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The MGX-21's Carbon Fiber Construction Allows For Increased Speed

 - Aug 9, 2016
References: motoguzzi & newatlas
The MGX-21 is a gorgeously crafted and engineered cruiser motorbike, offered by none other than Moto Guzzi, that was recently unveiled at the Sturgis Motorcycle Ralley in South Dakota.

This high-powered cruiser motorbike weighs in at 752 pounds, with the liberal use of carbon fiber components making it possible to shave 16 kg of the bike's expected regular weight. The bike comes fully powered by a 1400 cc, 90-degree V-Twin engine that works in conjunction with a six-speed transmission setup. The end result is an engine setup that pumps out 97 horsepower as well as 89 pound-feet of torque.

Moto Guzzi's latest cruiser motorbike even comes with an all-inclusive entertainment system including a Bluetooth module and USB socket, making this a perfect motorbike for those who want to remain attached to their gadgetry on the go.