By Ian Falloon
If one aspect characterises Moto Guzzi it is continuity. The great 500cc Falcone single ran from 1950 until 1976, and the V7, originally seeing the light of day in 1967, continued well into the 2010s. This continuity breeds loyalty, and Guzzi owners are a fiercely proud breed. Guzzis are not like other motorcycles, even Italian ones, and to qualify as a Guzzi owner requires a dedication and individuality that will be rewarded in a long term relationship.
• Covers the fascinating history of Moto Guzzi
• The story of Moto Guzzi – a story of survival
• One of Italy’s oldest, and most legendary marques
This book tells the complete history of Moto Guzzi. From Carlo Guzzi’s Tipo GP of 1920, to the MGX-21 Flying Fortress nearly 100 years later, every Moto Guzzi has been unique and charismatic. But the road hasn't always been smooth and Moto Guzzi has survived many ups and downs.
1921 to 2018
All models of Moto Guzzi since 1921. This is an update of the Moto Guzzi Story first published in 1998 and continues from 2008 where the 2nd Edition finished.
£ 40.00 + P&P (eBook prices vary, and delivery is free)