Moto Guzzi V7 III e V9 Racer – MoreBikes.co.uk publishes some photos of two 2017 Moto Guzzi’s new bikes. The V7 III and V9 Racer. The bikes will debut at Intermot in Cologne (5-9 October).
According to rumors reported by English website, Moto Guzzi would like to present a new V7 III in two versions. Both are a new Euro4 engine. It has 750cc and it arrives from the current V9, with heads and combustion chambers redesigned to offer more power. Even the tank should be larger than that of the current ‘II’. But the style is very similar to the current trend of vintage/café racer bikes, while it maintains an overall compactness wax.
Moto Guzzi V7 III e V9 Racer, We wait 2016 Intermot
The picture of the new V9 Racer prototype is not so clear. It has the adjustable Ohlins dampers with separate tanks. But a traditional fork. It could be a transitional solution for testing. Now, we should probably wait the Intermot for more information. Just a couple of days.
Moto Guzzi V7 II, a Great Bike
The Moto Guzzi V7 II has a dual channel ABS system and MGCT. The new 6-speed gearbox, improved ergonomics and many other interventions meet the needs of aesthetics and driving pleasure. It is never easy to improve a Moto Guzzi. It takes courage, passion and ability to keep faith to the expectations and the reputation of a legendary brand.
The renewal of the “small” V7 represents a clear evolution compared to the earlier model. The Moto Guzzi V7’s second generation has the personality style of the previous model. A design that communicates between Moto Guzzi’s form of the past combined with the needs of a contemporary motion. So, they satisfy the widest range of fans. At the same time, Moto Guzzi V7 II is a completely new bike from the viewpoint of technical, ergonomics, safety, build quality and finishing. But also for the riding pleasure.