V85 TT


The classic travel enduro retains the values and authenticity of the noble mandello brand and promises unique riding experiences, in keeping with moto guzzi tradition. Presented at EICMA 2017, and having kept to its development and production schedule, the new Moto Guzzi reflects a construction philosophy in which simplicity, practicality and lightness make for an unfiltered relationship between motorcycle and rider.

V85 TT

V85 TT: the Classic Travel Enduro

The fundamental concepts at the heart of the V85 TT project are simplicity, ease and practicality, values typical of those 80s enduro bikes. Moto Guzzi V85 TT achieves its ambitious goal of combining a style based on said values with the needs of a modern touring enduro. This is why it deserves the title of classic enduro, dedicated to touring . Its design combines technology and functionality, with typical Moto Guzzi traits to ensure durability. The desire for simple shapes is clear: with no kind of fairing, the V85 TT is defined by the lines of its tank, its side panels and the front mudguard, as well as its brand-new sculpted 90° V twin engine of course.

Chassis: for the utmost riding pleasure and ease

That Moto Guzzi ability to build superb chassis is once again confirmed with the V85 TT. Only the new Moto Guzzi can boast such a solid and precise front end as it enters a corner; only V85 TT is able to give the rider such a sense of control and safety while seeking excitement on the road. Reduced longitudinal development of the new small block engine allows for a very long swingarm, for safe and intuitive riding. The new asymmetric unit in box-type aluminium features a curved left arm, for a very linear exhaust pipe design and a reduction of lateral bulk. The right arm of the swingarm houses the new shaft drive transmission. V85 TT is the only bike in its segment to use shaft drive transmission, prioritised over a chain drive because it makes no mess and requires no maintenance.

  • Grigio Atacama

Transverse 90° V twin, two valves per cylinder (titanium intake).

Bore and stroke

84 x 77 mm

Compression ratio

10.5; 1

Maximum power

80 HP (59 kW) at 7,750 rpm


59 ft-lbs (80 Nm) at 5,000 rpm

Fuel system

Electronic injection; Ø 52 mm single throttle body, Ride-by-Wire



City/HCO2 Emissions (WMTC cycle)wy

118 g/km


6 gears

Fuel tank capacity

21 litres (5.5 gallons)

Curb Weight

425.5 lb (193 kg) | With motorcycle ready for use with all operating fluids and with 90% fuel: 469.6 lb (213 kg)

Engine capacity

853 cc

Rear wheel travel


Ground Clearance


Front brake

Double 320 mm stainless steel floating discs, Brembo radial-mounted calipers with 4 opposed pistons

Rear brake

∅ 260 mm stainless steel disc, floating caliper with 2 pistons

Front wheel rim


Rear wheel rim

Front wheel rim