About The Moto Guzzi Club GB

How It All Started

The Moto Guzzi Club GB was established in 1976 by a small band of 40 enthusiasts. The Club now has approximately 2,500 members in the UK, Ireland and Overseas, and more than 40 local branches.

We are a club for all Moto Guzzi enthusiasts and cater for bikes ranging from the older single-cylinder Guzzis through to the modern "V" twins.  

We encourage friendly interaction between fellow motorcycle riders - whatever their choice of bike - through our club magazine as well as rallies, ride outs, club stands at shows, social media, and of course individual branch meetings.

The Guzzi Spirit

The Club recognises and supports the special 'Guzzi Spirit' that exists between Moto Guzzi bikes and the people who love them. Our aim is to share and promote this Spirit.

We of course welcome riders of any marque, as long as they have a love for Guzzis! In fact, some of our members have quite a varied collection in their garage.

Moto Guzzi owners usually stay true to the brand, and more often than not, just one Guzzi isn't enough.

This Spirit is international, and connects all models from the oldest single-cylinder Guzzis through to the latest V-Twins. It even expresses itself in regular pilgrimages to 'Radunos' (Gatherings) at the Guzzi factory in Mandello del Lario, on the shores of Lake Como in Italy.

In 2021 the Moto Guzzi factory celebrates 100 years of continuous production at the same location.

Join Us

We have an ongoing commitment to negotiate and provide a range of benefits for our members. Some highlights include:

Discounts

We have various companies that offer discounts to Club members, Ferries, Insurance Companies, Biker Clothing, Guided Bike Tours and much more.

Events and Outings

The Moto Guzzi Club GB arranges a number of rallies and camping weekends throughout the year. A lot of our long standing members use these organised events to meet old friends and make new ones.

Machine Dating

We offer a DVLA -  approved Machine Dating Service.

Technical Advice

Ask your technical questions either via the Club Forum, in our Magazine, or on the Facebook page.