Rally Tour By Moto Guzzi On The Northeastern USA Has Commenced

Earlier this month, Moto Guzzi USA announced that they are going to bring their latest unique brand of motorbikes known as certacosa. The brand will be tagging along in three of their major rallies to be held in the northeastern part of America as part of their national demonstration tour. The demo tours made it possible for riders to see first-hand the latest models from Moto Guzzi for sale. They will also have the chance to experience the passion that the Italians have imparted when making their motorbikes by testing out the models on the roads that lead to the eastern part of Mississippi.

Moto Guzzi will have the following rallies – Americade to be held in Lake George, New York, Thunder in the Valley in Pennsylvania and Motorcycle Wekk which will be happening at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway. All of these events will be able to witness a display prepared by Guzzi to showcase their latest motorbikes as well as give free demo rides to attendees. The display will be featuring the latest MGX-21 bagger, the return of the Eldorado model, California 1400 Touring, Audace models that cane from the 1400 engine family, V711 Stone and the V9 Roamer and Bobber. There will be Guzzi staffs on standby for any question as well as to give demo rides free of charge.

The first stop of the rally tour by Guzzi will be the Americade. It will last for one whole week in celebration of motorcycling. There will be tours, both guided and unguided, to the Adirondack Park as well as Vermont’s Green Mountains. They will be featuring the Americade Expo that showcases about 200 industries and motorcycle events more than one could ever see in a single event in America.

Their second stop is at New Hampshire Motor Speedway for the Laconia Motorcycle Week. The last one will be the Thunder in the Valley to be held in the Johnstown, Pennsylvania, a town 70 miles on the eastern part of Pittsburgh. Attendees planning to buy Moto Guzzi for sale will be able to test out the models and see for themselves.