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2024 Moto Guzzi Stelvio Is How a Motorcycle Gets Ready to Conquer Mountain Passes

Stelvio is the name of a mountain pass in the Eastern Alps. It borders Italy and Switzerland at an elevation of 2,757 m (9,045 feet), and has no less than 48 hairpin bends. Because of that, the pass is highly appreciated by drivers and riders, and even by Italian companies in the business of making cars and bikes.
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You already know of the Alfa Romeo Stelvio-branded vehicles, but as of this week the moniker will be bestowed on a two-wheeler as well. Italian bike maker Moto Guzzi is responsible for that, as it took the opportunity provided by the 2023 EICMA show to reveal the new iteration of the Stelvio motorcycle.

The name was in the bike maker's portfolio before, as it ran from 2007 to 2017 on a dual-sport motorcycle. It now makes a comeback on a machine described as being an adventure touring.

The bike builds on the V100 Mandello which was shown about a year ago. In fact, the two motorcycles have been developed roughly at the same time, but the Stelvio was a bit slower to come into this world.

At the core of the motorcycle is a twin-cylinder, 90-degree transverse engine, the same one used on the Mandello. It is 1,042cc in displacement, and potent enough to help riders navigate the namesake mountain pass: 115 horsepower and 105 Nm of torque.

A six-speed transmission is on deck to help properly control all that, and there are five riding modes to choose from: Tourism, Rain, Street, Sport, and Off-Road.

The engine is held in place by a new steel tube frame that has a 19-inch wheel fitted up front and a 17-inch one at the rear. A Sachs fork is used to support the larger one, and a KYB shock absorber for the other.

Aside from the bike being new, it brings forth a couple of impressive firsts for Moto Guzzi. The Stelvio is the first machine in the Italians' portfolio to make use of something called PFF Rider Assistance Solution, and the only one in its segment to use an electrically height-adjustable windshield.

The PFF is in fact a pair of 4D imaging radar sensors installed above the front headlight and below the rear light. They are used to gather data that is used by the long list of assistance systems the Stelvio is equipped with, including the Following Cruise Control (FCC), Forward Collision Warning (FCW), Blind Spot Information System (BLIS) and Lane Change Assist (LCA). The tech is not offered as standard, but comes as an option.

When it comes to the windshield, the electronic system allows it to be raised by as much as 70 mm even when the speed of the bike is as much as 150 kph (93 mph).

Moto Guzzi will offer the Stelvio in two color schemes, namely Giallo Savana and Nero Vulcano. Pricing and availability have not been announced.
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