According to Moto Guzzi…
An exhilarating combination of reliable performance, practical technology and Italian heritage, Moto Guzzi’s new Breva 1200 Sport will be shown to Tri-state morotcycle enthusiasts for the first time when the 27th annual International Motorcycle Show (IMS) revs into high gear at the Jacob K. Javits Center.
The new-for-2008 Moto Guzzi Breva 1200 Sport showcases the storied Italian brand’s distinctive technical and design approaches and embodies the 87-year old company’s passion for building bikes that not only stand out on Main Street but relish the twists and turns of backroads.
Blending the power and style of the signature Moto Guzzi transverse V-twin with advanced Italian styling, sporty suspension and confident handling, the Breva 1200 Sport comes standard with the soul of a racer. While the tech specs point to the Breva Sport’s penchant for setting a pulse-quickening pace, this V-Twin Naked also sends a serious message while standing still, thanks to classic racing graphics, a racing exhaust and standard equipment like a tubular, low-rise handlebar, titanium-treated forks, a café-racer style fairing, aluminum foot pegs, sports seat, sport tires and powerful wave style front disc brakes.
With Moto Guzzi staff on hand to provide insights into the legendary story of the Italian brand that Carlo Guzzi built as well as the latest motorcycles, the Moto Guzzi exhibit is a must-do stop for anyone interested in motorcycles that prefer to log miles instead of just pose.
Visitors to the Moto Guzzi exhibit will see the brand’s complete 2008 model line of modern Italian cruisers and sport tourers.
Source: Moto Guzzi