Moto Guzzi V11 Cafe Sport Motorcycles Reviews (4)
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2008-10-15 2004 Moto Guzzi V11 Cafe Sport Motorcycles View Listings

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I got this bike new as a leftover late last year. It looks even better in reality, it sounds great, and once I rode it (my first Guzzi) I was hooked. Actually, I had been looking for a R1150R, but I was glad to discover that there's something unique about this bike. You've got to ride one to see for yourself. It won't win speed contests, though it's plenty fast for any real-life situation. Instead, it's rock-solid, corners like on rails, and it feels and sounds like nothing else. It's also good to know that Guzzi is the second oldest motorcycle company in the world that has continued production with no interruption. The bike is very comfortable for a sporty ride. Probably more so than its clip-on siblings. The handlebar is wide and fairly raised and the seat is comfortable for a whole day. Other than minor niggles that can be sorted out fairly easily (e.g., my speedo/odo cable quit on me after about 700 miles and was replaced under warranty), these bikes are known to be pretty bulletproof. The engine has been basically used for the Guzzis for the last 40 years. It is a great design that is simple and stone-ax reliable. Maintenance is a breeze. Valves are probably the easiest to adjust anywhere. All is very simple and straightforward. Just make sure that you put good engine oil in it and change it every 3000 miles. They say the engine gets better as the miles pile up. I can't see myself ever giving up on this bike.
- t, United States

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2006-09-11 2004 Moto Guzzi V11 Cafe Sport Motorcycles View Listings

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Purchased a slightly used ( less than 9000km ) v11 sport with mods: Gianelli carbon fibre pipes, carbon front fairing, carbon wheel well, K&N air cleaners. Handles very well. I usually do not exceed 4200rpm in 6th. Love the style; its uniqueness on the road; it gets its fair share of looks, even when beside customized Harleys.
- Ignace Gerkes, Montreal, Quebec

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2005-08-31 2004 Moto Guzzi V11 Cafe Sport Motorcycles View Listings

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At 475 miles speedo/odo went out. This is common per dealer because it is still gear driven, but an easy fix. The seat is very comfortable on the day trips, 200 miles plus. Handling is excellent. Lean forward into the turns to move a little weight to the front end, relax elbows and look through the turn and this bike is on a rail all the way. Get used to the cam whirr and you don't need to see the tach. Only 40 were imported, so it is a huge eye catcher every time you park it. It will take a few thousand to break in the transmission. It is pretty notchy for now but improving. With the included titanium can upgrade and chip this one is a keeper on looks alone. It has a beautiful sound somewhere between the very low H-D thump and the higher reving duc v-twin purr. Ya Gotta Love it.
- John Roberts, Birmingham, Alabama

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2004-04-10 2004 Moto Guzzi V11 Cafe Sport Motorcycles View Listings

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A bike that you will love to ride day after day and their is not a whole lot of these on the street so you will get a lot of attention from your bike.
- shawn, ware, Massachusetts

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