Ghezzi-Brian was founded in 1995 by Giuseppe Ghezzi and Bruno Saturno. Within a year they won the Italian SuperTwin championship, thanks to first place finishes in 9 of the 32 races. They took their SuperTwin and built a small run of road-legal replicas with the drivetrain from a Moto Guzzi Sport 1100i. Most of the production run stayed in Italy, but here’s a rare example that’s made it to the US.
The SuperTwin features a steel beam frame with the engine as a stressed member, Paioli 41mm forks, and an Ohlins shock. The Guzzi motor produced a claimed 87 horsepower, and dry weight was 423 pounds. The seller of this example has very little to say about it, just mentioning that it’s in “very good condition” and it has 17,000 kilometers (roughly 10,500 miles).
Find this Ghezzi-Brian for sale in South Carolina for $11,500 here on Facebook Marketplace (you have to be a member of the group to see it, though).