To stop this grisly two-wheeled hooligan, Moto Guzzi have fitted the Griso with dual 320-mm discs with four-piston callipers and a single 282-mm dia disc with twin-piston callipers. The brakes have sufficient bite and feel progressive too. As a result, braking is not a fussy affair on the Griso, which is great for a bike that is going to be ridden in India.
On the whole, the Moto Guzzi Griso is a good motorcycle for all kinds of riding. The bike retails for Rs 18.4 lakh, on road in Pune, and at that price the Italian machine faces competition from the BMW R 1200 R. While more people will definitely recognise the blue-and-white propeller logo as opposed to the red Moto Guzzi logo, if you’re looking for something unique, something characterful and something different, then the Moto Guzzi Griso is the bike to go for.