Everyone loves a throwback. Moto Guzzi’s newest under-the-radar creation made its debut at this year’s Milan Motorcycle show. With revamped cafe racers all the rage, the V7 is a recipe for success. Highlights of the bike include a powerful (and longitudinal) v-twin, unique color scheme, and retro fairings. A funky Arrow Racing exhaust, single-seat saddle, and an adjustable suspension from venerable Italian tuning house Bitubo round out the Moto Guzzi’s eccentricities. The V7 is undoubtedly a great alternative to buying an aging cafe racer and putting in the necessary wrench time, especially for those new to two wheels who are looking for a unique bike. Moto Guzzi’s press release describes the bike as “the epitome of [a] snapshot taken more than 30 years ago, and reworked by adopting the technology and quality standard of today’s manufacturing processes.” Well said.
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