"The Tonti bike is a 1975 850t chosen specifically because it was the only Guzzi that came with the twin-leading rear drum brake....which made it the least desirable model at the time it was made, but the best for the parts stash I had in the shop to build what is ostensibly my personal dream bike,"said Alan Stulberg of Revival Cycles.
Huge thanks to Revival Cycles for creating such beautiful bikes and representing the essence of Moto Guzzi so well.
Watch a video of The One Motorcycle Show here.
Instagram user and Moto Guzzi California 1400 ambassador for the new Spring 2013 advertising campaign, Ewan McGregor, (@McGregor_Ewan) took this great shot of the California 1400 Custom. Watch Ewan talk about his passion for motorcycles and Moto Guzzi here.
Thanks Ewan for sharing and loving what we make!
Instagram user @WreckedStellar brings us this week's Guzzisti Photo of The Week. She attended the launch party for the new California 1400 Custom and Touring bikes last night and snapped this great shot of an original Moto Guzzi bike.
Check out the 1970's police bike in the background. Thanks for sharing Melanie.
Gave us a laugh. Thanks for sharing Johnny.
Everyone loves a good dog photo, and we here at Moto Guzzi are no exception.
Instagram user @ainsleelara has this week's Guzzisti Photo of the Week - it was an easy choice. She tells us her Lab Cooper is enjoying 'modeling next to my future motorcycle.' The truly stunning V7 Racer is a beauty for sure, but we're suckers for dogs.
Lesson learned: if you want a pretty good shot at having the Photo of the Week, include your dog.
So tell us - what was your first bike?