Moto Guzzi Stelvio adventure bike revealed

Moto Guzzi Stelvio price, debut at EICMA.

Moto Guzzi has revealed the Stelvio adventure bike, which is based on the V100 Mandello’s engine and chassis platform. 

  1. Gets tubeless tyres thanks to cross-spoked rims
  2. Radar-assisted adaptive cruise control an optional extra
  3. Electronically adjustable adaptive aero carried over from V100 Mandello

Powering the Stelvio is the same liquid-cooled, 1,042cc, 90-degree V-twin engine which in typical Guzzi fashion is mounted trasversely. Peak output figures aren’t out just yet but they shouldn’t stray too far from the Mandello’s 115hp/105Nm figures. As is the case with most adventure bikes these days, the Stelvio uses a 19/17-inch tubeless wire-spoke wheel setup, shod with dual-purpose rubber. 

A full suite of electronic rider aids is on offer including 5 riding modes, cornering ABS and traction control and cruise control. For the first time ever on a Moto Guzzi, you now have an option to equip it with a radar, which brings in adaptive cruise control. This is in addition to the adaptive aero, which is carried over from the Mandello V100. All this is controlled via the same 5-inch TFT dash and switchgear that is found on the Mandello V100 and the 2021+ Aprilia big bikes. 

The Stelvio’s 21 litre fuel tank is 4 litres larger than the Mandello, which weighs in at 233kg (kerb), and its reasonable to assume that the Stelvio will be a considerable amount heavier. 

All the unknown details about the Stelvio will be revealed at EICMA, which is slated to be held between November 7 – 12, so keep watching this space as we bring you the latest updates. 

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