2013 Moto Guzzi V7 Racer Accessorized

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2013 Moto Guzzi V7 Accessorized | Review

2013 Guzzi V7 Racer Accessorized

Moto Guzzi V7 Racer

2013 Moto Guzzi V7 Accessorized

2013 Moto V7 Racer Accessorized

2013 Guzzi V7 Racer Accessorized

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2013 Moto Guzzi V7 Accessorized Motorcycle Test

any doubt, Moto Guzzi has quite a bit of mileage out of its V7 platform. have been various of the standard upright model, a variety of paint jobs the differences. The 2013 Moto V7 Racer is different, however, as it has difference – primarily rearset piggyback shocks, and clip-ons.

an aftermarket company, has a Fairing Kit for the V7 Racer, which puts it over the top in terms of 1960s The long swept-back fairing is by a Record solo seat number plate cowling for a racy Racer. To make the fit, the clip-ons are lowered on the tubes, putting the rider in a aggressive position.

Moto Guzzi offers a set of Stainless Steel Slip-Ons to add some pizzazz.

I am a big fan of the upright V7s – year the Stone and the Special. are simple air-cooled bikes have enough power to your fun mostly legal, and of torque. Handling is good, reasonable boundaries, and they are enjoyable bikes to ride.

Moto Guzzi V7 Racer the pegs up and back, and lowers the

Fortunately, the result is not uncomfortable, and the gets to look quite a bit sporting than on the fully V7 machines. In the leaned over you do feel like pushing the a bit harder, but you will remember the tires are narrow, the Bitubo aren’t state of the art, and only a single disc up with no radial magic. for casual sporting riding, works fine, so it prefers to be accordingly.

The Record Fairing Kit ups the ante a bit than I think the V7 Racer has in the The just-right clip-on position the café racer position – you want to ride about 10 between café stops. a shame on a bike that almost six gallons of fuel. would be forgivable if you could the V7 Racer hard in this but the rest of the bike doesn’t

Sure, the 90-degree V-twin is but we’re still talking 42.7 ft/lbs at 5000 rpm in condition. Fifty horses on tap at 6200 rpm, and then it off after a few more revs.

You might think the Arrow would make a significant Oddly, they’re very and my seat-of-the-pants experience tells me they don’t put out significantly power. I like the quiet, but the of punch, not so much. Regardless, look fantastic and really the V7 Racer’s appearance, with or the Record Fairing Kit.

As a they don’t require any EFI which suggests they flow much more air the stock pipes. 

At 400 pounds accessorized, the V7 Racer is not a 744cc bike.

However, also not a powerful one – especially for riding. So, what was a fun, sporting bike becomes a somewhat frustrating retro-sport Riding hard is just not rewarding.

On almost any road, any sport bike will you in the dust with a similarly rider aboard. Yes, if on the tightest of the tightest routes, you have a chance, but that’s it.

So, when it comes to the Record Kit, you have a choice. You can a bike that looks a barely street legal racer and enjoy the accolades of family and fellow riders, or you can it stock and add the Arrow exhaust and a 2013 Moto Guzzi V7 that still looks and is a lot more fun to ride.

Photography by Callan

Riding Style:

Eyewear: Serengeti Sport

Jacket: River Road Vintage

Gloves: Racer Fit

Jeans: Drayko Drift

River Road Guardian

2013 Moto Guzzi V7 Specs


Type: 90° 4-…

Capacity: 744 cc

Maximum 50 hp at 6,200 rpm

Maximum torque: 42.7 ft at 5,000 rpm

Fuel system: electronic fuel injection.

system: Three-way catalytic with double lambda


Gearbox: 5-speed

Forced circulation with pump – circuit capacity: Kg

Final drive: CA.R.C. Reactive Shaft Drive

Dry single plate with couplings

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Frame: Double cradle frame in ALS steel with rear subframe

Front Telescopic hydraulic fork 40 mm stanchions

Rear suspension: alloy swing arm with 2 adjustable Bitubo shock

Brake system: Brembo

brake: 320mm stainless disc, Brembo caliper 4 floating pistons

Rear 260mm stainless steel Brembo double piston caliper

Wheels: Aluminum black anodized rims

Front wheel: 18 x 100/90

wheel: 17 x 130/80


86 inches

Max width: 31.5

Height: 43.8 inches

height: 31.6 in.

Curb 395 pounds – 179 kg (non-accessorized Racer)

tank capacity: 5.8 gallons – 22

Reserve: 1 gallon – 4 liters

Stock: $9,990

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