Above you can see the Moto Guzzi Bellagio loaded up and ready to go. Only pushed the eletric start button. Heard a click and nothing. Thought it was the starter motor and rocked the bike in gear. No change. Pushed the bike down the hill with the box on board and it would not jump start. Tried two more times. Thanks to Clem, Danny and others for the push up and down the hill. Gave up as it was not firing. Called the recovery to pick me up.
While waiting for the recovery truck. Called Baldrick the Moto Guzzi Mechanic. He asked me to switch the key on. Move to the front of the bike and the pilot light was not on. Baldrick advised to check the fuses under the seat next to the relays. He mentioned that one of the 15amp mini fuses has blown. That the bikes surge at 16amps and blow the fuse.
As you can see above the fourth fuse that I checked was blown. Pulled it out and replaced it with a 20 amp fuse as Baldrick advised. Pressed the electric start button and the engine fired up straight away. Baldrick was spot on. Seems this is a common problem or that has affected several Moto Guzzi models.
Thanks to Baldrick for his advice and for fixing it. Sorry guys for the push up and down the hill. Next time will call baldrick first.