Moto Guzzi tuner Ghezzi-Brian presents his latest creation Motard V-Twin based once again on the engine and architecture of the Moto Guzzi Griso. Apart from the motard-makeover, Ghezzi-Brian equipped the V-Twin Motard with some fancy tech. The mighty Guzzi’s 1151 cc V-Twin is in full view, not hidden by fairings, and has been tweaked in order to generate 115 hp with 111 Nm of peak torque at 6000 rpm.
The Motard V-Twin is presented as the first bike to use the Dynamic Damping Action (developed in collaboration with Dutch company Tractive Suspension). The Dynamic Damping Action uses special valves that electronically adjust the flow of the hydraulics in real-time to increase safety, comfort and driving pleasure. The other important features include Kineo tubeless spoked wheels, Brembo calipers and fully adjustable 43mm upside-down fork.