Moto Guzzi California Motorcycle Owners News, Reviews and More
Near 17000 miles on the odometer of my Guzzi California, the lever arm on the shift linkage was so loose it was almost falling off the splined shaft. There is a groove on the shaft that the more or less traps the clamping screw so that the arm won’t be able to fall off, but it was mighty close to doing so.
the 2013 Moto Guzzi California 1400 continues to impress the media and is named Best Cruiser 2013. The first year of the much anticipated big Moto Guzzi cruiser has certainly been a success. Awards such as Robb Report “Best of the Best” and Cycle World “Top Cruiser” are certainly good indications that Moto Guzzi has done things right with the new California.
Changing the Brembo rear brake pads on my Moto Guzzi California Vintage was an easy maintenance task that I did myself. The stock Brembo rear brake pads began to squeak at approximately 16k miles and were getting thin,
As riders and as Moto Guzzi enthusiasts, I think I speak for most of us by saying that we are excited about the new California 1400. Well, some writers for…
On November 13, 2012, Moto Guzzi history was made with the launch of the new California 1400 at EICMA show in Milan. Two versions are being made available and both are built in the famous Mandello del Lario factory in Italy. The two models launched are the California 1400 Touring and the Custom.