2010 Moto Guzzi V7 Cafe Classic

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Moto Guzzi V7 Cafe Classic

2010 Moto Guzzi V7 Classic

— 2010 Guzzi V7 Cafe Classic

Moto Guzzi V7 Cafe

Return of a legend.

We must back 40 years to understand how the Moto Guzzi V7 Sport, has into today-s V7 Cafè In 1969 the Mandello del Lario increased the displacement of their 90 V engine from 703 to 757cc greatly increased the performance diminishing the great reputation of and sturdiness that was behind the of the V7.

Fully aware of the power of engine, Moto Guzzi to build a faired prototype of the V7 with the new 757cc engine. The was an immediate success and set numerous records on the high speed of the Monza track.

No one at that had ever dreamt of achieving results from a bike from a touring bike the V7 Special. The effects of such an gave Moto Guzzi the to create a sports model. task was given to Lino one of the most brilliant Italian in history.

Boasting excellent the V7 Sport impressed the public and alike for being one of a few, produced bikes in the world, to exceed a maximum speed of 125 This original icon of style- sports bikes, reappears today in the distinct of the new V7 Cafè Classic. The similarities its renowned ancestor are easy to see in the color, rich chrome, and stylistic features common to

The slanted half-handlebars, the instrument and other details are unmistakably Guzzi V7.


V7 Cafè Classic-s is very similar to the style of the V7 Sport, faithfully maintaining the and size of the tank and side

This style is one of the very examples of Italian design of the so famous in fact that press didn-t delay in the V7 Sport the archetype of Italian bikes where the essence of conveys the effectiveness of the function for the bike was designed.

There are similarities between the original V7 and the new V7 Cafè Classic starting the particularly compact front to the two slanting half-handlebars that the rider to take an aerodynamic with eyes on the instruments and just a span from the top of the the latter painted in the -Legnano- a shade of green and metallic that, in a satin tone, us of the typical color of the sportiest Guzzi bikes.

Celebration of the style continues with the of chroming, spoke wheels, mufflers, the instrument dials by the famous Veglia-Borletti and the seat integrated tail that the line of the rear fender, the in a dark color matching the


Sporting and comfortable.

V7 Classic is a light and compact immediately offering you the feeling of in control thanks to the decidedly riding position.

The rider is not to squeeze into the indents of the on the V7 Cafè Classic you get comfortable in the sitting down into it, in the style of the 70s. The footrest, and handlebar -triangle- position has designed in such a way that of the rider-s weight is concentrated at the as is good practice on sports This might give you the that the position is restricting but is not so thanks to the correct slanting of the adjustable half-handlebars, the footrest is slightly forward and to the generously saddle.

Rear suspension also greatly in terms of comfort the dual shock absorbers allow 118 mm of wheel travel and the to adjust the spring preload to the suspension to different riding While riding, the cockpit reminds us of the Veglia-Borletti instrument of the 70s is a real pleasure: but so we don-t that we-re riding a bike there-s a dual with clock, external and total/trip odometer functions fits in discreetly with the and tachometer.


As precise as a

The versatility of the V7 Cafè Classic a chassis that was suitable for in riding and for the bends of a mountain able to provide confidence brisk riding but also comfort on a par with the Moto reputation.

A chassis with top components offers excellent qualities and stability that riding easy and pleasant for but is also appreciated by expert

The key element of the bike is the double-cradle with bolted, removable tubes. A great deal of has been taken with geometry where the headstock 2750-, an angle that stability and precision when direction. The Marzocchi fork 40 mm stems provides 130mm of suspension travel and is combined the action of two rear shock (with spring preloading which extend 118 mm.

Braking consists of a floating 320 mm disc and a 260 mm rear. The wheel is also worthy of note, the being 18- and the rear 17- for high tires that ensure handling and steering feedback.


Torque for fun and all the power you

Famed for its reliability and low fuel the 744 cc 90 V twin with a bore of 80 mm and of 74 mm houses special graphite low pistons in aluminum alloy

The small block from is fed by an electronic Weber Marelli injection system with 36 mm bodies and a Lambda probe allows the engine to run smooth and low exhaust emissions.

In terms of performance, peak torque of Nm comes in at only 3600 rpm maximum power output is 50 CV. This power is synchronized to with the characteristics of the V7 Cafè This bike has no need to against the clock, it was built to the ride.

Like the Moto of the past the booming sound the V twin provides great to ride with.

The five-speed is precise with neutral to find and the ratios have chosen for best performance and economy.



— Tanks and panels with 70s style Guzzi graphics.

Moto Guzzi V7 Cafe Classic
Moto Guzzi V7 Cafe Classic

— half-handlebar.

— Twin with 70s style

— passenger grab handles.

Chromed rocker boxes.

Pre-load and rebound adjustable rear shock absorbers.

Front brakes — 320 mm and 4 (opposed) piston calipers.

Rear brakes — 260 mm with floating caliper with 2 parallel pistons.

Spoke wheels.

— Lasertec 100/90- 18 56H TL front

— Metzeler Lasertec -17 65H TL rear tire.


We first have to take a step backwards if we want to how the mythical Moto Guzzi V7 which inspired today’s V7 Classic, has evolved. In 1969 the del Lario mechanics increased the capacity of their transverse 90 V from 703 to 757cc which increased the level of maximum without in any way diminishing the notorious of reliability and sturdiness that was the success of the V7 in the market and with the forces of half the world. aware of the power of this Moto Guzzi decided to the results, building a faired of the V7 Special with the new 757cc which, in June and October of same year on the high ring of the Monza track, set records among them the 100 km, at an speed of 218,426 km/h and the km at an average of 205,932 km/h.

No one at time had ever dreamt of results from a bike from an openly declared bike which was the V7 Special, so so that the effects of such an gave Moto Guzzi the to create a sports model was greatly appreciated by a new public to that acquired with the V7s. The task was given to Tonti, one of the most brilliant designers who, using the forms of the 750cc engine, a highly streamline CrMo frame. Low, long and over the suspensions, the V7 Sport its first appearance in the market a rather unusual chromatic obtained with the Legnano used for the upper structures with the red frame of the first 150 assembled in the Moto Guzzi department using a CrMo frame as well as some to distribution and ignition details respect to the next versions had a black coloured frame.

Boasting an excellent dynamic the V7 Sport impressed the public and alike for being the first produced bike in the world to exceed the maximum speed of 200 and this fact was worthy of a in 1972 by a renowned Italian magazine. Symbol of the Italian sports bike, all substance and no the V7 Sport magically reappears in the distinct lines of the new V7 Cafè

The similarities with its renowned blend together in the excellence of its performance and in the class of the stylistic common to both, like the green of the upper structures, the chromings, the slanted half-handlebars, the cockpit and other details are unmistakably Moto Guzzi.

Technically speaking, the V7 Café differs from its Tourer in having twin raised that, apart from ground clearance, provide a exhaust note more to this model that, its famed predecessor, boasts road-holding. The key to this legendary lies in its twin cradle with removable bolt-on components.

Great attention was to the steering geometry where the is set at 27 50′ to ensure stability and when cornering. Of no less are the 40 mm Marzocchi forks. Travel on the suspension is 130 mm and works in combination two adjustable rear shock with 118 mm travel. Braking is after by a 320 mm floating disc at the and a 260 mm disc at the rear.

The V7 Classic is with 18 wheels up front and 17 at the with high profile so as to offer superb handling and characteristics.

2010 Moto V7 Cafe Classic — USA

Moto Guzzi V7 Cafe Classic
Moto Guzzi V7 Cafe Classic
Moto Guzzi V7 Cafe Classic

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