The details also reveal a bike intended to be used. Standard equipment includes centerstand, hydraulic steering damper, a small passenger backrest, chrome luggage rack, engine guard, and tachometer. The switch layout will be familiar to most riders, with a push-to-cancel turn-signal system. The ignition switch is up atop the fork crown. It's set into the clamp plate that also displays the serial number assigned to each of the 75th anniversary bikes, of which there will be 750. The test unit was number 749. If you buy an anniversary model, we suggest separating the ignition key from any others, since keys bouncing in the clamp plate's face will mar it. A separate key operates the fork lock. Our bike was also equipped with Moto Guzzi's excellent detachable 32-quart-capacity hard bags, a $428 option, and very useful---watertight, capacious, easy to pack, not as bulky as some other quick-detach hard bags, lockable and quickly removable or locked to the bike. A 42-quart size is also available. They add a third key. Though, like other aspects of the bike, the bags are not mainstream cruiser, they are extremely useful to someone who rides frequently and far.