2022 Moto Guzzi V85 TT Travel Guide

2022 Moto Guzzi V85 TT Travel

2022 Moto Guzzi V85 TT Travel 2022 Moto Guzzi V85 TT Travel


Introducing the 2022 Moto Guzzi V85 TT Travel…

Whatever destination you dream of or adventure you yearn for, the V85 TT TRAVEL is ready to be your trusty companion. Packed with a series of features designed for touring, the clue is in the name. This bike just loves to travel, which is why it’s decked out with a higher Touring windshield, additional LED fog lights and generous-capacity Urban side cases. The high-performance Michelin Anakee Adventure tyres are a match made in heaven, while a host of electronic and multimedia bells and whistles make every trip not only supremely comfortable but also unforgettable.



2022 Moto Guzzi V85 TT Travel Totalmotorcycle.com Key Features

It’s not only the latest generation Moto Guzzi engine that will grab your attention when you’re astride your V85 TT TRAVEL. On top of the mighty 850cc Euro 5-compliant beauty, you’ll find Moto Guzzi MIA, the multimedia platform that connects your smartphone and bike, opening up a host of extra functions. More than just a smart new way to get to know and manage your bike better than ever, it takes riding pleasure up yet another notch.

The Moto Guzzi V85 TT TRAVEL comes in a single colour scheme of Sabbia Namib, a light brown in a matt finish that caresses the bike’s curves, with the fuel tank and side panels also sporting a bold red stripe. It’s just one more reason this bike is a worthy adventure companion.

The V85 TT TRAVEL is designed to deliver an easy, intuitive and fun riding experience. The V85 TT range is the only one in its segment to use a shaft drive, far easier when it comes to maintenance than the chain version. On top of this, the generous suspension ensures greater comfort both on and off road, ably abetted by the ample distance between the ground and the engine, which is protected by an aluminium sump guard.




2022 Moto Guzzi V85 TT Travel Totalmotorcycle.com Features and Benefits

There is no other way to define the V85 TT and V85 TT Travel. Thanks to a performing and fun euro 5 engine, with more torque at low and medium revs. An experience guided by five riding modes, designed to give new emotions to even the most experienced riders. Tubeless wheels and new graphics to enjoy every corner of every journey. Admit it, you can’t wait to get in the saddle.

Electronic Systems
Two new Riding Modes join the three already existing, simplifying the management of traction control, ABS and the responsiveness of the Ride-by-Wire throttle. Cruise control and color TFT instrumentation are also standard. Furthermore, in the rich catalog of dedicated accessories, there is Moto Guzzi MIA: the multimedia platform that connects the smartphone to the vehicle, extending the functions of the instrumentation.

The construction scheme follows the exclusive one of all Moto Guzzi bikes: an air-cooled 90 ° transverse V-twin, with rod and rocker arm distribution with two valves per cylinder, pride and tradition of the Mandello Eagle. The unit is now richer in low and mid-range torque, with further improved engine control electronics.

You look for…
The spoked rims that now house tubeless tires are new: together they guarantee a weight saving of about 1.5 kg, reducing the unsprung masses with benefits on the already excellent driving dynamics.

You don’t drive, you live
Essential, practical and with all the style that made Moto Guzzi great. The V85 TT is ready to accompany you from everyday commuting to adventurous travel, without losing comfort or performance. An increasingly rare value for an increasingly homologated market, an ambitious dream that the V85 TT realizes by combining an iconic design with the features of a modern travel enduro. For this reason it has earned the title of the first and only classic enduro on the market.

Distance is never a problem
V85 TT Travel receives all the technical updates of the V85 TT. It stands out for its complete set-up that makes it ready to travel with the Touring windshield, the side cases of the Urban series with high capacity and reduced lateral dimensions, the pair of additional LED spotlights and the set of adjustable heated grips, in addition to the Moto Guzzi MIA multimedia platform.


The Cuirassiers and Moto Guzzi: 75 Years of History

The long history that binds the Cuirassiers’ Regiment to the Eagle from Mandello has its roots in the second post-war period when modern cars began to be favored over the outdated royal carriages for institutional travel involving the President of the Italian Republic. Consequently, the escort unit made up of select – and extremely tall – elite Carabinieri needed a means of transportation more suitable than horses to follow the motorized vehicles.

Confirming years of collaboration with the Italian armed forces, the choice fell almost naturally to Moto Guzzi, a true source of national pride, partly because of their countless victories achieved in motorcycle racing since the ’20s.

The need to quickly motorize a unit that had been strictly equestrian until then led the Cuirassiers to adopt 4 different Moto Guzzi models in just over 5 years. And so, the Alce, military bike par excellence, the Superalce, the Astore and its direct evolution, the Falcone Sport joined the regiment’s fleet.

However, it was only from the Astore that the bikes were specially outfitted to adapt to the needs of the Cuirassiers, including those connected to their specific height (in fact, the minimum height requirement to join the regiment was 190cm).

As the nineteen-sixties approached, it was still the Falcone Sport (with electric starter from 1959) that escorted the President of the Republic and the various foreign Heads of State visiting Italy. In line with the technological evolution in the motorcycle field, the first true change in the Cuirassiers’ motorcycle fleet came in 1968. With the V7 Special units, the single-cylinder was definitively surpassed to embrace the new Moto Guzzi era and the revolutionary transversal V-twin, destined to become the manufacturer’s calling card.

In 1975, one of the most innovative Moto Guzzi models arrived on the market – the V1000 I-Convert. With its increased engine capacity that reached 1000cc and its unprecedented integrated braking system, the I-Convert went to work straight away escorting the President of the Republic, paving the way for the next 40 years of Moto Guzzis destined for this role.

The mid ’80s marked the start of the long relationship between the Cuirassiers and the various Moto Guzzi California models, increasingly more muscular and with increasing engine capacity. Displacement went from the 948 cc of the California II used in 1985 all the way to the 1380 cc of the segment monarch, the California 1400 Touring, which cut a fine figure in the Cuirassiers’ parades and in presidential transfers from 2007.

In May of this important year, which marks Moto Guzzi’s 100th birthday, the Eagle brand presented the current President of the Republic, Sergio Mattarella, with V85 TT units, which joined his personal escort fleet.

The brand-new bikes feature a livery created specifically for the occasion, chromatically reminiscent of the California 1400 units already used.



2022 Moto Guzzi V85 TT Travel – Totalmotorcycle.com USA Specifications/Technical Details
Canada MSRP Price: $ TBA CDN
Europe/UK MSRP Price: £ See Dealer for Pricing in GBP (On The Road inc 20% Vat)

Engine Transversal 90° V-twin, two valves per cylinder (titanium intake).
Cooling air
Displacement 853 cc
Bore and stroke 84 x 77 mm
Maximum power 76 CV (56 kW) – 7.500 rpm (Also available at 35 kW, A2 driver license).
Maximum torque 82 Nm – 5.000 rpm.
Compliance Meets European Directive Euro 5
Emissions 119 g/km (CO2)
Consumption 4,9 l/100 km
Gearbox 6 speed
Fuel tank 23 l (5 reserve).
Seat height 830 mm.
Dry weight 211 kg. (Side panniers excluded)
Kerb weight 243 kg (According to guideline VO (EU) 168/2013 with all fluids, with standard equipment and fuelled with at least 90% of usable tank volume).
Front suspension Upside-down hydraulic telescopic fork Ø 41 mm, with adjustable extension and spring preload.
Rear suspension Swingarm Twin-sided with lateral mono shock absorber, adjustable extension and spring preload.
Front wheel Cross spoked tubeless wheel, 19″ 110/80.
Rear wheel Cross spoked tubeless wheel, 17″ 150/70.
Front brake Double stainless steel floating disk Ø 320 mm, radial Brembo calipers with 4 opposed pistons.
Rear brake Stainless steel disk Ø 260 mm, floating 2 pistons caliper.
Features Display TFT, full LED lights, Ride by Wire, 5 Riding Mode (Street, Rain, Offroad, Sport, Custom), Cruise Control, Handguard, Aluminium sump guard, MGCT
Moto Guzzi Controllo di Trazione, Standard double channel ABS, Dedicated Side panniers, Heated grips, Touring windshield, Moto Guzzi MIA, LED fog lamps + installation kit.
Colour range Sabbia Namib.



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