Which classic V-twin would you buy?
Ahh, the classic V-twin; simple, strong, it’s a template for the ages. For many people, Harley-Davidson’s Sportster defines the classic V-twin motorcycle, and has come to be the essence of motorcycling for many riders, and none more so than the classic Sportsters of the 1960s. Other makers have used the V-twin, and very successfully, too. Moto Guzzi entered the V-twin arena with the 704cc V7 in 1966, and likewise Ducati with the 748cc GT750 in 1971 (although often referred to as an “L” twin). So the question is, if you could buy just one, which would it be?
Read more about the motorcycles we've polled here by clicking the links below:
- 1968 Harley-Davidson XLCH Sportster
- 1967 Moto Guzzi V7: Dennis Gage on Two Wheels
- Ducati GT750: The Bike that set Ducati's course