Moto Guzzi V85 TT Travel strengthens popular tourer range

The more long-distance road-focused Moto Guzzi V85 TT Travel is revealed at EICMA 2019 alongside two new editions of the V7 III

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Moto Guzzi has revealed a new edition of its popular the V85 TT adventurer tourer range, adding the more road-focused Travel trim level for 2020.

The ‘travel enduro’ machine has been the primary catalyst behind a surge in interest for the Italian marque in 2019, with parent company Piaggio crediting it with a 23 per cent growth in sales.

For the 2019 EICMA show, Moto Guzzi pulled the wraps off the V85 TT Travel, which leans towards greater long-distance road use with unique features and a tweaked set-up.

A higher Touring windshield, new panniers, heated hand grips and a pair of additional LED lights are available as standard on the Moto Guzzi V85 TT Travel, complementing its MIA multimedia platform which allows a smartphone’s features – such as calls, media and GPS - to be displayed directly to the instrument cluster.

It is also available in an exclusive Sabbia Namib colour scheme to differentiate it from the standard V85 TT.

Moto Guzzi launches two new V7 III editions

Also on display at EICMA, the Moto Guzzi V7 III Stone S and V7 III Racer 10th Anniversary bolster the popular V7 III family.

Limited to 750 units, the Moto Guzzi III Stone S features a chrome fuel tank – wrapped in a black leather belt in the upper portion – a low-set headlight and bar end rear view mirrors, while red details emphasise the sporty appearance.

The Moto Guzzi V7 III Racer 10th Anniversary celebrates a decade of the V7 Racer range with a revised top fairing, full LED headlamp and a sleeker mudguard, while detailing nods to its special edition trim level. It will be produced in numbered editions and – like the Stone S – run on Dunlop Arrowmax Streetsmart tyres.