‘The angular styling and engine finning would eventually influence the larger twins and the overall result was a remarkably light and compact motorcycle.’ Ian Falloon
‘The larger machines have been generally much better bikes than the smaller V35/50/65 series; the latter often let down by poor finish and less than reliable electrics.’ Mick Walker
‘A well balanced twin with shaft drive and disc brakes. The 350 class had been ignored by Italian motorcycle makers for too long, but the Guzzi V35 was to change that’. David Styles.
‘The smallest Guzzi V-Twin had a clunk-free gearchange with which first gear could be engaged noiselessly every time – even from a cold start situation Such an easy, pleasant all-purpose bike. One of a dying breed’ Mick Walker
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