Moto Guzzi 1100 Sport by Moto Studio

Sep 14, 2015

Category: Rides

The biggest flaw of the Moto Guzzi 1100 Sport is that it’s a little bit too beefy, weighing in at over 500 pounds. The team at Moto Studio have taken the typical 1100 Sport and put it on a strict diet, shedding its excessive weight to create a slimmer, sleeker bike.

It has a new aluminum subframe and an Ohlins TTR 4 way shock absorber, as well as a new carbon fibre fuel tank, cowling, fenders and exhausts. The front suspension also saw a facelift, as the original was replaced with a set of Ohlins Road & Track forks. The result of the changes is a bike that is 100 pounds lighter than its previous form, making it a faster and better looking motorcycle as well. It also helps that the bike doesn’t suffer in the looks department, either.

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