle shop, has teamed up with Moto Guzzi and Circuit of the Americas to provide the free event. The Handbuilt ...

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Retrospective: Moto Guzzi Eldorado 850: 1972-1974


Change can be good, even when it’s incremental. When Moto Guzzi upped the ante with the 850 Eldorado, replacing the 750 Ambassador, it was all good. The new model had a slightly larger engine, another gear in the transmission, neither anything to complain about. This was a big, comfortable motorcycle that handled surprisingly well, if a bit slowly. Any go-fast ...

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Road Test: 2012 Moto Guzzi Stelvio NTX


If there are any stretches of paved road left in the U.S. with more than 200 miles between gas stations, I’d sure like to know about them. Highway 140 from Winnemucca, Nevada, to Lakeview, Oregon (part of the historic Winnemucca to the Sea Highway), used to be one, but now there’s gas after about 130 miles at Denio Junction. These ...

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2011 Moto Guzzi V7 Racer Road Test

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Vintage motorcycles are incredibly cool, but most riders are reluctant to put up with their drawbacks that can include meager power, lack of reliability and the potentially dangerous inconvenience of anti-stop brakes. What we would really prefer is a classic that performs like a modern bike—or a modern bike that looks like a classic. If you concur with the above, ...

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