Moto Guzzi Eldorado Motorbike
Moto Guzzi Eldorado Motorbike
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Playing to the sport crowd in the mid 1970s meant death for the Moto Guzzi Eldorado Motorbike 850. The iconic tourer was dumped for the sportier 850T, but Moto Guzzi Eldorado Motorbike was already entrenched in the American cruiser market. In fact, if you have one of those 1972-to-1974 Eldorado 850s, you have a gold mine. Thanks to piaggio’s willingness to let its brands stay true to themselves, the 2018 Eldorado carries the sexy lines and the bold elegance of the Eldorado of yesteryear. Powered by a 1,380 cc engine that delivers plenty of torque at low-low rpm, the Eldorado is as much classic as it is classy.

While you don’t get the siren and flashing lights of the old LAPD bikes, the 2018 Moto Guzzi Eldorado Motorbike is still as beautiful a machine as it was when it hit the California coast forty-some years ago. Similar to its stable mate, the audace, the Eldorado is the heavyweight touring cruiser where the Audace is more the muscle cruiser. With bullhorn handlebars instead of drag bars, floorboards instead of pegs, those gangster whitewalls on spoked wheels, classic fenders and plenty of chrome, the Eldorado is the all-day tourer with a comfortable triangle and a don’t-trap-your-boot shifter.

The oversize saddle is built for comfort and with a seat height at 29.1 inches, it’s an easy reach to the ground for anyone of average height. You can shave a bit off of that with the low-seat option.

At 700 pounds before you get on it, the Moto Guzzi Eldorado Motorbike is a heavy bike and could be a handful for folks smaller of stature with not as much upper body strength. You’ll wrestle it in the parking lot, but once on the road, it’s smooth sailing. Replaceable nylon sliders under the floorboards give you a little insurance on aggressive cornering, and it handles the curves like a champ. Of course, if you like aggressive cornering, you might do better with the Audace.

Technical Specification Of Moto Guzzi Eldorado Motorbike


Front Brake Disc
Rear Brake Disc
Wheel Type Alloy
Starting Self Start Only
Fuel Capacity 20.5 Ltrs
Engine Type Twin cylinder, 4-stroke, 90° longitudinal V-Twin, dual ignition, Ride by Wire with 3 engine mappings, 3-level traction control, Cruise Control standard
Displacement 1,380 cc
Gear Box 6 Speed
Fuel Type Petrol

Engine and Transmission

Engine Type Twin cylinder, 4-stroke, 90° longitudinal V-Twin, dual ignition, Ride by Wire with 3 engine mappings, 3-level traction control, Cruise Control standard
Displacement 1,380 cc
Maximum Power 96.5 PS @ 6,500 rpm
Maximum Torque 120 Nm @ 2,750 rpm
Starting Self Start Only
Cooling System Liquid Cooled
Gear Box 6 Speed
No. of Cylinders 2
Valves (per cylinder) 4
Bore 104 mm
Stroke 81.2 mm
Supply System Fuel Injection
Transmission Type Manual

Tyres and Brakes

Tyre Size Front :-130/90-16

Rear :-180/65-16

Tyre Type Tubeless
Radial Tyres Yes
Wheel Size Front :-16 inch

Rear :-16 inch

Front Brake Disc
Rear Brake Disc
Front Brake Diameter 320 mm
Rear Brake Diameter 220 mm

Features and Safety

Speedometer Analogue
Tachometer Analogue
Odometer Analogue
Tripmeter Analogue
Seat Type Split
Console Analogue
Passenger Backrest Yes
Step-up Seat Yes
Passenger Footrest Yes
Traction Control No
Cruise Control No
Navigation No
Quick Shifter No
Launch Control No
Power Modes No
Adjustable Windscreen No
Mobile Connectivity No

Chassis and Suspension

Front Suspension 46 mm diameter traditional fork with mounting for radial calipers and telescopes on stems
Rear Suspension swingarm with twin shock absorbers with adjustable spring preload


Saddle Height 740 mm – 720 mm
Kerb Weight 314 kg
Fuel Capacity 20.5 Ltrs


Head Lamp LED
Tail Lamp LED
Pass Switch Yes

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