Venier Tractor V75 Is in Fact a Moto Guzzi NTX [Photo Gallery]
While the V75 is the predilect choice for most customizers when scramblers or cafe-racers come to mind, Stefano wanted to start off from a bike which already had good off-road DNA, and the NTX 750 was just great.
Back in the day, the Italian Police force used these bikes because their excellent dual-purpose nature which granted good handling and speed on asphalt while performing amazingly off the tarmac and on rough terrain... so the easier half of the Tractor V75 was already there.
While most riders would agree into saying the old V75 was nowhere near beautiful with the huge fairings, the NTX was a bit better, given its taller stance and better proportions... but the fairings had to go, too.
Stefano Venier's Tractor V75 is a classic, naked scrambler, with new brackets, tank, genders and side covers, a shortened Marzocchi fork and revised Bitubo rear shocks. The rear subframe was also shortened and received a custom leather retro seat.
A wrapped 2-into-1 exhaust ends in a conical, low-swung muffler, while the black paint job on the rims, frame, forks and engine makes a nifty contrast with the military olive green and the racey darker green accent on the tank, a Venier trademark.
The cartridge sidecase is photoshopped, but a crashbar with two additional headlights would be indeed great. Seen on BIKE Exif.
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