Moto Guzzi V9 Bobber | Detailed Specifications and Features
The new Moto Guzzi V9 Bobber wouldn’t watch strange among their positions either. With a matt dark complete on the fumes, bars and wheels, the Bobber is a tough looking bicycle. All things considered, as forceful as a bicycle with 16 inch haggles VanVan-esque inflatable tires can be.
The model is decorated with a lot of present day retro outline signs; the styling, plan and complete radiate class, as do points of interest like the aluminum filler tops and illustrations that function admirably to finish the look. The new V9 has a couple of present day touches like two-setting footing control (wet and dry), ABS (clearly), in addition to a USB port, immobilizer and similarity with Guzzi’s MG-MP virtual dash, datalogging and route framework.
Giving generous substance to the style is the new Euro4 agreeable air-cooled 850cc transverse 90-degree V-twin motor. It’s not only an exhausted and stroked out V7 bump – new parts incorporate the barrel head and cylinder, alongside the upgraded burning chamber and six-speed gearbox, all driving another pole drive. Regarding character, the motor is the V9’s centerpiece and noticeably so with one pot standing out each side of the bicycle in brutish Guzzi design.
Mold. That is a critical word here, and Guzzi knows it. I conversed with item promoting chief Diego Arioli over supper the night prior to the test ride and he revealed to me that Moto Guzzi has recently been doing what it’s dependably been doing, yet now the pattern for bicycles like the ones I already specified is playing to what it does.
Specifications: Moto Guzzi V9 Bobber
|Chassis||ALS steel twin tube cradle frame|
|Front Suspension||Traditional Fork, 40 mm|
|Front Wheel Travel||130 mm|
|Rear Brake||swingarm with double shock absorber with adjustable spring preload|
|Rear wheel travel||97 mm|
|Front brake||stainless steel floating disc, Ø 320 mm Brembo opposed four-piston callipers|
|Rear brake||stainless steel floating disc, Ø 260 mm opposed two-piston callipers|
|Front wheel rim||3,50” x 16”|
|Rear wheel rim||4.00” x 16”|
|Front tyre||130/90 – 16”|
|Rear tyre||150/80 B 16”|
|System voltage||12 V|
|Battery||12V – 18 Ah|
|Saddle height||780 mm|
|Kerb weight*||199 Kg|
|Fuel tank capacity||15 litres|
So Guzzi is keeping on a similar tract its dependably been on, yet does old fashioned style clarify the sort of energy figures you hope to see on bicycle from days passed by? I think an asserted 55hp at 6,250 rpm and 48lbft torque at 3,000rpm from a 850cc motor is perhaps deficient.