Written on: 04/11/2010
comfort- power and style. handles well and as long as you do not thrash it the bike, opening up the power is thrilling and addictive, the 1200v has a lot of low down power, not quite the 'warp factor' of the Sports Breva but still good and it sips at the fuel if treated with care . its a lovely bike to ride and have. the only draw back is that it is on the heavy side which you may not be used to, so try it first - it hides this well but you have to bare it in mind if you have had smaller… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/05/2010
I bought my Breva 1200 in Feb 2009. I bought it in the Uk, but immediately exported it to France, where I live, so saving about '4,000 on the price here after getting it French registered. I had the Breva 750 before and we needed something a bit bigger both physically for 2 up holidays and as I now felt more comfortable after 20 something years away from bikes. I love the bike for Sunday trips out, holidays and some commuting (c.22 miles each way). It is comfortable, easy to ride and attracts… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/08/2009
This is my second Guzzi, having had everything from Yamaha 650 Dragstar,which was ghastly,and Raleigh Runabouts, Harley 1200 Sportsters, with and without sidecar !,Jawa 350 with and without a sidecar, ER5 Kawasaki, various Suzuki strokers,Honda CG125, and the inevitable 600 Suzuki Bandit, brilliantly reliable, but very characterless.
The Last Guzzi was a 1064 cc California Stone, which didn't let me down in 46,000 miles in four years, and did Lake Como to Oxford in one day,covering five… Read Full Review