850 Le Mans
Moto Guzzi's 90-degree v-twin engine design originated in the late 1940s and is still around today powering the latest generation of superbikes. While the first motorcycle to use this remarkable engine appeared in the late 1960s, the big Guzzi really began capturing the imagination of a wider public when the 850cc Le Mans burst on the scene in 1976. The sensational Le Mans looked like it was doing 100mph while stationary and on the open road delivered 130mph-plus performance. Without doubt one of the definitive superbikes of the 1970s and today highly collectible.
This 'Mark I' Le Mans was purchased from the first and only owner and is in very good condition. The machine is offered with Dutch 'Kentekenbewijs'.