2003 Moto Guzzi V11 Sport

Regular price $4,000.00
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We’re selling one of our very own shop bikes! Lucky for you, we have to make room for some other projects. This bike is fun to ride, has been recently serviced, and runs and rides great. It has a few aftermarket parts here and there but it's mostly stock.

***Local pickup in Austin, TX is available for free. Buyer must arrange and pay for freight shipping on motorcycles.***

Cosmetic scuffs/damage on the tank and seat (pictured)

11k miles. Sold as-is.

 Here's a little history of the V11, courtesy of Cycleworld.com

YEARS SOLD: 2000–2006

MSRP NEW: Sport $11,900 ('00) to $14,490 ('06)

BASIC SPECS: Sporting the iconic longitudinally-mounted, air-cooled, 90-degree, pushrod, 1,064cc V-twin, the V11 was Moto Guzzi's shot at a factory café racer-styled sportbike. This was evident in the equipment the bikes had over the many years it was made. The two-valve-per-cylinder engine produced a very streetable 91 hp with 69 pound-feet of torque. A 5.0-gallon tank gave it a range of about 200 miles, ensuring you can get to the coffee shop and your favorite canyon road.

 WHY IT'S DESIRABLE: Beginning production just before the turn of the millennium, the Moto Guzzi V11 helped lay the groundwork for the resurgence of "café"-styled bikes conceived and built by manufacturers. V11 models are generally naked or with a small café fairing to fit the look. For performance, the traditional Guzzi platform had many updates to the 30-year-old design—a lighter clutch, six-speed gearbox, fuel injection, and stiffer frame, to name a few.



    Engine size 1064cc
    Engine type 90-degree transverse V-twin, 6 gears
    Frame type Steel tube cradle
    Fuel capacity 5.81 gallons
    Seat height 800mm
    Bike weight 486 lbs
    Front suspension Compression
    Rear suspension Preload, rebound, compression
    Front brake 2 x 320mm discs
    Rear brake 282mm disc
    Front tire size 120/70 x 17
    Rear tire size 170/60 x 17


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