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Moto Guzzi Griso 1200 8V

Moto Guzzi Griso 1200 8V

5.0 from 5 reviews

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    Has the Looks and the Power

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    I have to say this is my favorite bike to ride. Something about the feel of this bike that is unlike any other. Its low and tight and very mean. It handles very well and is pretty quick. Its not a high speed burner, but, for a twin, it will hold its own with a lot of sport bikes out there. It sounds great with the stock exhaust. The best part of all, though, is that it is the baddest looking stock motorcycle I have seen in a very very long time! I am not disappointed at all!

    Date PurchasedApr 2014
    Luko

    LukoSydney

    • 4 reviews

    The best bike I’ve ever owned

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    It’s a sport bike, a cruiser, a retro, it’s everything. I’ve owned Ducati’s, Harley’s, sport bikes. This is the best I’ve ever ridden or owned. It’s comfortable, it sounds awesome and it looks hot. Buy one, you won’t regret it. I get groups of Harley riders giving me the thumbs up. I get random strangers (non riders) complimenting the bike. I don’t understand why they aren’t selling them by the container load.

    Date PurchasedDec 2016
    Snapshot14

    Snapshot14Melbourne

    • 3 reviews
    • 5 likes

    Great cruiser

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    Beast of a bike. Good looking machine ,reliable and gutsy. Excellent around town and awesome on the highway and curves .Sounds terrfic and very easy to maintain. Never had a problem mechanically . Pillion passenger is very comfortable and no complaints on long rides. Fantastic bike and worth every penny.

    Date PurchasedFeb 2016
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    Big Mick

    Big MickPaddington

    • 8 reviews
    • 8 likes

    Underrated

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    Dmax85

    Dmax85Perth

    A Thug Dressed in a Tuxedo. ....Oh Mama what a bike.

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    Questions & Answers

    Glenn M

    Glenn Masked

    Given the forward leaning riding position,any arm fatigue after a couple of hours of riding?

    1 answer
    Luko
    Luko

    I’m 188cm tall and I don’t get any arm fatigue at all. The only thing that tires me on long highway stints is the lack of wind protection (like any naked bike). Wind protection and luggage options are almost non-existent so it won’t be a good touring option. As far as visceral experience goes, there’s nothing like it. I’ve owned Ducati and Harley.

    pav

    pavasked

    I am 176cm tall just wondering if I would be able to sit on the bike with both feet firmly on the ground?

    2 answers
    Dmax85
    Dmax85

    Hi Pav - I'm 177 and don't have a problem. Much will depend on your weight (i'm 99kg) and how firm you set the rear - it's adjustable. I've kept the factory settings coz i love the clearance - but you can adjust for a softer (read lower) spring at the rear shock.
    Hope this helps - they are a great ride.

    pav
    pav

    Thanks Dmax just went to the shop and sat on one and it feels fine not as low as my Harley but the Griso is replacling it I'm sure Ill adapt.

    Regards

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