Moto Guzzi Motorcycles

Moto Guzzi V11 Sport Rosso Mandello 2001

Technology and 80 years of tradition merge in the new
V11 Sport Rosso Mandello, the Moto Guzzi café racer

Red is the colour of the Italian sports car. And it is the colour that has always marked the most successful Moto Guzzi motorcycles. The Le Mans were red, as was the frame of the V7 Sport, all motorcycles that have sustained riders’ respect. As a reminder of this great tradition and to celebrate its 80th birthday, an anniversary which falls in the year 2001, Moto Guzzi is introducing the new V11 Sport Rosso Mandello, a special edition and limited series of the latest and most sporty model in the range.

The high-profile carbon fibre fairing means that the V11 is less bare and full use can be made of its performance potential. The same material is used to make the new front mudguard and the smart bridge on the instrumentation panel. Silencers are also made out of carbon fibre, helping to make this a lighter and higher-performance machine. A touch of exclusivity is provided by anodised features which create a new chromatic effect. The frame plates which support the footrests and the valve covers of the V-twin cylinders are anodised in red.

Being personalised in this way, the V11 Sport Rosso Mandello is able to bridge the gap between those people who want the charm of a classic motorcycle and those who want to be abreast of technological evolution. The engine plays a major aesthetic role and is coupled to a compact and efficient gearbox which, by using the technology used in Formula1 circles, has rapid, accurate and silent clutch operation. This technological treasure can be found on all V11 Sports, but the Rosso Mandello also has something new; the hydraulic clutch which is now fitted with a single disc with sintered friction material.

To satisfy riders who take braking to the limit, the V11 Sport Rosso Mandello has two disc brakes that are lighter and more efficient. No changes have been made to other chassis elements. The Marzocchi cantilever swing-arm and the White Power shock absorber remain.

 Technical Specifications
 Engine Type: 4 stroke air cooled 
 Displacement: 1064CC, 90° V-twin
 Bore/Stroke: 92mm x 80mm
 Compression Ratio: 9.5 : 1
 Max. H.P: 90 @ 7800 RPM
 Max. Torque: 72 ft/lbs. @ 6000 RPM
 Valve System: OHV with 2 valves per cylinder
 Fuel Delivery: Electronic Fuel Injection
 Ignition: Digital Electronic
 Transmission: 6 speed with shaft and floating rear drive
 Clutch: New Mono-disc clutch in sintered material
 Charging System: 25A x 14V alternator with 13 AH battery
 Frame: Chrome Moly rectangular spine w/ engine as stressed member
 Suspension: Marzocchi 40mm, dual adjustable USD forks. WP rear mono shock
 Instruments: Speedometer with tripmeter, tachometer and warning lights
 Fuel Capacity: 5.5 US Gallons
 Braking: Front: Dual 320 mm floating discs w/ 4 piston calipers, Rear: 282 mm disc
 Tires: Front: 120/70 ZR 17 tubeless, Rear: 170/60 ZR 17 tubeless
 Dry Weight: 214 kilograms
 Seat Height: 78.74 centimetres

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