"A powerful, rotary valve lightweight with big bike styling."
"Aimed at the bread and butter market"
"A sophisticated rotary disc valved two-stroke at a competitive price"
"A 250 which makes distinction by cubic capacity ridiculous."
"Were it to perform as well as it looks, success would surely follow."
"A sometimes trail bike for the back street sneak"
"In the main I would be quite happy to consider it as fulfilling all my needs in a motorcycle."
"This miniracer stands tall"
"It is possible to convince yourself that you can pay for it out of petrol saved!"
"Mass, muscle and thirst."
Is this the same 500 as what we called the "Titan" in the States?
"Heel, toe and away we go..."
"Torque across the board"
"Last of the split singles."
"This best of burden doesn't smell or make rude noises, but it will carry you and your gear anyplace."
"If you're in the right frame of mind, these long wheelbase dirt racers could be uncut gems..."
Introducing the "Serious Man's" Ossa: with new 5-speed gearbox and super-finning.
"Six years ago European-style Japanese motorcycles didn't exist. Since then, the CBX came and went, V-twins and V-fours came and stayed. Now the Classic Italian Sport Bike comes from Japan with names like Interceptor and GPz. What ever happened to that zesty, thinking-man's flashbike, the Le Mans? Look here: Italy's swoopiest thunderbike is alive and better than ever."
"The Italian Flashbike Formula. It calls for unique styling, unusual mechanical configuration and a scarcity of units. Inevitably, the mixture produces an eye-bulging price tag. Guzzi engineers are expert chemists, and the Monza is Exotica manifest."