Moto Guzzi Adventures: Paul van Hoof is a Dutch journalist traveling from Alaska to Tierra del Fuego, Argentina on, get this: a Guzzi V7! He has been traveling for more than 2 years. Check out his website, with a blog, photographs, videos and travel articles.
Vintage Moto Guzzi Motorcycles: Guzzi’s at Monza! “Four classic machines from Moto Guzzi’s golden era made a return to the track at Monza, in an evocative display of pre-and post war technology. Possibly the most exotic GP machine of any era was saved to last, the monstrous V-8, complete with Guzzi green paint and a huge dustbin fairing – which proved to be so effective that it was eventually banned. In production from 1955-56-57 it was a class-leading piece of technology, almost experimental in design, which was intended to be used on only the fastest tracks, while Guzzi intended to race their other 500cc machines on the tighter circuits. It proved, however, with a top speed of over 280kmph, to be not only fast but handle well enough to be used everywhere. Producing 80bhp @ 12,000 rpm, the machine was retired prematurely and soon afterwards Guzzi‚s interest in GP racing ended.” Read more in this very interesting history of the Guzzi V8 by Murray Barnard | See Steve Handley’s beautiful Guzzi V8 illustration! | Download a .wav file with the narrated sound of a Guzzi V-8 | Here’s a photo and brief history of theMoto Guzzi Bilicindrica racer | More Moto Guzzi V-8 sounds, photos and information | See the wBWreview of Bill Lomas’ autobiography – Bill Lomas was the rider who raced the Moto Guzzi V8
Rearsets: Motobits in the UK makes “very adjustable rearsets” and other parts | Bob Flavell in the U.K. used to make Moto Guzzi rearsets (rear sets); here’s a page with photos and info by Bob and also other sources for Moto Guzzi rearsets
Moto Guzzi T-shirts, Clothing, Patches, Decals and Accessories: Silver Brook Custom Embroideryhas some really nice MGNOC embroidered clothing and caps; check out their MGNOC jackets — they’ll embroider your name and bike model!