Moto Guzzi V100 Mandello Aviazione Navale
On the spectacular stage of the flight deck of the Cavour plane service, Moto Guzzi and the Italian Navy have celebrated the shut ties which have united them for multiple hundred years.
The spread-winged eagle, the unmistakeable emblem of Moto Guzzi because it was established in 1921, dates again to the navy service of the corporate’s founders, Carlo Guzzi and Giorgio Parodi, within the Italian Royal Navy’s Aeronautical Arm in World Conflict One.
It was throughout the conflict that the 2 pals, and pilot Giovanni Ravelli, determined to enter motorbike manufacturing as soon as the battle ended. Ravelli was killed in an accident in 1919 and was unable to realize his dream. Guzzi and Parodi selected the Eagle as their image in reminiscence of their companion.
The occasion was an emotional event, which included the world preview of the Moto Guzzi V100 Mandello Aviazione Navale, a particular numbered limited-edition of the most recent arrival within the Moto Guzzi household.
Produced in a restricted version of 1913 numbered bikes, a tribute to the 12 months wherein the aviation arm of the Italian Navy was shaped, the unique Moto Guzzi V100 Mandello Aviazione Navale is a singular mannequin, beginning with its particular livery impressed by the Navy’s F-35B fighter jets.
The graphics are a trustworthy copy of these of the plane, with the insignia on each side of the cowl, along with the standard “jet consumption” stripes.
The livery is enhanced by a low-visibility tricolour rosette on the edges of the gasoline tank, the logo of the Italian Naval Aviation, and the brand of the Boarded Plane Unit.
Customary options embody a tyre strain monitoring system and heated handlegrips, whereas the serial quantity is laser etched on the handlebar riser. Every one of many bikes comes with its personal cowl and a commemorative plaque.