The Moto Guzzi Stelvio 1200 4V differentiates itself as a no-frills, stand-up bike. It may not have the cache as some of its peers, but make no mistake, this is one bike that’s ready to rock and roll at a moment’s notice.
To say that this bike doesn’t come packed with features is a gross understatement to what it’s capable of. For starters, the Stelvio sits on a 19" spoked front wheel that tracks effortlessly on your chosen path. The riding position is comfortable for long journeys due to a large seat and adequate padding. The design is aerodynamic for its parts, the windscreen is manually adjustable, and nosecone moldings chop a good sized hole in the atmosphere. The bike also comes equipped with wide cases, engine protection guards, GPS navigation, heated hand grips, hand guards, fog lights, tank bags, and an anti-theft system that is available as an added accessory. As far as luggage space is concerned, the Stelvio 1200 4V comes with a small storage space in the tank shell that opens with a switch.
At the heart of the Stelvio 1200 4V is a new 90-degree, V-twin quattrovalvole - hence the 4V designation - engine that delivers a mouth-watering output of 103 horsepower. With this much power, the Stelvio 1200 4V has a suspension set-up that strikes a decent balance between compliance and control.
Find out more about the Moto Guzzi Stelvio 1200 4Vafter the jump.
Moto Guzzi Stelvio 1200 4V
The Stelvio is a winding road immersed in the shadow of the Ortles Massif, with 84 hairpin bends reaching a height of 2,757 metres, linking Valtellina with Val Venosta. For motorcyclists, and other road-lovers, this road built in 1855 is a legendary route combining the difficulties of a winding mountain road with the beauty of nature, condensed into an extraordinary intense riding experience. For Moto Guzzi it’s a historical test bed, the ideal place to test different chassis setups, deceleration resistance and power, engine response, and suspension. A test bed where Mandello’s new creation, taking its first steps, immediately impressed riders thanks to the dynamic and fun handling. The bike was so impressive it seemed only natural to sum up the talent that went into the design and technical solutions of the new maxi enduro Moto Guzzi in the images and sensations of a place where riding pleasure is enriched by a sense of adventure, a sporting challenge, touring extreme: the Stelvio.
|Type 90°||V-twin engine, 4-stroke|
|Cooling||through air and oil and an independent cooling pump|
|Engine capacity||1,151 cc|
|Bore and stroke||95 x 81.2 mm|
|Compression ratio||11: 1|
|Timing system diagram (1-mm checking clearance)|
|Maximum power||77 kW (105CV) at 7,500 rpm|
|Maximum torque||above 108 Nm at 6,400 rpm|
|Fuel supply / Ignition||Multipoint sequential electronic ignition, Magneti Marelli IAW5A phased, alfa-n system; two Ø 50mm throttle bodies, Weber IWP 189 injectors, lambda probe.|
|Spark plugs||NGK PMR8B (Long Life)|
|Exhaust system||stainless steel, 2-in-1 type, three-way catalytic converter with lambda probe|
|Type approval||Euro 3|
|Gear ratio values||-*1st 17/38 = 1 : 2.235|
|Primary transmission||with helical teeth, ratio 26/35 = 1: 1.346|
|Final drive||Compact reactive cardan shaft drive system called CA.R.C.; double joint and floating bevel gear pair, ratio 12/44 = 1 : 3.666|
|Clutch||single-disc with integrated anti-vibration buffer|
|Chassis||tubular in high-strength steel with integrated engine|
|Front suspension||fork with Ø 50mm inverted stems, fully adjustable (spring preload and hydraulic compression and rebound damping) with radially-mounted brake caliper|
|Front wheel travel||170 mm|
|Rear suspension||single arm with rising-rate leverage, single shock absorber with hydraulic rebound damping adjustment and knob spring preloading set screw.|
|Rear wheel travel||155 mm|
|Front brake||double stainless steel floating disc, Ø 320 mm, radial calipers with 4 opposed pistons|
|Rear brake||fixed stainless steel disc, Ø 282 mm, floating caliper with 2 parallel pistons|
|Wheels||Tubeless with spokes|
|Front rim||2.50” x 19”|
|Rear rim||5.50” x 17”|
|Front tire||110/80 R19”|
|Rear tire||180/55 R17”|
|System voltage||12 V|
|Battery||12 V – 18 Ah|
|Alternator||12 V – 550 W|
|Height||1475 mm (windshield high position)|
|Saddle height||840 mm|
|Minimum height from ground||210 mm|
|Dry weight||214 kg|
|Kerb weight.||251 kg|
|Fuel tank capacity||18 liters|
Twowheelsblog ---- "The new Moto Guzzi Stelvio 1200 4V has been revealed in the historic Siena seat of Monte dei Paschi. The new Stelvio is Guzzi’s answer to recent releases from BMW. As discussed by CEO Tomasso Giocoladelli: “Guzzi can’t afford to be even a centimetre behind the competition. We can only grow if we offer the technological developments the market demands: entering in new segments is a compulsory choice."
Webbikeworld ---- "Moreover, the new Moto Guzzi Stelvio 1200 4V has been designed and developed to brave any destination, devouring kilometers of roads and even off-road surfaces. This multipurpose capability is evident at first glance .Inspired by off-road bikes, Stelvio 1200 4V breaks the traditional, austere look of models in this market segment by introducing new intense shapes and a dynamic energy that evokes the feeling of adventure, long routes, the most extreme use."
Diseno-art ---- "Powering the Stelvio 1200 4V is a 1,151 cc V-twin which develops 105 hp @ 7,500 rpm and 108 Nm of torque at 6400 rpm. This is connected to a six-speed gearbox with shaft drive."