Europe’s oldest motorcycle manufacturer, Moto Guzzi has revived the legendary V7 and come up with three spin-offs of the modern retro motorcycle, namely the V7 Stone, V7 Racer and V7 Special.

As a brand that promises craftmanship, originality with a dash of heritage and Italian spirit, Moto Guzzi is offering technological advancement in an old school style with the latest V7 lineup. Driven by cardan shaft drive and double cradle “Tonti” frame, V7 is a reminder that touring should be enjoyable and it should be done in style. All three of them comes with the new 750 cc, 90-degree V-Twin motor, with a wide range of accessories available.

First up, the  V7 Stone which the manufacturer expects to tackle young riders’ heart with its six split-spoke alloy wheels and the matte black or pure white tank with chrome accents. The body is available in Matte Black and Pure White and the price starts at USD 8,390.


Meanwhile, the V7 Racer is a tribute to ’50s and ’60s café racer motorcycles and it can be seen from the chrome fuel tank, enhanced by a red Moto Guzzi badge. The tank is then fitted with a leather strap as a finishing touch. Styling continues with a suede leather seat with aerodynamic seat cowl to assure comfort while riding. The engine however, possesses higher torque, horsepower and throttle response for that extra thrill. The Racer is available from USD 9,990.

Lastly, the V7 Special which is meant to be “a touring bike with a sophisticated fit and finish and uniquely “Guzzi” engine character”, the same philosophy evoked by the 1969 V7 Special designed by Lino Tonti. It comes in two-tone paint schemes, White/Red metallic or Yellow/Black metallic and lightweight aluminium spoke wheels for better handling. Plus, the engine is 12% stronger in driving torque and top-end power compared to Stone and Racer. This handsome motorcycle is priced at USD 8,990.

The Stone and Racer  will be available in Moto Guzzi dealerships across the United States starting this October while the Special is only available in the first quarter next year.


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