Europe’s oldest bike producer in steady manufacturing is celebrating their reference to the Royal Italian navy by punting out a magnificence bike – and she or he’s going to be blessed with particular livery impressed by the Navy’s F-35B fighter jets.
The V100 Mandello Aviazione Navale symbolizes an alliance of over 100 years, and celebrates the unbelievable legacy of Moto Guzzi founders (and buddies) Carlo Guzzi and Giorgio Parodi, who served within the Italian Royal Navy’s Aeronautical Arm in WWI.
“..the 2 buddies, and pilot Giovanni Ravelli, determined to enter bike manufacturing as soon as the battle ended,” states the press launch.
“Ravelli was killed in an accident in 1919 and was unable to attain his dream. Guzzi and Parodi selected the Eagle as their image in reminiscence of their companion.”
Because of Difesa Servizi S.p.A. (a label related with the Italian Ministry of Defence), the V100 Mandello Aviazione Navale sports activities the long-lasting ‘Aviazione Navale’ mark for the particular manufacturing of the V100 Mandello Aviazione Navale, with the 1913 items representing the founding 12 months of the Italian Navy correct.
Naturally, the bike is similar lovely Mandello that we all know and love, from the industry-leading adaptive aerodynamics, to the six-axis inertial platform, ABS cornering, semi-active suspensions and quickshifter, with the added bonus of a tyre strain monitoring system and heated handlegrips.
Particular for the Aviazione Navale version is the added perk of a canopy (one for every bike), and a commemorative plaque celebrating the Guzzi/Navy connection.
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*Media sourced from the related press launch*