Segment: Clasic
Production years: 2010, 2011

After the warm welcome the Clubman Racer version of the 2009 V7 received, it was only natural to see this retro racing machine evolving. So here's the 2010 V7 Racer, a bike which oozes classic Moto Guzzi allure and sports the same modern approach t the tech side.

This may not be exactly the old V7 Sport, but it's as close to it as it gets. And with all the sweetness coming right out the factory's doors, you can expect a thrilling feel once aboard this bike. Alongside the plethora of custom-grade parts and accessories the V7 Racer also comes with high-performance fuel injection, electronic ignition and pretty much all the modern tech Guzzi has in store.

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MOTO GUZZI V7 Racer 744

engine specs
Four-stroke V 90 twin, 2 valves, air-cooled
744 cm3
Bore X Stroke
3.1x2.9 in OR 79 mm
Compression Ratio
49/6800 KW(hp)/RPM
41/3600 lb-ft/RPM OR 56/3600 Nm/RPM
Fuel System
Weber-Marelli electronic fuel injection
transmission specs
5 Speed, manual
single plate dry clutch with flexible coupling
Primary Drive
Final Drive
chassis specs
double cradle tubular frame in ALS steel with detachable elements.
Front Suspension
telescopic hydraulic Marzocchi fork with 40 mm stanchions
Rear Suspension
ie cast light alloy swing arm with 2 fully adjustable Bitubo shock absorbers
Front Brake
320 mm floating stainless steel disc, calliper with 4 differently sized opposed pistons
Rear Brake
260 mm stainless steel disc
dimension specs
Overall Length
86 in OR 2184 mm
Overall Width
31.5 in OR 800 mm
Seat Height
31.7 in OR 805 mm
57 in OR 1448 mm
Ground Clearance
7.2 in OR 183 mm
437 lbs OR 198 kg
Fuel Capacity
4.5 gallons OR 17.0 L
tyres specs
Pirelli Sport Demon 100/90- 18 56H TL
Pirelli Sport Demon 130/80 -17 65H TL
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