Alan Cathcart is a wealth of knowledge when it comes to bikes, his latest book on the amazing Moto Guzzi race bikes up to 1957 proves that. You can purchase his new book now! Check it out...

This stunning large format hardcover volume is printed on quality paper, with 160 pages and 91 full page photos, covering the history of the Moto Guzzi factory racers up to 1957, when they withdrew from racing after winning the 350cc World Championship for five years!

Alan is no stranger to Moto Guzzi’s successful years of racing in the 50s, riding their 1956 V8 GP Racer!


Check out Alan’s ride of the 1956 V8 GP Racer here…


This means that, in marking the Centenary last year of the foundation of this legendary company now owned by Piaggio, Moto Guzzi Racers includes not only the complete technical evolution and racing history of the fabulous 500cc V8, but also all the bikes which preceded it, including Moto Guzzi’s World title-winning 250cc and 350cc singles, as well as its various 500cc singles, twins and four-cylinder contenders. It also includes his riding impressions of two of the most significant models in Guzzi’s racing history, the wide-angle 500cc 120° V-twin, and the iconic V8 which succeeded it. 

Jeff will be reading the book over the next week or two and doing a full review so keep an eye out in the coming weeks.

Jeff will be reading the book over the next week or two and doing a full review so keep an eye out in the coming weeks.

Alan Cathcart’s new book titled: Moto Guzzi Factory Racers has been published in two languages, English and Italian, by Alan’s colleagues at FBA Moto Italiane in Firenze, Italy, and full details are available on their website here. It is only available via mail order to be sent duty-free anywhere in the world, since books are not subject to any import tax in any country.


 

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