Post Listing Update: This Coppa Italia did not get any interest at the BIN of $8,600. Consider me surprised.
One of the rarest versions of the V11, the Coppa Italia was built to commemorate Guzzi’s challenge for the National Naked Bike Championship of the Roadster Cup in their home country of Italy in 2003. To properly pay tribute to a racer, this Coppa Italia was adorned with top of the line components like Brembo Gold Line brakes, Ohlins forks, shock, and steering damper, and an optional $2,000 exhaust.
The 1,064cc engine was good for 91 horsepower, and the trick bits arguably turned this into the nicest of the V11 offerings, assuming you’re OK with the busy paint scheme. For more information on this rare bike, check out this review from Ultimate Motorcycling. I’d personally prefer a Nero Corsa but this is still a wonderful example of the V11 lineup.
This example (VIN: ZGUKTC0264M111294) has 10,679 miles and it’s claimed to be in excellent condition with the exception of a paint chip on the right side of the tank and some scratches from tire changes on the front rim. It has the optional exhaust with the factory race ECU that’s labeled “Kit Racing Titanio”. It’s said to run well and the sale includes two keys, the owner’s manual, and a Becker-Tecknik stand.
Find this Coppa Italia for sale in Cumming, Georgia with a BIN of $8,600