2011 Moto Guzzi V7 Racer - Legendary V7 Sport – with technical excellence and outstanding performance – also bike the most desirable of all the modified production class. This class, intended for male riders, enjoy an avid following that passion is driven by competition between supporters of the Japanese bikes, which are very powerful but difficult to ride, and fans of Italian sports bike that, while the less fortunate in terms of pure horsepower, boasting a better engineered chasses and superior braking performance than multi-cylinder their enemies. This competition between the two factions continued in a heated discussion around the cafe table, and if you happen to have a Moto Guzzi V7 Sport was parked in front, with single-seater suede saddle, racing exhaust and for his clear fairing, it’s proof that you belong to an elite group experts for whom the bikers ride is a true art.
Moto Guzzi has captured the essence of the magic moment in time more than three decades ago, and reinterpreted in the spirit characteristic of the marque and skills to create the original production of specific: Racer new V7. Produced in an edition number, as shown by a memorial plaque on the steering yoke, Racer V7 celebrates classic style cues from the Moto Guzzi brand in a perfectly balanced mix of expertise and technology evident in every aspect of the bike are amazing. The first thing that catches your eye is a chrome tank – made using a metal particle deposition technology innovative – decorated with elegant leather strap. This is a clear reference to the legendary bikes from the past, such as metallic accents from Moto Guzzi badge, which is color coded with a frame. Red frame, he was first inspired by the legendary V7 Sport 150 examples with CrMo frame, has been given special treatment – because it has a hub and swingarm – that highlight and emphasize the sleek aesthetic purity of the structure of the double seat. Perched on the top tube of the frame is a very sporty single-seater saddle (saddle two seats and passenger footpegs are available as optional accessory), wrapped in suede and terminating in an aerodynamic fairing in the tail race that also incorporates a number of lateral right panel Seventies style.
Other premium components including the rear-mounted footpegs billet machined from solid, lightweight steering rod and steering yoke guard consisting of a double chrome ring, which is so beautifully made that looks like a decorative feature. Every rider in the mood for the day of his songs just need to wear a single color helmet and leather suit modest rise, finding a perfect setup for the pair of fully adjustable shock absorbers Bitubo gas and purpose 18-inch front wheel as close as possible to its peak. Rose enthusiasts who want to take further steps can also select the Arrow exhaust system (not homologated for road use), which correspond perfectly with the visual balance of the bike and produce bone-tingling noise and a significant increase in performance.
Technically, Racer V7 maintains the same winning formula used to Café V7 architecture in terms of both frames – the layout of the double cradle and ran off the lower element – and geometry, the steering sweep of 27 ° 50 ‘. Perform the task together with the rear shock absorbers are fully adjustable Bitubo is 40 mm Marzocchi front forks with 130 mm wheel travel and is equipped with protective feet dust. The brake system uses the best components that the market has to offer, with 320 mm floating front discs gripped by four-piston fixed calliper Brembo 30/34, and 260 mm rear disc with 32 mm Brembo calliper. Measuring 2.50 x 18 front and 3.50 x 17 on the back, wire wheels, with silver fingers and nipples mounted on matte black rims, are the same size as in the Café V7, but are shod with higher performance and more visually impressive Devil Sports Pirelli tires.
- Numbered limited edition plaque
- Frame, swingarm and hubs in red finish.
- Chromed tank.
- Leather fastener strap along centreline of tank.
- Single-seater saddle in suede.
- Singe seat tail fairing with integrated race number panels.
- Top fairing with integrated race number panel.
- Sports mudguard
- Side panels in brushed, drilled aluminium.
- Throttle body guards in brushed, drilled aluminium.
- Silencer mounting bracket in brushed, drilled aluminium.
- Chromed upper steering yoke guard.
- Chromed valve cover.
- Adjustable chromed half-handlebars.
- Chromed heat shield.
- Front fork stanchion dust gaiters.
- Instrument cluster with chrome elements and 1970s dial graphics.
- Chromed taillight.
- Chromed, lockable fuel filler cap.
- Two-valve 744 cc 90° V-twin.
- Weber Marelli electronic fuel injection.
- Single plate clutch.
- Raised silencers
- 5-gear gearbox.
- Euro 3.
- Exhaust system with dual chromed silencers (high performance, track only aluminium Arrow system available as optional accessory)
- Closed double cradle in ALS steel with removable lower elements.
- Front fork with 40 mm stanchions.
- Lightened steering stem.
- Double, fully adjustable Bitubo gas rear shock absorbers.
- 320 mm front brake discs with calliper with four opposed pistons.
- 260 mm rear disc with two-piston floating calliper
- Special wheels with black rim and silver spokes and nipples.
- Front tyre: Pirelli Sport Demon 100/90- 18 56H TL.
- Rear tyre: Pirelli Sport Demon 130/80 -17 65H TL.