7 Facts About The Moto Guzzi V9 Bobber
Of course, the world has seen a number of new motorcycles in the past few years. This statement holds true for all the leading motorcycle brands in the world relating to its various models and versions. But it will never stop there. The rider community keeps craving for new models every day. This craving gets satisfied as new model announcements come from the major companies in the motorcycle world. Towards the year-end, one can expect the new announcements from all motorcycle giants regarding various product launches.
Keeping up with that is the new announcement from Moto Guzzi. They have come up with the new version of the Moto Guzzi V9 Bobber which comes as an addition to their standard motorcycles which belong to the mid-range category. This Moto Guzzi V9 Bobber comes as an addition to the earlier base models along with the V9 Roamer. The V9 Roamer made its debut in Italy part of the firm’s historic Mandello del Lario plant which seems to the latest evolution in that category.
Talking about the Moto Guzzi V9 Bobber it seems to have picked up a new personality. This comes up with a transverse mounted 853cc twin engine which, considering the stock form has totally eclipsed the darkened detailing. Words from Guzzi got out that the Moto Guzzi V9 Bobber seems to be part of the WWII versions or at least developed out of inspiration from them. This seems like Moto Guzzi V9 Bobber might be part of a whole new series itself. Words of confirmation relating to this are yet to come.
Talking about the major changes in the Moto Guzzi V9 Bobber segment it seems to have acquired a lowered single seat saddle. This new modification goes to the low drag bar which is supported by lower risers. Guzzi believes that these changes will pave way for a more accentuated ‘low ride’. Details on how low this seating placement will be are yet to be notified. In case the Moto Guzzi V9 Bobber has an altogether lowered seating position, then it might get to have an even more compact riding position.
Talking about the shock absorbers along with the option of adjustable for spring preload and for cases in hydraulic compression and rebound, it will see a better stance in the V9. Since the earlier versions of the V9 seemed to lack a little bit in terms of control these new changes are hoped to make the chassis control even better. That's not all! This new version will even have a street legal slip-on exhaust pipe with the matte black paint. It will also have an aluminum bottom of it with an oblique shape towards the end.
These changes will help in enhancing the 850 V-twin. However, it’s part on how these are going to affect the vehicle are not yet clear. Talking about the front end of the bike, it seems to have a slick look. This is in spite of the front fender which comes with a lowered headlight frame which comes with a black aluminum fairing.