You know the typical cruiser compromise: riding one means you achieve a certain image, a certain experience, but at the expense of everything else that makes riding a motorcycle so fun and so practical. But, what if we were to … Continued
Believe it or not, but the bike I’m riding here wasn’t made in the 1970s. It’s the brand-new, 2013 Moto Guzzi V7 Racer Record. And, while it might look old, has plenty of classic character and ticks all the right … Continued
“The goal of the V7 Wayward was to create a bike that could take on the urban commute with appropriate functionality, then break free for fast and light travel, describes James Hammarhead of his latest creation. Based on a Moto … Continued
Excited for next year? You should be. We’re getting not only some of the best bikes ever, but getting them at affordable prices, accessible performance levels and with appealing design too. Here’s 13 of the best new bikes coming in … Continued
This week, Jamie visits Miguel Galluzzi at his Pasadena home to talk motorcycle design. In addition to penning the original Monster and the new RSV4, Miguel is responsible for paving a way into the future for Moto Guzzi.
Get over the fact that the Moto Guzzi California 1400 is a cruiser and there’s actually a lot of neat motorcycle stuff going on here. “Details make the motorcycle,” says its designer, Miguel Galluzzi. The California is the first all-new … Continued
Here’s the first image of the production Vespa 946. Like the new Moto Guzzi California 1400 (both Vespa and Moto Guzzi are owned by Piaggio Group, along with Aprilia), it’s a masterclass in retro-futuristic design, in this case adapting the … Continued