Discussion in 'General Classic Motorcycle Discussion' started by Bernhard, Feb 20, 2020.
Sad to say that the founder of Morbidelli, died on 10/2/20 he was 86. May he RIP.
Hi there is a beautiful V8 Image in here;
An example can also be seen at the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum in Birmingham, Alabama, USA
Morbidelli museum to sell about 350 bikes
A very sympathic motorcycling, friendly is passed RIP big Man.
But look on the bright side - the next Mike Hailwood might just have been born and might benefit from Giancarlo's good work. - Like buses, there is always another coming along in a minute.
I can console myself with the knowledge that I could not afford to live with any of those bikes. What could you do with them which would not be a waste ?
When the Morbidelli 125s came to Australia, the fast guys were riding TZ250s - the Morbidellis were faster. There is a guy near me who still has one. It is neck and neck with a Honda RS125.