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MSRP: $13,590 CDN
Griso 8V SE has impeccable style; this machine is an instinctive
creation, pure, solid and distinctive and in many ways a work of
art. The design details are discreet but elegant and pure
quality; the lines blend together and are accentuated by the
chrome finishing and satin metal.
The fuel tank lends itself superbly to the strong frame
creating an aerodynamic teardrop body which is continued through
to the tail which houses three high intensity LED light units.
The Griso is decidedly masculine and powerful yet the
“Quattrovalvole” engine seems to be set like a jewel in a frame
that shows off its revolutionary design to the utmost effect.
Returning to the performance, it becomes obvious that the
sophisticated components are not mere technical details included
for the sake of style but enhances performance and provides
Type : Four-stroke V 90 twin
Cooling : Air and oil cooled with independent cooling pump
Capacity : 1,151cc
Bore and stroke : 95 x 81.2 mm
Compression ratio : 11 : 1
Timing diagram : Intake valve opening 36° before upper TDC.
(play 1 mm) Intake closing 62° after lower TDC.
Exhaust valve opening 58° before lower TDC.
Exhaust valve closing 30° after upper TDC.
measured with rocker arm/valve play
of 1.5 mm
Maximum power output : Over 80.8 kW (110 CV) at 7,500 rpm
Max Torque : Over 108 Nm at 6,400 rpm
Fuel supply/ignition : Multipoint sequential electronic injection, Magneti Marelli
IAW 5A phased, alfa-n system; 2 x Ø50 mm throttle bodies with Weber IWP 189 injectors,
Starter : Electric
Spark plugs : NGK PMR8B (Long Life)
Exhaust System: Stainless steel two-into-one 3-way catalysed with Lambda probe.
Homologation : Euro 3
Gearbox : 6 speed
Gear ratios : 1st 17/38 = 1 : 2.235
: 2nd 20/34 = 1 : 1.700
: 3rd 23/31 = 1 : 1.348
: 4th 26/29 = 1 : 1.115
: 5th 31/30 = 1 : 0.968
: 6th 29/25 = 1 : 0.862
Lubrication : Oil bath
Primary drive : Helicoidal gears, ratio 26/35 = 1 : 1.346
Final drive : CA.R.C reactive drive; double universal joint with floating bevel
gear, ratio 12/44 = 1 : 3,666
Clutch : Single plate with integrated flexible couplings
Frame : High tensile steel tubular twin cradle
Wheelbase : 1,554 mm
Rake : 108 mm
Steering rake : 26.30°
Steering angle. : 34°
Front suspension : Upside down Ø 43 mm fully adjustable forks (spring preload and
hydraulic for rebound and compression) with mounting for radial calipers.
Front wheel travel : 120 mm
Rear suspension : Progressive single swingarm, fully adjustable monoshock with separate
gas reservoir (spring preload and hydraulic for rebound and compression).
Rear wheel travel : 110 mm
MSRP: $9,490 CDN
In 1967 the first big Italian bike appeared on the motorcycle market: the Moto Guzzi
V7. The brainchild of Giulio Cesare Carcano, the V7 made its debut with a 2-clylinder
90° V-twin mounted across the frame and a cylinder capacity of 703cc, a record for
the time. The bike was an immediate success with both press and public, and the
V7 helped make Moto Guzzi’s name throughout the world, as a producer of prestigious,
comfortable, elegant and reliable motorcycles. For many owners it was the expression
of an important part of their lives, youthful memories of carefree times, trips
with friends, in a resplendent historical period for the brand. Forty years later,
this positive heritage, in combination with the current full-blown relaunch of the
brand, is the inspiration behind the new V7 Classic.
A bike with a strong character, which derives from the interpretation of a concept
of essential beauty, hailing to the style of the original V7, but with all the modern
technology that the legendary ancestor could never have. Modern technical equipment,
chassis and a Euro3 750cc engine the line of the fuel tank hails to the old V7 Classic,
running narrow and streamlined along the tubes of the frame to meet the seat, perfectly
flat and mounted solid with the rear mudguard. The storage compartments on the sides
blend into the style of the famous ancestor, with the same side view. The charm
of the V7 Classic is also expressed by the bright chrome work, such as on the exhaust
pipes, the shock absorbers, the rear light, the fuel cap, the front light, the comfortable
handlebars and the surround of the speedometer and rev counter.
2010 Moto Guzzi V7 Classic
Type 90‹ V-Twin, 4 strokes
Cylinders Aluminium alloy with Gilnisil treatment
Pistons forged with 2 inner liner and 1 oil control ring
Cooling system air cooled
Displacement 744 cc
Bore and stroke 80x74 mm
Compression ratio 9,6:1
Timing system 2 overhead valves with light alloy push-rod
Fuel system Weber-Marelli electric injection
Starting system electric
Exhaust 3 ways catalyzed with sonda Lambda
Gearbox 5 speeds
Lubrification by lobes with pressure pump
circuit capacity: 1,78 kg
oil: AGIP RACING 4T 5W/40
Primary drive by helical gears, ratio: 16/21=1 : 1,3125
Secondary drive shaft drive, ratio 8/33=1 : 4,825
Clutch single disc, dry, with cush drive
Frame detachable tubular duplex cradle in special
Front suspension Marzocchi hydraulic telescopic fork, . 40 mm
Front wheel travel 130 mm
Rear suspension swinging arm in light cast alloy with two
dampers, preload adjustable
Rear wheel travel 118 mm
Braking system Brembo Serie Oro
Front brake single stainless steel floating disc, . 320 mm,
with 4 piston calipers
Rear brake single steel disc, . 260 mm
Wheels: spoke light alloy
Front rim 3"x17"
Rear rim 3,50"x17"
Front 110/70 17 54 H
Rear 130/80 17 65 H
Dry weight 182 Kg
MSRP: $16,190 CDN
THE EAGLE WITH AN APPETITE FOR ADVENTURE.*
The new Moto Guzzi Stelvio 1200 ABS represents a fusion between the
Italian passion for motorcycle as an unparalleled expression of
style, engineering excellence and riding pleasure, and an appetite
for adventure - the irresistible yearning to discover distant,
challenging places. The Stelvio 1200 ABS marks the return of Moto
Guzzi to the large
enduro segment. Around this modern and technologically advanced
base, a new concept of a no limits motorcycle took shape, creating a
bike that is powerful, muscular, robust and unstoppable.
The new Stelvio 1200 ABS has an improved more powerful
“Quattrovalvole” engine delivering, in its latest incarnation, a
maximum torque of 113 Nm at just 5800 rpm, marking a significant
improvement over the 108 Nm at 6400 rpm of the previous version.
These results were achieved by adopting new cam profiles and a
revised air box, which make the “Quattrovalvole” engine even more
responsive at low engine speeds while still producing practically
the same maximum power. Completing this technological tour de force
is a new ABS braking system, introduced on the Stelvio 1200 4V
together with the more flexible engine. The Stelvio 1200 ABS has
been designed with innovative and modern criteria that is evident in
both the quality of the chassis componentry and in premium details
such as the adjustable windscreen and saddle, and the ingenious
glove-box compartment with remote release operable from the
handlebar, which reveal the attention dedicated in the project to
rider and passenger ergonomics.
STYLE: Solid elegance.
The style of the new 1200 ABS retains the personality and
elegance of the original version painted in a warm magnesium hue,
the design of the lightweight fairing features many prismatic
elements and concave surfaces which, in the zone linking the top
fairing, with its adjustable windshield, to the narrow but capacious
fuel tank, express the level of attention that has been dedicated to
optimize the aerodynamics, creating downforce and directing cool air
to the cylinders.
The peculiar blow molding technology was used to produce the tank
and helps to minimize dimensions and weight according to the
(18-litre) capacity. Moreover, it includes a fantastic glove-box
that can be unlocked from the handlebar. Once you are seated
on the saddle, finely upholstered with non-slip material, it is
quite noticeable there is more space for both rider and passenger's
comfort. The rider saddle height can be adjusted to two positions,
820 mm or 840 mm from the ground, whereas the passenger, besides
being seated on a thick and spacious seat, can count on a solid and
comfortable handhold seat strap.
Even more aggressive than the front end, the rear end look is
dominated by the hi-tech aspect of the rear light with complex
surface curve and LEDs, and by an important enhanced aluminum double
tail silencer that evokes solidness and power.
COMFORT: Sensation of inner well-being.
Stelvio 1200 ABS is a tourer with excellent performance on
asphalt that can also be used off-road. These characteristics emerge
immediately once you are seated on the bike, where the perception of
carefully-designed ergonomics can be felt straightaway: saddle,
footrests and handlebar form a perfect triangle for all users.
Moreover, for the perfectionists, there is still room for minor
adjustments: windshield, saddle height handlebar inclination,
levers, pedals, also for professionals, set screws to adjust
hydraulic compression/rebound damping of suspension.
In a few seconds, everything is at the right place to face any
challenge, from city traffic to the most inaccessible off-road
paths. In motion, reduced vibration and an efficient aerodynamic
protection ensure riding comfort for rider and passenger as well,
ideal to tackle long trips. Among the most appreciated features for
everyday use, there is a glove-box on the right-side of the tank
that can be unlocked from the handlebar. The instrument panel
features complete and easily visible gauges- a white-background rpm
indicator that incorporates efficient service warning lights,
long-range lights (optional), and a dash display that provides
plenty of information about the vehicle operation and diagnosis, a
fuel level indicator, average and current fuel consumption, average
speed, trip time, maximum speed reached during trip and, as heated
handgrips may be fitted upon request, the heating level of handgrips
can also be seen.
The Stelvio 1200 ABS is a class leader, as a result of an elegant
aesthetic appearance, and is also enhanced by features which, while
fulfilling a stylistic function, set new parameters in terms of
effectiveness and safety.
CHASSIS: Designed for non conventional
You should not be mislead by its luxury off-road
appearance: the Stelvio 1200 ABS provides superior riding pleasure,
since it is equipped for the unexpected and able to withstand any
off-road driving strains.
The secret is the new upper twin spar frame, made of high-strength
steel, with 2.5mm thick directional tubes, where the engine is
anchored through six connecting points, two more than in usual
frames, which provides a high rigidity to to resist twisting
Chassis dimensions have been defined to facilitate great handling, a
headstock with a 27° inclination for a 125mm trail, improved by a
1535-mm wheelbase which guarantees impeccable steering precision.
The suspension is adjustable not only for spring preload but also
for the hydraulic response during compression and rebound.
The front end is controlled by a solid upside-down Marzocchi fork,
with 50mm stanchions and 170mm travel. The rear suspension
linkage provides a progressive rising rate and moves a Sachs unit
that works on a 155mm stroke.
The refinement of the suspension department guarantees a neutral
setting at all times, especially when exiting a bend, and the action
of the 105 horsepower generated by the new “Quattrovalvole” engine
Quick deceleration is guaranteed by the three-disc Brembo braking
system. The effective system consists of radially-mounted calipers
engaging onto a couple of fully drilled discs for better heat
Splendid spoke wheels assembled with Behr rims and Alpina spokes are
lightweight and strong. The 19-inch front wheel is shod with a
120/70 tire, while the rear is fitted with a 180/55 tire. The wheel
sizes have been chosen specifically to provide excellent road
ENGINE AND TRANSMISSION
New verve from the Quattrovalvole engine.
The Stelvio 1200 ABS is powered by the first evolution of the
“Quattrovalvole” engine, which was presented in 2006 and is
universally acknowledged as being the most advanced iteration yet of
the legendary transverse 90° V-twin. For this new version of the
engine, low and mid range responsiveness has been significantly
improved to better suit the character of the Moto Guzzi Stelvio 1200
ABS as an all terrain machine. The engineers at the Mandello based
marque optimized the camshaft profile and the air box to increase
maximum torque from 108 Nm produced at 6400 rpm to 113 Nm available
at just 5800 rpm. These results have been attained without
compromising this power plant’s claim to fame as being the most
powerful and fastest production engine ever built by Moto Guzzi.
This highly sophisticated mechanical gem, which is unique in terms
of both architecture and engineering clarity, is built using
advanced componentry and technical solutions. These include the
single overhead camshaft driven by Morse chains with a hydraulic
tensioner, the forged pistons with 3 piston rings, cooled by oil
jets in the crankcase, ultra-light valves with 5 mm stems and
conical valve springs that eliminate resonance and power loss at
high engine speeds. The engine is lubricated and cooled by two
separate oil circuits, with two coaxial gear driven pumps. In the
cooling circuit, engine oil is fed via separate conduits in the head
to reach the exhaust valve seats - where the highest temperatures
are generated - and the heat is then dissipated by an oil cooler,
which is located at the front of the engine for maximum exposure to
the air flow. The lubrication circuit feeds all the vital organs of
the engine, such as the crankshaft and connecting rod bearings and
the valve timing components.
The heat generated by the impressive power produced by the engine is
dissipated by cooling fins, with a modern design and tapered toward
the front of the cylinders, while the valve covers - which proudly
flaunt the “Quattrovalvole” moniker - feature floating mounting
system to reduce mechanical noise. The “Quattrovalvole” engine
introduces new Marelli IWP 189 fuel injectors installed on the
intake ducts of the 50 mm diameter throttle bodies. The gearbox is a
genuine six speed mechanical gem that excels for quietness, an
easily selectable neutral position and precision, thanks also to the
introduction of the quiet and smooth new single plate clutch. The
new clutch differs from the previous version as it has less flywheel
inertia and is more fade resistant and easier to use.
*Shown with optional accessories
MSRP: $16990 CDN