Moto Guzzi unconventional bike that introduced a prototype last year was really impressed many fans of cruiser style. It contains a very rich equipment, the latest technology and using the Batmobile-styled front fairing to the hard saddlebags integrated into the tail section, showing ingenuity and great taste.
The 2016 Moto Guzzi MGX-21 Flying Fortress powered by the 90-degree transverse-mounted V-Twin, which is borrowed from the 1400 California, displacement of 1380cc, which delivers 96 hp and torque of 120Nm. With its elastic kinematic engine mounting system greatly reduces vibration and makes a comfortable ride. Exhaust are slightly different from the 1400 California and meet stringent EU4 standards.
Use a good part of carbon fiber from the saddlebags to the tank panels, front fender, case covers and rear wheel covers. And when you look at it from every angle, starting from a low tail and raised front, the red paint of the aluminum head covers emphasises the power this engine is capable of expressing, even in its aesthetics.
This bagger motorcycle comes with three levels of traction control that can be turned off altogether, three riding modes, two-channel ABS, cruise control, Piaggio multimedia platform and a ride-by-wire system as standard equipment. Front alloy wheel of 21" is provided with a dual discs and radial-mounted four-piston Brembo calipers.
The 2016 Moto Guzzi MGX-21 Flying Fortress owns Italian style with a combination of American Heritage, shows his qualities. And therefore will debut in the USA in August 2016, at the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally and will be made in limited production.