Moto guzzi breva review

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Moto Guzzi Breva V750 ie review

moto guzzi breva review

Moto Guzzi Breva 750 Review

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A new generation of touring bikes is here from Moto Guzzi. The shaft drive is incorporated into the aluminum swingarm. The pinion and drive shaft oscillate inside the swingarm and the drive shaft has a double universal joint with built in torsional dampers to optimize the responsiveness of the transmission. This new compact system eliminates the shaft drive effect normally caused by shaft drives while enabling the use of a single sided swingarm with a non-load-bearing reaction arm. For the rider this adds up to a clean, quiet, maintenance free system that delivers a consistently smooth ride through gear changes, acceleration and throttle release. The keyword used to describe the design of the Breva V is ridability. The bike had to be quick off the start, responsive in city traffic, maneuverable through the curves and steady as a rock on the straight a ways.

A new era for Moto Guzzi, who are moving into a slightly different market with this bike. The bike looks really nice up close! For the past year my bike has been getting stuck in 2nd gear anywhere from 1 minute to 20 minutes I took it into my shop and they adjusted the cable. The next time they adjusted the gear lever. By the third time the owner had an opportunity to talk with other Moto Guzzi dealers and they knew of the problem too. In fact, so does Guzzi. If I had a manual I would be more useful.

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Fresh air has been blowing through the Moto Guzzi factory in Mandello del Lario ever since Aprilia took over, and owner Ivano Beggio has made sure the entry class wasn't left behind. The company's cc Breva is a lot of fun for beginners and old hands alike. The little beast in front is a tough one to track down. And Christian, pulling its throttle strongly, appears completely relaxed astride it. We're riding over tiny, bumpy roads of asphalt, dirt, and gravel in an Italianate landscape that happens to be the West Virginia m ountains.

Breva is a southerly wind that flows over Lake of Como in northern Italy where the Moto Guzzi factory is based. Tradition has it the wind is lucky as it takes away clouds and brings with it sunshine and fine weather. The clouds hanging over the factory have been lifted and the Breva is the first bike to emerge into the sunshine. The Breva makes no pretences at being a state-of-the-art sportsbike. To ride, the Breva delivers exactly what it promises to do.

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