Moto Guzzi California Getting Rated as the Best Cruiser 2013
It is a fact that the terms like traction control, variable engine maps, cruise control, ABS are not very commonly associated with the two-wheelers. However, Moto Guzzi now succeeded in bringing it all to their cruise motorbike models which offer ultimate performance and styling. With all these on offer, the 2013 Moto Guzzi California 1400 hit the market to the most amaze of the consumers.Photo 1: MOTO GUZZI
The 2013 Moto Guzzi California 1400 Custom is also fitted with 1380 cc transverse-mount engine, which is grabbing attention as the focus point of this motorbike with high built quality. The striking power plant is also shrouded by a very attractive cut-out tank which is finished in deep metal flake paint, which really pops in bright sunlight. You can also see the modern-styled headlamp leading the way and there is a stout 200-mm rear anchors also on the back. Blending well the classic and contemporary looks, Moto Guzzi California 1400 Custom is fully personalized to be a motorcycle which the consumers expect to be. The model is designed by Miguel Galluzzi, which is the man who brought the Ducati Monster into reality.
Frank Melling, the motorcycling expert at the Birmingham Bike Show stated “The greatest joy of this bike is that it cuts edge with the 21st Century and still having all the anthropomorphic soul and heart of a motorcycle. The look and feel of California is of a motorcycle; however, it is a stealth jet in all sense.”Photo 2: Moto Guzzi California Getting Rated as the Best Cruiser 2013
“It’s really funny that the top two interesting cruiser models recently are both Italian. However, when the Ducati Diavel is just a normal cruiser with its feet-forward stance mated with Superbike performance, California is a real champion cruiser in its function and form. Moto Guzzi is all-set to deliver a refined performance and will be more appealing to the riders who want an authentic cruiser experience,” commented by the Managing Editor of MotoUSA, Bart Madson.