Moto Guzzi Reviews
Moto Guzzi is one of Italys longest lasting manufacturers, first building bikes back in 1921. Long known for its reliable single-cylinder machines, Guzzi began building transverse V-Twins in the late 60s and havent stopped since. Along with Aprilia and Vespa, Guzzi falls under the Piaggio umbrella of companies.
When Indian unveiled the Scout at Sturgis last month, it sent ripples through the motorcycle world.
One is commemorative, one retrospective, and one uniquely orthodox relative to the company’s ethos.
If you’re wondering how we feel about having bikes we just tested become obsolete: We’re stoked! Now, we have to test them again.
If, like me, you’re enamored with the masculine brutishness of the Griso, there’s a lot of bike to love.
Turns out even the old guys at MO are hip. Most of them, anyway.
The reimagined California stands as a symbol of Moto Guzzi’s new approach to designing motorcycles.
We compare the best cruisers from the United States, Italy, Japan and Great Britain. Read on to see who comes out on top.