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Editorial: Screw your Politics

Modern Bikes

Fast, oil-tight, easy and reliable, the new bike urge is a common malady among vintage motorcycle riders. Here’s three currently on the radar, each distinctly different yet sharing a common thread. 

Promos / Print

For RealClassic: Arturo Magni, limited production Guzzi-powered special, named for the founder. Upcoming at Woodbury Media; ‘Performance Special Review’ featuring Moko, Egli and Harris. Cover feature on Suzuki’s standout GS1000S for May 2020 issue of RC. Ride a classic? Read RealClassic!

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“Longer and lower than anything not made in Milwaukee, Tonti’s tubes hug the big twin like a pair of skinny jeans; sending the main frame tube through the cylinder splay and wrapping the rest to securely connect steering head to swingarm. Feeling pride, my turn on Bill’s 750 S3 completes the Tonti sport linage by virtue of sampling each model from the line; starting with the V7 Sport all the way through to the last Le Mans 1000. That’s taught me a few things, and when the S3’s tacho cleared 5k, the rush from it’s pumped-up engine was unlike any 750cc Guzzi I’ve ridden.” Nolan Woodbury, RealClassic 2015.

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.