My recent post about the Guzzi museum and the upcoming festivities in Austin means that this is the perfect bike to combine the two. An evolution of the incredible V7 Sport, this Moto Guzzi V11 Sport was a heavy (546 pounds wet weight) bruiser of a sportbike that was distinctive and rare.
You got 80 horsepower and 5.8 gallons of fuel capacity – this wasn’t an outright sportbike but it was great for stylish in town duties or ample sport touring with some bags. For more on the V11 Sport, check out this review from Motorcyclist Online.
This bike has been well modified with a replica Laverda SFC750 fairing (original 8″ headlight included), K&N cone filters (original airbox included), aluminum rear sets, Rizoma turn signals, Rizoma reservoirs, aftermarket levers, and lots of carbon fiber: the fender, intake cover, starter motor cover, and exhaust cans made by Fast by Ferraci. I also see an Ohlins rear shock that the seller doesn’t mention. The seller is getting rid of it because he’s decided to make his collection exclusively Ducati. He’s just sourced a ’93 888 so this Guzzi (and a ’82 Honda CBX) are getting sold.
Find this V11 Sport for sale in Austin, Texas (maybe a fly and ride with MotoGP is in order?) here on Craigslist for $5,500.