A handcrafted Italian motorbike – does it get any cooler?
When you buy a Moto Guzzi, you buy the 95-year-old story of the brand as well. That is, the fact the new Moto Guzzi V9 was hand-built in the historic Moto Guzzi factory on the shores of Lake Como in Mandello Del Lario. And the fact the V9 features the iconic Moto Guzzi transverse 90◦ V-Twin engine first introduced in 1967.
The V9 is the lightest mid-size cruiser on the market and provides supreme handling on the city streets and old fashion fun on the wide open road. Complete with Anti-Lock Braking System, Moto Guzzi Controllo di Trazione (Traction Control) and the platform for the Moto Guzzi Multimedia application (available as an accessory), the new V9 is offered in two variants.
The V9 Roamer (below) is an elegant cruiser that references its predecessors in style and design. A gloss pearl paint scheme is coupled with chrome mechanical details, making it quintessentially “Moto Guzzi”. Available in “Giallo Solare”, “Bianco Classico” and “Rosso Rubino”, it’s offered in Oz for a recommended ride away price of $16.5K.
The V9 Bobber (below) displays the famous minimalistic style made famous in post-WWII USA, a fusion of blacked out mechanical details, matte colour scheme, 16” matte black rims with an oversized 130 mm front tyre and blacked out exhaust weld. Also $16.5K ride away.
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