2021 Moto Guzzi V9 Roamer Specs and Colors

Strange but true, the new series of the 2016 Moto Guzzi V9 Roamer edition will use the same engine as the Moto Guzzi V9 Bobber model – that is the 850cc displacement engine. This engine will have the 90 degrees with the V-Twin engine that the Bobber also has. For those of us who look for the differences between those series, we should attend the upcoming EICMA International Auto show in Milan. Standard specs cover some new features, such as adjustable traction control, standard ABS, and the USB connectivity port. According to an official statement we received from Moto Guzzi, both series include the stunning visuals and reliability of medium-size of custom bikes.

2016 Moto Guzzi V9 Roamer Front View

Extraordinary visuals will appear different for this upcoming Roamer series because– there is a glossy white paint on the fuel tank area. The exterior looks even sweeter with the two red lines that accentuate the fuel tank. The best way to describe the tires is beefed up to maintain its masculine power. Rumor has it that this Italian retro bike maker will add two more models for the EICMA event. Another exciting fact about the series is that they are in the Superbike class. For lovers of old-fashioned bike design, we recommend you choose the Bobber edition rather than the Roamer. There are no differences between the two in the exhaust placement or configuration. Both series have the dual exhaust placement on the left and right side.

Despite the detailed specs that the 2016 Moto Guzzi V9 Roamer and the Bobber will offer – as usual, the automaker still provides extraordinary options for customization. These options cover all the specs and features that can be taken off and added based on our personal interests and preferences. What Guzzi has always offered for every breed is more than just a special package, it is the wide of options for any purchaser to describe their dream bike. Higher suspension can be added to personalize the comfort of riding this bike.

2016 Moto Guzzi V9 Roamer Side View

[Photos via Moto Guzzi]