2009 Moto Guzzi MGS-01
The MGS-01 was initially produced by the special manufacturer Ghezzi & Brian based on the Moto Guzzi and from 2004 was sold under the Guzzi brand. Designed for racing and carrying a 4-valve BigBore engine, the bike won the Italian “SuperTwins” championship and the “Battle of the Twins” at Daytona in 2006 and 2007. It has a 1.225 cc air-cooled engine with a power output of over 165 hp, liquid-cooled with Cosworth Racing pistons. The load-bearing cased frame is in ASL 450 steel; the front suspension has a 43 mm multi-adjustable inverted fork and the rear suspension has an Ohlins multi-adjustable single shock.