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The real speculation is how many on this forum are ready to open their wallets if Moto Guzzi puts out a new 850 in the design of their liking?
Sources in Italy mention a new Nevada based on the V9. 2 tone paint, leather bags, and forward controls.
Ugh, Id rather own a Sportster.
The idea that it would be a refreshed Nevada is BS. A v9 Nevada would be too close to the existing V9 Roamer, and it's not like the Roamer is a super hot seller.
Small block, single disc?
Since we're speculating... or maybe just wishing... how about a new LeMans?They build the V7 Sport with an 850 motor. How hard would it be to turn that into a LeMans with premium suspension and new bodywork and pipes?
"Nothing wrong with a single disk if it is sized right and mated with the right caliper to do the job."The KLX is 300+lbs and 300cc's so I'm sure that the single disc isn't a problem but a 100+hp LeMans that would go toe to toe with a Triumph Thruxton RS should have dual discs and good suspension IMO.
how the hell can ya'll see if it's a single disk in that pic
Most of the LeMans bikes produced have been 850's??????? LM I, II, III????
Agreed. That's what I was thinking when I wrote my earlier post. Look how well the new V7s have done for Moto Guzzi - and how similar they appear to the original V7. The original V7 Sport is one of the most collectible post-60s Guzzis. Also highly collectible: the original 850 LeMans, which also happens to be (IMO) one of the best looking bikes Guzzi ever made. The V7s have attracted a lot of younger (even first-time) riders. Some of them might be ready for 20% more displacement and power. Why not build an 850 LeMans with modern tech and 1977-inspired styling? It could be an upgrade for the V7 owners, and would offer the nostalgia angle for older people.I don't they will realistically build another real sports bike - at least not so long as Piaggio keeps Aprilia.
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