Moto Guzzi V7

Moto Guzzi V7

Posted on by Maxx Biker

The biggest news about the 2010 Moto Guzzi V7 Cafe Classic is that it comes stateside to try and show American riders how 48bhp and 54lb/ft produced by a 744cc, air-cooled V-twin engine can prove terribly enjoyable when the riding position and handling are just right. And if we take in consideration the clip-ons, upswept exhaust pipes, a bullet seat, revised suspension geometry and 40mm Marzocchi forks, which distinguish the Cafe Classic from the regular V7 model, the chances for that to happen are very real. Expect Moto Guzzi to price this at around $9,000. We’ve attached the press information after the break.

Posted on by Maxx Biker

Moto Guzzi has just presented their official promotional video of the new V7 Café Classic launched by the Italian maker at the end of 2008 at the EICMA Saloon in Milan.

The bike in the video is actually a special edition of the V7 Classic and which stands out thanks to the café-racer seat, rubber gas tank pads as well as due to the two-tone color scheme.

If you’ve been searching for the closest thing sounding like symphony on two wheels, this Moto Guzzi might be it.

Source: motoflash
Posted on by Anthony Kodack 1
Introduction A tribute to a legend In 1967, the motorcycle market reeled in shock at the appearance of the first Italian maxi motorcycle: Created by the legendary Giulio Cesare Carcano, the Moto Guzzi V7 marked the debut of the transverse V90 twin-cylinder 703 cc engine that set a record at that time. The V7 was enthusiastically acclaimed by the press and public. This success helped the worldwide promotion of Moto Guzzi’s image as manufacturers of an exclusive, elegant, comfortable and (...)

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