Milan: Millipercento Guzzi Alba

Guzzi tuning specialists go all-out to impress at Milan with another new concept machine

Posted: 10 November 2009
by Visordown News

GOOD LORD: Moto Guzzi seem to be pulling out the stops at this year's Milan Show. Along with the rest of the new concept bikes we've already featured on Visordown, the company have just ripped the covers of this: the Alba - built by Italian bike gurus Millipercento.

The machine is powered by a tuned version of the company's 8-valve V-twin engine, as seen in the company's MGS-01 racer.

The bike is a handbuilt special, using top notch hardware like Ohlins suspension and radial Brembo brakes.

We're not quite sure we like this one; the fairing doesn't quite work from the angle our man's snapped it.

And look at the size of the bloody downpipes!

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There was a Griso Millepercento unveiled last year.

That was allegedly going into production this year. I wonder if this bike is an evolution of that one. 

Posted: 10/11/2009 at 15:15

speaking on account of Millepercento...

yes, the BB1 went into production this year; then Millepercento started to work on Alba, that is a new project.

Alba has a Motoguzzi 4v engine and it will go into production by the end of 2010... while a track version (if there will be one) will have the Big Bore engine, just like the BB1.

Posted: 13/11/2009 at 17:01

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