From March 15th, 1921, Moto Guzzi has completed 100 years of being in this industry.
To commemorate this incredible milestone, the Mandello Company released an image/poster which shows some of the most iconic bikes which have been there throughout.
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However, on closer inspection, we can see that Guzzi might be onto something, leaving expectations going through the roof.
Further to the news Roberto Colaninno, President and CEO of the Piaggio Group, who in an interview with “La Gazzetta Dello Sport” said:
“To celebrate 100 years of life, we will completely renovate the Mandello plant. And we are finishing the restoration of all the motorcycles that have been part of the company’s museum since 1921.
An incredible testimony to the Italian ability in the world of mobility, sport, and technology.
The new plant will be an opportunity for further growth of the brand. Here the centenary Guzzi will be born.
The big questions what will Guzzi present at the upcoming Eicma? It will be extraordinary in technology, design, and performance”.
What are we as bike lovers looking forward to? Will it be the centenary Guzzi? Well, it is too early to say. We will have to wait for a few more months, and let’s hope it’s worth the wait.