Moto Guzzi V85 Enduro

Nov 29, 2017

Category: Rides

It appears Italian motorcycle brand Moto Guzzi is looking to pay homage to the competitive bikes of the 1980s rally raids with the release of their all-new V85 Enduro. It’s an intuitive and well-design ride – blending both retro designs from decades past with 21st-century tech.

In addition to the eye-catching color scheme here, this adventurous iteration is powered via a two-cylinder 90° transverse air-cooled 850cc engine complete with an output of 80 hp. Needless to say, the V85 is bound to offer one thrilling off-road experience. It also boasts a new steel tube frame utilizing the anchorage of the engine to produce enhanced precision on the road, a set of DRL LED lights, and fully digital instrumentation. Truly a bike dedicated to keep cruising well after the asphalt ends, the V85 should become available sometime in 2018. No word on pricing just yet.

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