GMG 100 years

We have been waiting for this for a long time. For over a year, which has felt like a hundred, equal to the number of years since the beginning of that magical story which has become materialized in these Moto Guzzi bikes that we love so much. Here [...]

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From TT to series production.

1927, Tourist Trophy. Carlo Guzzi writes to Angelo Parodi communicating "live" the changes to be made based on the problems that emerged during the race, such as the frame breaking. Guzzi demands two internal reinforcement tubes for the 250; he compl[...]

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Sport 14

The despair of historians and collectors: a bike that was developed step-by-step over a (nearly) two year period: first the fins increased on the head and cylinder, then front drum brake, widened fenders, new saddle and new silencer, then again alumi[...]

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North Cape.

A classic, and still a bucket-list destination in the hearts of motorcyclists. But who made it so? Again, it was Giuseppe Guzzi, who - thanks to his intolerance to the heat - and in the middle of a controversy about having baptized the GT with the na[...]

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Naco and Norge.

The stellar history of Moto Guzzi is studded with special men, often unseen and out of the limelight. Giuseppe Guzzi, Carlo's brother, joined the factory when the first technical department was born in 1927, and its supervision was entrusted to him a[...]

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60 hp / liter.

Motociclismo magazine, analyzing the new Moto Guzzi 250, can't contain its enthusiasm: "The Guzzi engine's power is so impressive that it makes the performance of all the major Grand Prix car manufacturers - except Bugatti - pale in comparison, and s[...]

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250.

1926. Carlo Guzzi imagines developing a 250, initially for competition. He designs a motorcycle utilizing many of the winning ideas of the 500 'in a small package', with 60 horsepower / liter, which through continual development will lead to 3 world [...]

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What is the secret of success?

Moto Guzzi has remained a continually growing and highly successful company worldwide. Why? Certainly thanks to innovation, intuition, technical and organizational skills, and to funding ... But, at a less obvious but more fundamental level, was the [...]

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42 wins and 50 records.

1925: the C4V is still the bike to beat. Despite tragically losing Guido Mentasti, Moto Guzzi continues to win, with Primo Moretti, Guido Corti, Amedeo Ruggeri and Pietro Ghersi who, without a crash on the last lap, would have finished in overwhelmin[...]

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