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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Exaggerate.

Is the name given to the engine build to explore every possible solution. Perhaps the clearest example of Carlo Guzzi's attitude: trying new solutions, finding new ways, experimenting and testing in all conditions, both climatic and environmental: hi[...]

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Congratulations, Moto Guzzi.

“We do not regret the defeat, especially since it is imposed by Italian men and machines for which we feel the most sincere admiration. The best bike and the strongest champion have triumphed. We must rejoice and think seriously about the upcoming [...]

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C4V. European Champion.

The C4V was not only the first real racing bike built by Moto Guzzi. It was also the end of the party for the English motorcycles, dominating the race fields in the 500 class until then. He won from the first race, at the Circuito del Lario, and then[...]

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From 300 to 30,000.

From the first building built, which also included the home of Carlo Guzzi, the Moto Guzzi factory rapidly grows year after year to cope with the great success achieved all over the world by the motorcycle with the eagle. At its zenith, it reaches th[...]

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Winning numbers.

2 in 1922. 4 in 1923. 21 in 1924. 32 in 1925. 42 in 1926. 62 in 1927. An impressive progression, prelude to the domination of the competition fields that lasted until 1957, with a total of 3,329 victories. Nobody like her.[...]

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1923. First in mileage.

Moto Guzzis quality also becomes apparent in the mileage competition organized in Milan by Motociclismo magazine: a fierce and ambitious Valentino Gatti leads with the incredible result of 74.955 kilometers for one liter, leading the Moto Guzzi to vi[...]

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