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Breva – the name of a wind that sends ripples over the surface of Lake Como bringing good weather. This is a name that, two years on from the launch of the Breva V1100, underlines sheer quality and recalls the glorious past of Moto Guzzi. With its highly innovative technology and looks, the Breva V1100 instantly captured the hearts of critics who defined it as the natural heir to the legendary V7 that is the icon of Moto Guzzi. Like its renowned forerunner that was a replica version of the much loved “V7 Special”, the new Breva V 1200 too celebrates the more recent V1100. The Breva V 1200 now has a different character thanks to its new more powerful engine. It has however lost none of the sophistication nor up-to-date, intuitive handling characteristics that made the V1100 one of the best-selling motorbikes in the world. The new Breva V 1200 has seen the addition of new evolved technology as well as improved levels of
does a good job of listing the maintenance tasks and describing the schedule as “every 7500 km” or “every 15000 km” etc. Fair enough, but somehow I wanted to see a more traditional schedule, so I’ve listed the tasks in a table, kilometers as columns and tasks as rows. Gives a bit clearer view of the maintenance schedule – at least I think so.