The Moto Guzzi Story
Racing and Production Models from 1921 to the Present
- Ian Falloon has written numerous motorcycling books, including around a dozen for Haynes. His best-seller is sister title The Ducati Story, which has sold over 20,000 copies through four editions. In the same series he has also written titles on Honda and Kawasaki. He lives in Australia.
- Since the publication of the first edition, which is now out of print, there have been two buy-outs of Moto Guzzi by Aprilia and Piaggio, as well as many new models since 2004. This all color book will include all the new models launched along with full details of the changes in ownership.
- In series with the recently updated and well received The Ducati Story, also from Ian Falloon.A detailed history of this internationally known and charismatic marque.Racing successes in the 1930s and 1950s when the company dominated 250cc and 350cc Grand Prix racing.The introduction of the V7 Sport and the Le Mans, which were at the forefront of the Superbike era.The 1,000cc Daytona, produced with the help designer Dr John Wittner and embracing the latest technology of the day.The remarkably long-lived designs including the 500cc Falcone (in production from 1950 to 1976) and the V7, produced from 1966 to the present day (as the V11). Full coverage of the considerably expanded range produced since 2004, when the company was sold to Piaggio.