2014 Moto Guzzi V7 Series Updates Revealed – EICMA 2013 — Gaadi.com

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Moto Guzzi V7 Racer Limited Edition
Moto Guzzi V7 Racer Limited Edition

EICMA 2013: 2014 Guzzi V7 Series Updates

As part of the development process Guzzi  announced its revamped models of V7 line of bikes at the 2013, in Milan. Moto bikes are renowned for their to design principles from the The 2014 model range a new lubrication system and a slightly cowl for the 90 degree V-twin

According to the Italian motorcycle its V7 line of bikes are known for 1970s inspired style and are on three fundamental pillars,“a V-twin, the timeless double frame and the renowned cardan final drive”. Apart this, the bikes retain of the features including a 749cc Among these three the engine gets a functional for 2014.

Now the engine utilises a wet flywheel of the previous dry alternator. A small cover is the visible cue in the engine, the engine is same.

2014 Moto Guzzi V7

The V7 stone is graced with a look except for the engine retains the chromatic tones of the alloys and shine of the exhaust It has been provided with a dose of black paint. dampers, mirrors, fenders, panels and five spokes and aluminium wheels look in black.

The V7 stone also three new tank colours are, “Rosso Corposo” the Italian red, “Verde for those who like sophisticated green and to complete the black there is satin “Nero option available.

2014 Moto Guzzi V7

V7 Special is the full-retro Moto It is available in the metallic silver black stripes or in black orange stripes. The tank features a historic embossed Guzzi Eagle.

The rims of the wheels wear classic colour which further the retro character of the bike. from the graphics on the V7 Special’s it has the word “Essetre” written on it, had appeared for the first time on the in 1974.

2014 Moto Guzzi V7

This is the third edition of the V7 and it sports a stunning combination of red and chrome. The frame, swingarm and wheel hubs wear a red that highlights the black of the engine and other components. The rims display the name Guzzi. The side panels, support bracket of the silencers and the are all blackened to provide the retro

The tail section of the bike has the “7” to remember the 1952 250cc Grand Prix Champion Lorenzetti. The frames and hubs of the Guzzi V7 are painted red, by the first generation V7 sport.

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