Keeping with a classic cruiser look, the V9’s new gauge is a single analog speedometer with an inset digital readout, giving the most basic of bike info. If you’re looking for more, the Roamer can be equipped with the optional Moto Guzzi Media Platform, for $250. The MGMP connection, combined with the Guzzi Multimedia Platform app, connects your smartphone to the V9, turning it into an additional gauge readout. With this set up, you can configure the screen to show any five information boxes at once: speed, average speed, rpm, thrust, acceleration, torque in Nm, power in kW, eco ride, instant fuel economy, average fuel economy, battery power, gear position, slip percentage, and roll angle, which activates a red “roll warning” light above 30 degrees. It’s possible that warning light came on during the aforementioned peg scraping incident, but I can’t be sure. The system allows you to record trip info, but I didn’t have that feature switched on.