The Moto Morini Milano draws its power from a 1187cc, V-twin engine that develops power output of close to 110 bhp; price reveal later
The Italian motorcycle manufacturer Moto Morini has just unveiled its Milano retro classic motorcycle. The Moto Morini Milano gets its power from a 1187cc, V twin Bialbero Corsa Corta engine. This engine has been revised in order to offer a more relaxed ride and is good for churning out a maximum power output of 110 bhp. The power figure has been detuned from 139 bhp from the Corsaro ZZ.
Talking of the design of this motorcycle, the Moto Morini Milano comes with a rounded headlamp upfront that is a signature highlight of retro classic bikes. The front fender, fuel tank and side panels of the Moto Morini Milano come drenched in a glossy colour. The single saddle looks appealing and adds up to the retro classic charm of the motorcycle.
The Moto Morini Milano sits on a trellis frame, however, it has been revised to deliver a better handling. The swingarm is now single sided that has been linked to the forged aluminium wheel at the rear. The exhaust system of the Moto Morini Milano is twin pot unit that not only looks majestic but should also deliver a punchy exhaust note.
The suspension system of the Moto Morini Milano comprises of adjustable forks up front that have been made from a solid block along with a fully adjustable monoshock at the rear.
The stopping power to the Moto Morini Milano is delivered with the help of twin 320mm disc brakes upfront along with a single 220mm disc brake at the rear. These further come linked to a Bosch 9.1 MP ABS (Anti-Lock Braking System) to offer a decent and safe braking. The ABS can also be switched off that offers convenience to the stunting folks.
The retro classic bike features a full coloured five inch instrument cluster upfront that looks appealing and classy. The company has not announced the price of this motorcycle along with its availability but these will be revealed at a later stage.