About J. Clay

John Clay is the author of MotoGuzziGuide.Com. He and his family reside in North Carolina in the United States. A graduate of the Motorcycle Safety Foundation's Experienced Rider Course, he enjoys riding and maintaining his Moto Guzzi California Vintage. John participates in local charity rides and also serves as a volunteer motorcycle marshal for one of the largest annual bicycle charity event in the Carolinas.

Articles Published by J. Clay

New Italian Black Eagles fly from Mandello

New for 2010, Moto Guzzi announces the Black Eagle editions of the Bellagio, California and Nevada motorcycles. The matte black paint scheme is named Aquila Nero and creates an awesome contrast against lots of chrome.

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Moto Guzzi Stelvio and Griso featued in Rider Magazine

The 2009 Stelvio 4V and Griso 8V receive good reviews in August ’09 issue of Rider Magazine.

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Moto Guzzi Bellagio blends peformance with custom style

The Guzzi Bellagio motorcycle is actually a great size and weight for the majority of riders. Don’t be fooled by modern motorcycle advertising into thinking that an engine of this size is too small or weak, or that you need to be on a mammoth to be cool. In fact, the 74 hp of the Bellagio is plenty to make this 500 pound bike haul your butt away in a hurry.

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Moto Guzzi v-twin engine available in Blackjack Zero Cyclecar

The Guzzi engine in the Blackjack Zero is coupled to a Volkswagen transmission. The Italian v-twin and German drivetrain make for a light and reliable system that comes together very nicely in this awesome British cyclecar.

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Motorcycle insurance for your Moto Guzzi

Motorcycle insurance can be the largest expense related to owning a motorcycle, and Moto Guzzi motorcycle owners are not immune to this. If you have a good clean riding history and no problems with your license, then you might want to consider getting a few motorcycle insurance quotes to see if you can save some money by switching to a different company.

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