Moto Guzzi is bringing new bikes and lots of fun to three big bike rallies in the Northeast U.S.A. this summer.

Moto Guzzi Kicks Off USA Northeast Rally Tour

A veritable sea of rosso corsa

Moto Guzzi USA is bringing its unique brand of motorcycle certa cosa to three major rallies in the northeast United States this month with its national demo tour. The demo tour allows riders to see Guzzi's latest offerings and to experience a little Italian passion on some of the best riding roads east of the Mississippi.

At each of these rallies – Americade in Lake George, New York, Motorcycle Week at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway, and Johnstown, Pennsylvania's, Thunder in the Valley – Guzzi will display a number of new bikes and provide free demo rides. On display will be the new MGX-21 bagger, California 1400 Touring, V9 Roamer and Bobber, V7III Stone, and the returning Eldorado and Audace models from the 1400 engine family. Guzzi staff will answer questions and provide demo rides.

Moto Guzzi Kicks Off USA Northeast Demo Tour

Guzzi's first stop, Americade, is a week-long festival of motorcycling, offering guided and unguided tours through the beautiful Adirondack Park and Green Mountains of Vermont. It features the Americade Expo with nearly 200 industry vendors and more motorcycle events than virtually any other event in the United States.

The demo tour's second stop is at the Katancha venue at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, the demo destination during Laconia Motorcycle Week, June 12–17. The week will include AMA and ASRA racing, the Loudon Classic, ride in bike show, Sick Boy pet run, fashion show, Wall of Death stunt show, and much more.

Finally, the demo tour winds up at the Thunder in the Valley. Located about 70 miles east of Pittsburgh in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, the rally features live music, a host of vendors, stunt shows, and the American Motor Drome Wall of Death. Thunder in the Valley is rally-goers chance to tour everything that beautiful western Pennsylvania has to offer – including the Allegheny Portage Railroad National Historic Site, Johnstown Flood National Memorial, and the Flight 93 National Memorial.