Two riders in Austria with Moto Guzzi Nuovo Falcones, this weeks Friday bike.
The Nuovo Falcone (New Falcon) was built from 1971 to 1976, and is basically a reworking of the older 'Falcone' model. (Nowadays they would say 'reimagined!') It was a fairly low powered 500cc single with a distinctive horizontal cylinder, stacked silencers and a truly huge flywheel casing. Many were used by the Italian Police and Army before being sold off.
It was not one of Moto Guzzi's successes, and even Guzzi enthusiasts don't rate them highly, but I think they've got a rather 'chunky' style. Examples occasionally come up for sale.
This example is on Ebay at the moment (at a rather silly price!)
Some websites with more details: one, two, three, and here's a video of an owner starting his. Listen to how slow the tickover is, heavy flywheels have their advantages!
Note comment from owner: Cruising speed is 80 km/h. It is possible to ride faster (100-110 km/h) but it is not very comfortable then. Top Speed is 125 km/h approx. (80 km/h = 50 mph, 125 km/h = 78 mph) .