Not to be left out of the 2013 EICMA show announcements, Moto Guzzi has announced its changes for the three models that make up the V7 line. Known for their 1970s-inspired style, the V7s are built, according to Moto Guzzi press materials, “to three fundamental pillars: the 90° transverse V-twin, the timeless double cradle frame […]
New Moto Guzzi Microwebsite a One-stop Portal for Guzzi Fans Old and New
Guzzis aren’t for everyone, and Guzzisti are quite okay with that fact. While Moto Guzzi recognizes the dedication of Guzzi devotees, it also recognizes that it needs to grow the brand.
Moto Guzzi USA, the North American importer of the Moto Guzzi brand, has announced a new “micro” site for Guzzis. The site, www.motoguzzioriginals.com, is part eye candy (actually, it’s very eye candy), part history, part marketing tool.
The new site is a one-stop-shop for Guzzi fans old and new alike. Loads of images of Guzzi bikes from the company’s heyday to plenty of stylish pics of modern Guzzis adorn a big portion of the main page. And it’s the images that make the site most appealing.
The V7 Racer: a modern Moto Guzzi with the timeless Guzzi look. MotoGuzziOriginals.com celebrates Moto Guzzi’s small-ish but enduring place in motorcycling.
But the site isn’t all show and no go. Guzzisti can upload their own images, browse the current Guzzi lineup, watch videos, connect to MG’s social media and even take in some of Moto Guzzi’s 90-year history.
To immerse yourself in Moto Guzzi visit: www.motoguzzioriginals.com