Moto Morini confirm UK pricing and 2024 arrival dates for new Calibro cruiser twin range

1 of 7

Moto Morini have confirmed their full Calibro cruiser line-up and UK pricing ahead of their arrival this summer, having initially launched the bike back in October 2023.

The low slung machine will be available in two flavours: a £6699 stripped back bobber, and a £7499 Calibro Bagger – complete with a small batwing style fairing and dual 19-litre rigid side cases. Both will be powered by a 693cc parallel twin engine, producing a claimed 68.1bhp at 8500rpm – with an A2 licence restriction kit available, too.

This performance makes it a direct competitor to the likes of the £7229-on Kawasaki Vulcan 650, and £6799 Royal Enfield Super Meteor – with the standard Calibro model set to arrive at the end of August, and the bagger due to appear at the end of September.

Moto Morini Callibro front three quarter view

In its A2 restricted state, it could also be considered a competitor to the £6399-on Honda CMX500 Rebel, with Morini claiming a dry weight in the region of 200kg.

“We aim to conquer a space in the market through the values that distinguish us: the unique style of our design, reliability, and the balance between cycling and mechanics that ensures total riding pleasure,” Moto Morini General Manager, Alberto Monni said.

Both bikes are fed by a 15-litre fuel tank, with a belt drive feeding power to the rear 16in wheel. There’s also Bosch ABS, plus a 320mm front disc and two-piston floating caliper, plus tubeless alloy wheels, and conventional 41mm forks with 120mm of travel. A pair of twin shocks provide 100mm of travel, plus adjustment for preload.

Moto Morini Callibro left hand side view

Both models should be manageable, thanks to a 725mm seat height, with forward mounted controls for a more relaxed riding style. There’s also a digital display, and an LED headlight – with a USB connector on hand to charge your electronic devices.

For more, and to find your local dealer, go to now.