Moto Guzzi V7 Racer
is designed to honor outstanding racing career models V7 Sport, an icon in the great history of the brand from the town of Mandello del Lario. The legendary V7 Sport is its technical excellence and outstanding performance, as well as many other virtues became the preferred factory modified motorcycle.
This type of bike was designed for male drivers who have closely followed the rivalry among the drivers of Japanese and Italian sportbikes. Japanese motorcycles were extraordinarily powerful but difficult to drive, while Italian motorcycles were lagging behind in terms of horsepower, but they made up for it better designed chassis and superior brakes.
Moto Guzzi has captured the essence of time from three decades ago, and his passion and skill it turned into a unique special series of motorcycle: the new V7 Racer. Produced in a limited edition with a number marked on the steering wheel, V7 Racer shows a classic Moto Guzzi style in the perfect combination of craftsmanship and technology, which is visible in every aspect of this bike.
The first thing that is noticed, a chrome fuel tank decorated with elegant leather belt. It’s obvious link with motorcycles from the past, as well as metal Moto Guzzi logo that is color-matched frame motorcycles. Red box, inspired by the first series of V7 Sport motorcycle, specially processed, as well as the wheel hub and swingarm, to obtain a special glow and highlighted the aesthetic appeal of the structure of a double frame.
At the top of the frame is placed and the seat for one person dressed in sanded skin (seat two people and passenger footrests are available as an accessory). Seat ends with aerodynamic shroud on the tail motorcycle that has the side mounted racing numbers in the true style of the ’70s. With a small windshield above the foot of the mask in a typical Moto Guzzi style reminiscent of the legendary Moto Guzzi Gambalungu.
In technical terms V7 Racer kept winning formula motorcycle V7 Cafe in terms of architecture, double frame and front fork angle of 27 ° 50 ‘. Together with the rear shock absorbers Bitubo your task done Marzocchi fork with 40 mm wheel travel 130 mm and dust protection.
The braking system uses the best elements of braking on the market. On the front floating disc 320 mm Brembo brake calipers operate with four-piston calipers, while the rear disc diameter of 260 mm is used Brembo brake calipers with two brake piston. Spoked wheels, 2.50 x 18 front and 3.5 x 17 rear, consisting of spokes in silver on matte black wheels and are of equal size as the V7 Cafe but are equipped with Pirelli Sport Demon tires that provide better performance and look impressive .
• Liquid-744 cc 90 ° V-twin.
• Weber Marelli electronic fuel injection.
• Clutch with one lamella.
• Raised mufflers
• Transmission 5-speed transmission.
• Dual steel frame with removable lower part.
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