A Middle-Weight Machine from Italy
Moto Morini isn’t as well known as it once was, but the motorcycle brand has an important history dating back to 1936. The company is continuing to revamp and that comes with new models at EICMA 2019, according to Motociclismo. It seems the company will reveal a new platform on which it will build bikes in both the naked and adventure segments.
This is a move that could put the brand on more people’s radar. However, it won’t reach the U.S. meaning most Americans will continue to be ignorant of the brand and its offerings. That could change in the future, but at the moment the company will be focusing on Europe with its bike that it says are 100 percent hand made in Italy.
Currently, the company sells 1,200cc motorcycles, which are actually pretty impressive to look at. There’s the Milano, Corsaro, Scrambler, and Granpasso. As you can imagine, the company has a modular system for building its bikes. That’s how it can create so many different ones. We would expect it to do the same for its middle-weight upcoming motorcycles. This means that they will share a lot of equipment. Depending on what that equipment is, that might not be a bad thing, though.