Moto Guzzi unveils two 2021 versions of its Moto Guzzi V85 TT, with performance enhancements and new graphics for the Adventure.
For 2021, the Moto Guzzi V85 TT is available in both an Adventure model, as well as a Travel version. Both bikes are powered by a 90 degree, air-cooled V-twin engines. However, these engines are spotlighted by pushrod and rockers timing systems, two valves per cylinder with titanium intake cylinders.
The 2021 V85 TT now has a greater torque output in the low to mid rpm range. This is thanks to the optimization of the timing systems in concert with the engine control electronics. The V85 TT Travel is readily equipped for longer hauls with its touring windscreen, side panniers, LED lights, as well as adjustable heated handgrips.
The new V85 TT weighs less than the previous model, in part to its new spoked rims that mount tubeless tires.
Two new modes are added to riding assist electronics systems: Sport and Custom. These additions, in harmony with the existing Street, Rain, and Off-road settings, bring the ride mode count to five. These settings manage traction control, ABS and throttle response. Other features include cruise control and a standard TFT dash. Smartphone connectivity is accessible via the MIA Moto Guzzi multimedia platform. Graphic options for the Adventure include Giallo Mojave and Rosso Uluru.
The Moto Guzzi V85 TT Travel (13,390) and Adventure ($12,990) hit U.S. showroom floors in April 2021.