There is still time to sign up for the Moto Guzzi Centenary Journey, an all-inclusive road trip aboard the latest Moto Guzzi models.
The Centenary Journey has been created to allow riders to travel the famous North Cape raid aboard a Moto Guzzi motorcycle. The trip was made famous in 1928 by Giuseppe Guzzi, brother of founder Carlo, when he completed it on a Moto Guzzi GT 500 Norge.
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Taking part in the centenary tour will allow participants to experience the same emotions as Giuseppe “Naco” Guzzi, crossing the Arctic Circle to reach the coordinates 71° 10’ 21”, Nordkapp, in the most engaging, carefree and authentic way possible – aboard a “Made in Mandello” motorcycle.
Launched in 2017, the Moto Guzzi experience offers adventures aboard the Moto Guzzi range of twin-cylinder bikes. Centenary Journey participants will have the opportunity to ride all models in the updated Moto Guzzi range.
The new Moto Guzzi V7, with an increased engine capacity of 850 cc, is now more powerful, more comfortable, better equipped and refined, but has lost none of the character, authenticity and ease of riding that have marked its success.
The classic travel enduro Moto Guzzi V85 TT offers greater riding pleasure thanks to the higher performance Euro 5 engine and more torque at low and mid rpm.
The special all-inclusive format, one of the many secrets behind the success of the Moto Guzzi Experience, is confirmed, with the tour package including full board with lunches on the road, dinners at select locations, use of the bikes, petrol, and every kind of assistance during the journey. Alternatively, participants can use their own Moto Guzzi.
The Moto Guzzi Experience is not only for faithful Guzzi enthusiasts who are part of The Clan – the official Moto Guzzi community that offers exclusive advantages for its 45,000 members – but is open to any rider who wishes to experience the world of the Mandello Eagle.
For more information, visit the Moto Guzzi website.