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DISRUPTIVE DESIGN From its front aerodynamic protection to its entirely carbon-coated tail, everything in the MGX-21 is designed to amaze. A challenge to imagination.   The new Moto Guzzi MGX21 Flying Fortress is no ordinary motorcycle. It is designed to be different - it will never be to everyones taste - it is a very exclusive and individual motorcycle. Pictures barely do it justice available in one colour only this bike is like no other. First deliveries will be in July/August 2016, just 10 examples will be available in the UK if you would like further information please call us on 01243 782544. CMW Motorcycles are proud to have been chosen to represent this stunning motorcycle in the South of England

The bagger stands out for its design, build quality and attention to detail

Presented last year as a prototype of a futuristic, seductive and powerful bagger, the current version of the MGX-21 is now very close to the final one to be delivered to dealers next year.

The immediately obvious aspect of its appearance is also wholly exceptional. The technical and stylistic features of the prototype, which had surprised everyone when first revealed, have been kept totally intact. This is not a marginal detail, given that very important changes are usually made between a prototype version of a motorcycle and the final production model. Indeed, in the case of the MGX-21 a major detail has been added: the refined Moto Guzzi has become a bagger, gaining a pair of lateral motorcycle cases, which maintain intact the purity of design boasted by the prototype, harmoniously blending into the style of the tail.

The design of the MGX-21 leaves little room for indifference and, like all Moto Guzzis, begins by showing off the engineering of the big 90° transverse V-twin engine. Its two large cylinders seem literally to explode out of the petrol tank, helping to significantly lower and streamline the side view. The red paint of the aluminium head covers emphasises the power this engine is capable of expressing, even in its aesthetics. With a low tail and raised front, thanks to the striking and distinctive design of the big fairing, the MGX-21 takes on the appearance of a large, technological and luxurious motorcycle able to grind out the miles with a smooth ride. It's certainly no wallflower, but rather seeks to attract people's attention with its original shape and the mysterious nocturnal appearance created by the PADC (Piaggio Advanced Design Center) designers in California. To celebrate such a personal, powerful and brave style, Moto Guzzi gave the new MGX-21 the evocative soubriquet of Flying Fortress. The Moto Guzzi bagger keeps the 21" alloy front wheel, now protected by carbon covers with small openings where the spokes intersect with the channel. This design choice also brings the technical advantage of increased stability and ease of handling due to the passage of air from one side of the hub to the other while the bike is in motion.

The Flying Fortress raises Moto Guzzi's technological flag. The new Italian bagger is distinguished by its high level contents some of which are unique and patented, helping to maximise riding pleasure and comfort, and of course safety. Behind the cowl a sophisticated instrument panel has a monochrome dot matrix display and real entertainment system. The latter includes a stereo and the intercom system. The Bluetooth module ensures full interaction with external devices such as a smartphone, which can be used as a music player or to manage the Moto Guzzi (MG-MP) multimedia platform, an exceptional source of information for the journey. The standard equipment is complemented by a sophisticated electronic engine management system, which includes the Ride-by-Wire multimap, in addition to two-channel ABS, traction control set to three different levels of operation (and excludable) and cruise control. The new Moto Guzzi also stands out for meticulous and obsessive attention to detail. The spectacular optical units use LED technology, while the electrical controls on the handlebars are made of metal. While respecting the solid century-old tradition, the MGX-21 reaches out to the future, employing materials typically used in the most advanced sports motorcycles. Indeed, many parts are made in high quality carbon, such as the front mudguard, the tank panels, the motorcycle case covers, the engine push rod and the front wheel covers.

State of the art technology for maximum riding pleasure

The adoption of the 21" front wheel brought with it a major evolution of the frame to ensure high levels of comfort and riding pleasure. Moto Guzzi worked hard to define the new steering geometry and ensure balance and ease of riding. In so doing it thus combined the comfort and load capacity of a custom with the dynamism and performance of a cruiser, two qualities that are difficult to reconcile. The new tubular structure of the closed double cradle frame adopts the ingenious elastokinematic engine mounting system developed by Moto Guzzi to eliminate vibrations transmitted to the rider when moving. However, when stationary the bike still retains the throb of the Moto Guzzi big block's two powerful 104 mm diameter pistons, which can excite even the most streetwise motorcyclist, intensifying the vibrancy of this model. The largest V-twin ever produced in Europe, which can deliver more than 120 Nm of torque with ease and precision from very low revs, has earned EU4 certification and a new exhaust unit with very long horizontal terminals. All this verve is controlled by a benchmark brake system for the category, worthy of a sports motorcycle, comprising a trio of large diameter discs and four-piston front callipers and radial connection.

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CMW Motorcycles is located in the centre of Chichester, West Sussex in the south east of England, not far from Portsmouth, Hampshire, close to the south coast and near the historic Goodwood motor racing circuit, famous for its annual Goodwood Revival and Festival of Speed as well as frequent track days and other club events. CMW owner Richard Morgan and his father Alan before him have been selling and servicing new and used motorbikes and scooters for over 70 years. Nowadays CMW is a principal dealer for Suzuki, Moto-Guzzi, Royal Enfield and Aprilia motorcycles as well as Piaggio and Vespa Scooters, all wonderful makes, each with their own unique character. CMW's two factory trained technicians have both atttained Suzuki Master Technician status and are also Ducati Trained as well as being Factory Trained on Moto Guzzi, Aprilia, Royal Enfield, Vespa and Piaggio. Furthermore CMW has been maintaining and repairing the full range of other brands of motorcycles and scooters available in the UK for many years. CMW's workshop is equipped to carry out all types of repairs, diagnostics, servicing, tuning, tyre-fitting, accident repairs, MOT testing, dyno-testing and much more. To help you enjoy your motorcycling even more, CMW's retail shop carries a wide range of spares and accessories, from clothing to oil, from batteries to filters, plus a wide range of security products, covers, paddock stands, boots, gloves and helmets to name but a few. CMW Motorcycles is a proper motorcycle shop, run for enthusiasts by enthusiasts. Pay us a visit, you won't be disappointed.