Moto Guzzi

Moto Guzzi is an Italian motorcycle manufacturer. It is one of seven brands owned by Piaggio.

Established in 1921 in Mandello del Lario, Italy, the company is noted for its central historic role in Italy's motorcycling manufacture, its prominence worldwide in motorcycle racing, and a series of industry innovations – including the first motorcycle center stand, wind tunnel and eight-cylinder engine.

Read more about Moto Guzzi:  History, Production Figures, Motorcycle Models, Factory, Company Headquarters and Museum, Logo and Brand Loyalty

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List Of Moto Guzzi Motorcycles - Current Models
2003 saw the start of a substantial revitalization in Moto Guzzi's lineup and engineering work, beginning with the launch of a new V-twin in three displacements, the. 2007) named after a town across Lake Como from the Moto Guzzi headquarters — features custom styling, and a matt-black paint scheme ... North America, a recent Piaggio press release indicates the Bellagio is key to Guzzi's North American presence Breva – named after a breeze that blows across the Lago di Lecco, above whose shores ...
List Of Grand Prix Motorcycle Racing European Champions - By Season - 1947–1948
... Year 500 cc 350 cc 250 cc Sidecars 1948 Enrico Lorenzetti (Moto Guzzi) Freddie Frith (Velocette) Maurice Cann (Moto Guzzi) 1947 Omobono Tenni (Moto Guzzi) Fergus Anderson (Velocette) Bruno Francisci (Moto Guzzi) Luigi ...
Moto Guzzi - Logo and Brand Loyalty
... Giovanni Ravelli, Giorgio Parodi and Carlo Guzzi had envisioned the creation of a motorcycle company after World War I ... killed in a plane crash just days after the end of the war, Parodi and Guzzi chose to commemorate Ravelli by choosing as the emblem of their company, the symbol that ... consisted solely of the gold eagle (with wings spread) over the Moto Guzzi lettering, usually in a sans serif typeface ...
Moto Guzzi Le Mans
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List Of Grand Prix Motorcycle Racing European Champions - By Season - 1924–1939
... Guthrie (Norton) Jimmie Guthrie (Norton) Omobono Tenni (Moto Guzzi) 1936 Jimmie Guthrie (Norton) Freddie Frith (Norton) Henry Tyrell-Smith (Excelsior ...