Moto Guzzi V7 Racer — See See Motor Coffee Co.

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Moto Guzzi V7 Clubman Racer
Moto Guzzi V7 Clubman Racer

Moto Guzzi V7 Racer

true, I love any bike two wheels, and even more so if it has a When I was invited to take out the new Motoguzzi v7 racer with the Kit, it was no surprise that I “YES.” My plan was to take my Tori Tuesday, down to LA to motorcycles around and see the opening of Ray “Throttled photo show”. The was basic: get the bike and fill in the days with spontaneous fun

Playing it by ear, contrary to my home routine. This is I admit sometimes I let my excitement charge, leaving out major

For one, the bike is a one-seater, not a – not good for two people, only for one. A detail Tori and else thought about but me. our pals at Deus Ex Machina had an bike for Tori.

Thanks This was actually a plus, Tori is a great rider and it was fun to get to do riding with her.

important detail I forgot was to places to stay with parking. Not ideal to leave 1 of 1 bikes out in the open overnight for to play with. Grant true gentleman that he is, put us up for two and gave the one-of-a-kind Guzzi a little spot next to his

The first thing we had to do is see our friends at Ex Machina, a coffee and motorcycle not too dissimilar to our own shop, See See Motorcycles. We the full tour of Deus, the wonder machines coming out of Workshop to the amazing retail Deus really snagged my with the amazing collection of skateboards on display.

With a few of the major details we spent our first day taking the way to El Mirage dry lake bed for some trials. Just like any motor ride, the trip is part as much as the destination. We over Angeles Crest, an 55-mile stretch of back to corners.

Our crew was Grant Neven, Matt Caputo, Tuesday and myself. When if we were up for the 300+ mile I told Grant I feel happy riding a motorcycle and I had no agenda. Hundreds of amazing corners later we crested the

We spent the rest of the afternoon our way down the east side of the treading our way through patches of ice and gravel. Down in the valley we had an hour of daylight. We arrived at El at dusk and it was full throttle out of the gate. I was putting the Guzzi’s new head to work. 100-105-110…

It was one of those rare life where the rest of the world sat and let us do whatever we wanted. Wheelies, 110 mph – whatever!

Dusk fell to night and we our way off the dry lake bed and headed back LA. Neven had picked up an unwanted a nail that found its way his rear tire. Luckily we an open cycle shop 13 away. Neven, the happy lad he is, asked, “Can you ride a with a flat?” Experience has me not only can you ride with a you can race with one.

The isn’t going to get any flatter.  rode conservatively for a mile or so he realized going 40-50 it slightly easier and just a sketchier. We changed the world’s tire and headed back to LA LA

Day 2 we had high hopes of going to the Christmas Drags, heading to Trico and eventually ending up at Ray “Throttled.”  What actually was a leisurely jaunt down the 101 to the RR where “Throttled” was to take later that eve. early to the show we got to see four men unload the longest pink chopper in the world. Another showed up with a bike looked like it had pulled out of a grave like a zombie.

The spent a good half trying to fire the beast up. The couple kicks I was hopeful but got when Sean Duggan’s HD rolled up like an angry spitting grease, oil, and It was one of last year’s Cannonball completing the coast to coast and an extra 400 miles to the trip.

What a bike!

I snuck the into the show and parked it dab in the middle, hoping people the fine craftsmanship of this bike. Although it was by far the newest in the show it was a topic of conversation as it had before been seen. The of the show rolled around, started filtering in and enjoying the photography of Ray Gordon and insane bikes from around the LA

It was a great party and the crowd was A few of the familiar faces: Grant Ray, Stephan Wigland Deus, Stacie B. London and the Dave England from and many more.

The next day we north to Ventura to see the 9th annual Mann Chopper Fest. A pit stop at In-out food and we were revving our engines the best of ‘em outside Chopper With $5 for parking and $15 for entry, it was its toll on my wallet. It made me proud to offer free and parking not to mention $1.00 at our show, The One Motorcycle Show plug;)

The show was good; my for best bike were the Triumph built by Dalton the high-piped shiny red Knuckle and the Kawi triple called Nap.”

The scene was pretty as expected: 1-percenters, tattoo families, a few vendors, and some of the bikes in Southern California.

We spent around an hour some pictures before we told the show was over at 3?

stop was Dave England’s Dave England, mostly for his antics in Jackass, is one of the best I know. His compound is chock-full of Quads, mini bikes, dirt bikes, dune you name it, he has it.

Every time I see I try to wheelie everything he has.

Moto Guzzi V7 Clubman Racer
Moto Guzzi V7 Clubman Racer

The morning we convinced Dave to his bike out and go for a little ride – all, it was 72 degrees, sunny and of California’s best roads right down the street. We on a place up in the hills with a Dave had just bought a awesome jacket because “it was on If nothing else, he was highly and unmistakable.

Tori and her casual style never ceases to me: it’s like she is barely yet she is smooth and fast through all the If you ask her she just chalks it up as going for a cruise.

As we raced up the canyon I was everything about the Guzzi. It all together. This bike, like its styling tells is the modern-day Cafe’ bike. down, speedy but not a race sleek looking, and pure. It had 100 years of motorcycle history it.

Like most things I it was classic to the core. Even the I took much liking to, that it provided the 50 or so horses the v-twin 750, making for a non-jerky ride through the The bike was stable and comfortable at the suggested speed of any corner. It was all together in my mind: I was becoming a guy.”

We arrived at the waterfalls all smiling the most enjoyable ride up the canyon. The waterfall was a small trickling down the mountainside. At the was a small hole where with no hesitation climbed in. He yelled out, “It’s big you should come in.” I was a skeptical but went in.

It was cool the cave but the week before I’d “Prometheus.” So comfort was low. Dave cut the cheese I hit my tolerance and my way out. We headed back to “rancho de fun,” ripped the back yard with and Roan England, Dave’s two kids. Tori, Ruby and I did a wheelie across the entire yard on quadzilla.

Definitely my three-person quad wheelie.

night we shared pictures and from the last three showing Dave and fam the endless pics of the Guzzi and stories of our

The last day of our adventure we slowly it south down the 1. Nothing the last three days, but we did at a small deserted beach to up a little bit more sun before we back to the rainy Northwest.

I kept thinking about how fun I squeezed out of the MotoGuzzi v7 Racer the Record Kit and wondered if others who get the chance to borrow that would do the same. I felt in way I had made a new friend and just always reconfirmed how much I motorcycles. My general feeling for the is that it has a relevant place: the rider with a stylish, and fun riding experience.

It has the best paint job of all time (chrome), the is sufficient, it will accelerate enough, it’s not a track but it will hold its own comparatively. the kind of bike that people should ride and

Thanks Motoguzzi for letting me I dig your style. Guzzi Uzi you the See See happy face of approval.

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Moto Guzzi V7 Clubman Racer
Moto Guzzi V7 Clubman Racer
Moto Guzzi V7 Clubman Racer
Moto Guzzi V7 Clubman Racer
Moto Guzzi V7 Clubman Racer
Moto Guzzi V7 Clubman Racer
Moto Guzzi V7 Clubman Racer

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