Moto Guzzi | 2014 Sportbike Buyer's Guide

Research new Moto Guzzi motorcycles. Sport Rider has specifications and price comparisons of many 2014 Moto Guzzi sportbike models.

Engine: L-C 8V 1151 V-Twin Seat Height: 31.9 in. Wheelbase: 58.8 in.

Moto Guzzi's Norge GT 8V is designed to entertain iron-butt riders when the road tightens up but remain comfortable while traveling long distances. Standout features include an electrically adjusted windscreen, seat with body-forming foam, heated grips, and vibration-damping footrests.

Moto Guzz i Griso 8V SE $12,690
Engine: A-C 8V 1151 V-twin Seat Height: 31.4 in. Wheelbase: 61.0 in.

Moto Guzzi redesigned the Griso 8V SE’s 90-degree transverse V-twin engine a few years back with the help of 563 new parts, and the result of that redesign was a 110-hp naked bike that has just as much style as it does performance. For 2014, the bike will be available in the same black/ Silver Devil (Matte) color option.

Moto Guzz i V7 Racer $10,090
Engine: A-C 4V 744 V-twin Seat Height: 31.6 in. Wheelbase: 57.0 in.

Riders looking for a café racer but not the maintenance schedule that would generally accompany a motorcycle with that guise need look no further than the V7 Racer. Introduced as a sporty attention-getter, this bike features a chrome tank, stylish number plates, and a suede seat with rear cowl—everything you’d expect from a bike inspired by the ’50s and ’60s.

Moto Guzz i V7 Stone/Spec ial $8,390/$9,190
Engine: A-C 4V 744 V-twin Seat Height: 31.6 in. Wheelbase: 57.0 in.

Moto Guzzi’s V7 Special is available in a silver/black S3 or black/orange S3 color combination, whereas the V7 Stone sells with Matte Black or Pure White paint. The company says the V7 Stone is perfect for “new or returning riders or anyone who just wants a no-frills, just-thrills classic,” and that the V7 Special is a capable touring mount.