Moto Guzzi V9 Bobber in a classic retro design typical of a bobber custom motorbike on the Moto Guzzi V9 which is not too wide. Has a length of 2,134 Continue Reading

Moto Guzzi V9 Bobber in a classic retro design typical of a bobber custom motorbike on the Moto Guzzi V9 which is not too wide. Has a length of 2,134 mm and a width of 721 mm, especially in the wheels and handle bars that are distinguishing from his brother, namely Roamer.

Although the motorbike with the craddle frame is not too big in terms of dimensions, but Moto Guzzi is again pinning its signature V-Twin engine, the engine block protruding outwards is the hallmark of the matte black motorcycle. This display makes the motor look fierce and masculine. If you want to buy this motorbike, Moto Guzzi motorcycles for sale with the price £ 8.999. And you can order through the website www.wheelsmotorcycles.co.uk.

The front and rear lights adjust the retro theme, but the headlights still use the halogen model while the rear lights have adopted LED technology. Some parts of the component have modern touches such as the right-left footstep, and the switch on the right-left handlebar. Maintaining its classic touch, the rim maintains the radius model.

The 850 cc engine character with 55 hp and 46 Nm of torque is not too wild, nice to be invited to run, but still feel the sensation of a sport-style moge in the middle round.

Want more adrenaline? It’s possible, point the feature to MGCT mode (motto Guzzi Controllo Trazione) on the left of the handle bar, and press the small button once with the letter TC to switch from number 2 to number 1, if you want to turn off the traction control just hold the button about 2 seconds later feel a wilder sensation.

The maximum speed of this motorbike is claimed to reach 180 kph, whereas with a straight track a distance of approximately 1.2 km in the BSD area, Tangerang, we were able to record 165 kph. Fuel consumption of this motorbike is at 18 kpl.

Even though it has a bigger wheel spec than Roamer which is 130/90 (front) and 150/80 (rear), when running 165 kph, the V9 still feels a little unsteady when hit by a speedtrap. Understandably, this motorbike was not designed to run but was comfortable to be invited to acceleration.

The suspension is equipped with adjustable preload, we feel it tends to stiff when eating speedtraps when testing in the area of ​​BSD – Alam Sutera – Gading Serpong – Bintaro. The setting is indeed effective to bulldoze the bend and acceleration on a straight road to minimize giddiness.

320 mm discs in front with 4 piston calipers are indeed enough to stop the speed of the motor with a weight of 200 kg.

Bernard