The Moto Guzzi Griso SE is a special edition of the venerable Griso, and it differed from the base bike with a fancy paint job, some blacked out parts, and spoked wheels. Mechanically, you also got adjustable suspension, and giant Brembo brakes – this bike was an interesting balance between the style of a custom with the components of a sportbike.
In 2014, Cycle World compared the Indian Scout, Honda CB1100, BMW R9T, and the Griso. Even though the Guzzi had been relatively unchanged for years, it was declared the winner. CW said, “Which leaves us with the Moto Guzzi. We’ve always liked the Griso, and in this group it really stands out. It undercuts the Beemer by more than $2,200, plus it has better suspension and a more comfortable riding position (unless you are a freakish 6-foot-4). What’s more, it matches the BMW’s power output, carves up mountain roads with authority, and, well, we can’t keep our eyes off it either. Even those editors who didn’t pick the Guzzi as their favorite ranked the Griso right near the top. With its style, performance, comfort, and handling, the Griso is one sweet package. Bella!”
This example has approximately 6,400 miles and it’s got several upgrades: Agostini muffler, Power Commander IV, K&N filter, LED lighting, crash bars, Dart windshield, hand guards, GP grips, and a Renthal Fatbar.
Find this Griso for sale in Monument, Colorado with bidding up to $6,000 and the reserve not yet met here on eBay.