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MOTO GUZZI V7 Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 33
First production year: 1967
 

2020 - Present

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2020 - Present

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2015 - 2020

The Moto Guzzi V7 IISpecial model is a Naked/Road bike manufactured by Moto Guzzi. In this version sold from year 2015, the dry weight is 179.2 kg (395.0 pounds) and it is equiped with a V2, four-stroke motor. The engine produces a maximum peak output power of 48 HP (35 kW) @ 6250 RPM and a maximum torque of 59 Nm (6 kgf-m or 43.50ft.lbs) @ 3000 RPM.




 

2015 - 2020

The Moto Guzzi V7 II Stone is a Naked/Road bike manufactured by Moto Guzzi. In this version sold from year 2015, the dry weight is 186 kg (410.06 pounds) and it is equiped with a two-stroke motor. The engine produces a maximum peak output power of 48 HP (35 kW) @ 6500 RPM and a maximum torque of 59 Nm (6.01 kgf-m or 44 ft.lbs) @ 2750 RPM.




 

2015 - Present

The new Stornello stands out with its numerous prestigious Italian made parts and the dedicated selection of colour schemes which enhance its charm and elegance. Available in a limited and numbered edition, the Moto Guzzi V7 II Stornello is the latest representative of Moto Guzzi's exclusive ability to create truly factory specials, with a singular attention to quality and painstaking atten...




 

2015 - Present

The new Moto Guzzi V7 II Racer has been fitted with a 40mm telescopic front fork, die cast light alloy swing arm with 2 shock absorbers with adjustable spring preload as a rear suspension, die-cast aluminium wheels, a round headlight with a chromed ring, double cradle tubular frame in ALS steel with detachable elements, 3-way catalytic converter with double lambda probe exhaust system. In ad...




 

2014 - 2015

This machine is an extremely limited edition version of the base V7 II racer, and has been produced in only 50 units. Unlike the base model, this limited version bears a very strong resemblance with the 60's and 70's cafe racers, employing a minimalist design, but Mandello del Lario still succeeding in incorporating the latest technologies under that cafe racer style. In addition, a sp...




 

2014 - 2015

As all the other machines in the V7 series, the 2015 MY Moto Guzzi V7 II Racer comes with a new, closed-ratio gearbox and a new clutch, with an added 6th gear, which allows a more relaxed highway speed, as well as a higher rev limit. In addition, a lower center of gravity has been achieved by lowering its engine, which means that this new generation of V7 machines offer more stability and improv...




 

2014 - 2015

As its Stone sibling, and all other machines in the V7 series for that matter, the 2015 MY Moto Guzzi V7 II Special has been enhanced into a new generation, which benefits from a new, closed ratio gearbox and clutch, with an extra 6th gear and a more relaxed highway cruising speed. In addition, the engine has been lowered, which makes for a more stable and maneuverable machine, and comes standar...




 

2014 - 2015

The 2015 MY Moto Guzzi V7 II Stone is the second generation of their popular V7 series, and greets rider every where with a new, closed-ratio transmission, that also has an extra gear and a matching, new clutch, which make for smoother gear changes and a more relaxed highway cruising speed. In addition, the engine has been lowered by 10 mm, thus lowering the center of gravity and increasing stab...




 

2013 - 2014

The 2014 MY Moto Guzzi V7 Racer is a limited edition machine, addressed for those riders who want a fast agile and aggressive machine, that still has 70's DNA embedded in its design. As all its V7 siblings, Mandello del Lario have replaced the traditional chrome-plating with a blacked-out, more modern finish, found on the side panels, mirrors, silencer support brackets and the foot-rest gua...




 

2013 - 2014

The 2014 MY V7 Special is a modern-day tribute to its first ancestor, the 1974 V750. Every element and even the paint scheme have been inspired from the original machine, without disregarding all the perks that come with modern day technology. This awesome two-wheeler is suitable for the more old-school among Moto Guzzi fans, but also addresses younger and novice riders who have a taste for clas...




 

2013 - 2014

The 2014 MY Moto Guzzi V7 Stone is a minimalist classic cruiser, that also offers all the perks that come with modern technologies. The designers from Mandello del Lario have chosen a cafe racer style, and the 2014 MY has a more aggressive approach, with most of its chrome finishes being replaced with blacked-out accents, except the engine accents and the exhaust system. At its heart lies an...




 

2012 - 2013

If a bike with a livery to stand form the crowd is your game, but you're not into flashy colors, then it's time for the 2012 Moto Guzzi V7 Stone. Simple and sober, and yet boasting a sweet alchemy bringing together retro character and modern elements, from styling to tech solutions. Classic by heart and modern by make, the V7 Stone is all about carrying the olden tradition into the ...




 

2012 - 2013

The V7 is one of the most recognizable Moto Guzzi bikes and the 2012 Special version brings a more exquisite livery to add even more character to this classic machine. While on the tech side the bike remains unchanged and sports the same incredible feel during daily commuting rides or when evading the city and ride on twisty countryside roads, Moto Guzzi prepared a range of accessories to match ...




 

2012 - 2013

It's back to basics time, as Moto Guzzi shows their 2012 V7 Classic machine. Harking back to the way they used to make motorcycles in the 70's, this bike brings about solid retro spirit backed by present-day technology to provide riders with a remedy for their nostalgia while putting serious power and maneuverability at their disposal. Sporting the iconic transverse v-twin, the one-...




 

2012 - 2013

Shiny, adorned with classic racey accents, the 2012 V7 Racer is by far one of the best-looking modern Moto Guzzi motorcycles ever. This bike is instant love: a fiery red frame screaming racing spirit, a classic rear cowl perfectly integrated with the red-piped suede seat, a chrome tank with an ageless genuine leather strap with embossed Guzzi logo, low clip-on bars and a mini fairing, the V7 Rac...




 

2012 - 2013

As the EICMA is one of the world's biggest and most important motorcycle shows, it was somehow natural that Moto Guzzi created a dedicated special edition V7 bike for it. The V7 Special EICMA Edition replicates the 1947 750S model graphics, with a shiny black gloss and an thick orange racing stripe adorning the tank and breather covers. The lower part of the engine and the rims are also ...




 

2011 - 2012

A splendid tribute to the old-school Guzzi machinery, the 2011 V7 Racer brings forth all the glorious looks of a special edition bike, retaining the full Mandello attire and the spirit of the 70's, though this time backed by modern technology. Classic to the bone and looking even better than the original, thanks to the updated color scheme, the 2011 V7 Racer can be ridden on a daily basis. ...




 

2011 - 2012

Feeling like going for the awesome, retro-styled V7 but would rather ride a more exclusive version? The V7 Special is there for you, proudly showing off a livery to turn heads and cause massive drooling. Bringing forth the same riding philosophy Lino Tonti had when he created the first V7, the Special comes in a two-tone racing livery in perfect harmony with the new engine and the overall neat a...




 

2011 - 2012

The 2011 Moto Guzzi V7 is the basic classic motorcycle in Mandello's line-up for the year, and it comes with all the retro attitude these Italian bikes have become famous for. Clean, uncluttered, tidy and at the same time spectacular, thanks to the transverse engine and smooth, inviting lines. Utterly changed from a technical point of view but retaining all the retro allure, the 2011 Mot...




 

2010 - 2011

Based on a proven recipe, the 2010 Moto Guzzi V7 Classic carries on the acclaimed looks and feel of the 70's machinery. Though heavily updated and sporting the latest technologies the Mandello manufacturer has in store, the 2010 V7 Classic remains an iconic presence which is impossible to mistake for anything else. The transverse v-twin is enough to make heads turn, but the neat finish o...




 

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...




 

2009 - 2010

It's really hard to find a factory bike with so much retro racing attitude as the 2009 Moto Guzzi V7 Clubman Racer proudly displays. based on the Cafe model, this bike brings in custom-class mods, such as wrapped pipes, high-tech Arrow exhausts, front and side number plates, a rich leather seat and eye candy racing red frame. Add in the special color scheme which evokes the racing livery...




 

2009 - 2010

The V7 Classic is the perfect machine for those yearning for the 70's classic bikes. Moto Guzzi's V7 was extremely popular and so many riders fell in love with it, so it would have been a shame killing the model. The 2009 version retains all the vibe of the original machine, but is now loaded with new technology to make riding an even more rewarding experience. Dripping with authentic ...




 

2009 - 2010

do you feel some melancholy as you look at pictures of old-school cafe racers? How about riding one, or even better - owning one? Though that age is long past, Moto Guzzi is still rooted in it and with solid contacts back in their own history, so here's the V7 Cafe Classic, a factory-grade cafe-racer which oozes retro allure even though it is packed with modern technology. Retaining the ...




 

2008 - 2009

Juts like its very name says, the 2008 Moto Guzzi V7 Classic is a machine which harks back to the golden age of motorcycling, evoking classic lines with a modern approach and skillfully integrating present-day technologies. Sleek just like the late 60's bikes used to be, the 2008 V7 Classic retains the conservative flat-top frame for an upright riding position providing all the handling fre...




 

2008 - 2009

One could hardly find a better factory-made cafe racer than the V7 Cafe Classic. With a long history in bike manufacturing and being one of the makers who actually gave birth to the genre, Moto Guzzi is offering authentic styling backed by modern performance, a treat for the fans of classic motorcycles who want the benefits of multiple decades of engineering expertise. The 2008 V7 Cafe Classi...




 

2008 - 2010

Introduced at the EICMA show, the Moto Guzzi V7 Classic is a retro bike. The V7 has a 2 valve 750cc engine and styling that draws heavily from the late ’60s.




 

2007 - 2008

Carrying on the legendary heritage of retro Moto Guzzi machines, the 2007 V7 Classic is all pure, unadulterated time-approved styling, but loaded with present-day technologies to provide a dependable ride on today's roads. Classic and modern at the same time, the V7 Classic will not pass unnoticed. Spoked wheels, cigar-shaped exhausts, a flat saddle and huge headlight, together with the ico...




 

1972 - 1974

The Sport fully deserved its name, as this breakthrough model for Guzzi was the first truly sporting machine to be built using the Mandello del Lario firm's transverse V-twin engine. For V7 Sport use, the touring motor was made more powerful and compact. Bore and stroke dimensions of 82.5 x 70 mm gave capacity of 748cc, reduced from the 757cc of earlier models (including the V7 Special), a...




 

1969 - 1971

Based on the previous V700, the V7 Special featured several upgrades that boosted performance and increased reliability. A bore increase (from 80 to 83mm) netted a new displacement of 757cc. In 1968, the motorcycle market reeled in shock at the appearance of the first Italian maxi motorcycle. Created by the legendary Giulio Cesare Carcano, the Moto Guzzi V7 marked the debu engine that set a reco...




 

1967 - 1970

The V7 was made from 1967-1970, before the first 757cc V7 Special left the factory. The Special was even more oversquare in cylinder dimension, up three millimetres in the bore to 83 mm, with the same 70-mm stroke. This took power from about 38 kW to around 44. It also had a larger, more attractive tank.