A design homage to the rallies of 1980s, a build for 21st century travels.

Italian brand Moto Guzzi recently unveiled its cool concept for an enduro bike dedicated to traveling. The design of the new V85 takes inspiration from the bikes competing at the 1980s rally raids. It blends retro design cues with classic Moto Guzzi style. Vibrant colors give the bike an eye-catching look, while sharp angles and clean lines enhance its character further. Specifically made for adventurous riders who love to explore and to travel on two wheels, the bike suits both short and long-distance routes. It comes with a narrow waist to provide plenty of room as well as more comfort for the driver and a passenger. The V85’s two-cylinder 90° transverse air-cooled 850cc engine provides 80 hp, making on and off-road riding thrilling.

The bike features a new steel-tube frame and engineered geometry for precision and stability, along with a tall front mudguard. Fully digital instruments and large DRL LED headlights complete the design. Although it doesn’t have a price tag yet, the company currently offers fans the opportunity to give V85 a new name. You can submit your proposal for this modern classic enduro on the brand’s official website.

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