Despite this promising performance, the MGS-01 was already dead in the water. Aprilia, which owned Guzzi at the time the bike was produced, had sold the historic brand to Piaggio in '05 and the new owners almost immediately shelved the project. The assembly line survives, however, and Guzzi says it could still produce bikes on a "made-to-order" basis. Otherwise, prospective MGS-01 buyers will have to look to the used market-or start campaigning for an MGS-02. C'mon, Piaggio, it's still not too late-and make it street-legal this time, too.