GHEZZI & BRAIAN FIONDA: THE DARK SIDE OF V11
In 2004, Ghezzi & Braian created a completely modernized version of the Moto Guzzi V11
Since 1995, the company Ghezzi & Braian of Missaglia has not dealt only with creating racing variants of the famous Moto Guzzi, but it also aimed to create road models by reusing and improving the mechanical components produced by the Mandello del Lario factory.
The original V11 ( Photo Credits : www.visordown.com )
In particular, reusing the mechanics of the famous V11 the industry of the province of Lecco launched in 2004 its new Naked called Fionda. Built around a twin-cylinder 1.1 engine with a capacity of 104 hp with a torque of 98 Nm managed by a five-speed gearbox, the bike implements a 50 mm Marzocchi fork, an Ohlins rear shock absorber, Brembo brakes, Marchesini forged aluminum rims and a Quat-D discharge.
Rear section ( Photo Credits : www.ghezzi-brian.com )
Handmade tailored are: the lighting system uses LED technology, the aluminum tank with lateral aerodynamic details, the lower tip, the front dome for the protection of the Veglia tachometer and the saddle that also acts as a tail.
Side section ( Photo Credits : www.ghezzi-brian.com )
Produced in less than twenty units, it was a good commercial success despite the high price of 30,100 euros.
Thanks to Valentina Zanola for the cooperation