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Part three !

International Speedster – Moto Guzzi V1000 Le Mans

Pitted against terrific triples, furious fours and screaming sixes tuners from all over the globe tapped into the untapped potential of Guzzi’s pushrod twin, and the results were spectacular. Where’s the love? Right here. 

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TJ Jackson’s Vincent Black Shadow (left) proves class never loses flavor. Alexander Woodbury gets the cover of February’s RealClassic magazine AND gets his Le Mans back on the road. Look for a full report in RC soon.  Some old shooters in Woodbury Media’s new office. Ride a classic? Read RealClassic!

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“The question of what makes the SP1000 a standout is easily answered. Be it hours or days in the saddle, a quick downshift as you climb brings the tach to five-grant and readies the throttle, producing a satisfying burst as you carve fully packed towards the summit. The SP’s superb chassis, strong brakes and steel pipe durability are common accolades, but that’s the point. The SP is excellent because it’s a Guzzi.”  Nolan Woodbury, RealClassic magazine 2017.

UK based Joe Caruso is a long time Moto Guzzi enthusiast dedicated to improving the vintage twin (and our not-so-vintage 1100 Sport) with modern materials and technology. Through engineering his own parts for Moto Guzzi racers, restorations and special projects, Joe has now decided to offer a select number of these highly developed specialty items to the Guzzi riding public. Made to order.