Comically nicknamed Tractor 04, the bike you’re seeing here was once a bone-stock V7 from Moto Guzzi’s range. Stefano and his crew began by removing the factory bodywork in its entirety, then they busied themselves with the fabrication of a new aluminum attire. The custom-made outfit comprises slim fenders, perforated side panels, and a simple, yet remarkably handsome fuel tank.
Opting to keep the Guzzi’s skeleton completely unaltered, the guys designed a fresh leather saddle that follows the subframe’s contours. We see a rectangular LED taillight right behind the two-up seat, and the standard shocks have been deleted in favor of adjustable Ikon substitutes with progressive springs. Front-end lighting is also supplied by LED hardware, firmly held in place via bespoke brackets.
The V7’s laced hoops were kept in play, but their rims got cloaked in dual-sport rubber from Goldentyre’s inventory. Moving on to the cockpit area, you’ll be greeted by a tiny GPS speedometer and an aluminum handlebar adorned with Biltwell grips. Venier’s bike-modding surgeons decided that the motorcycle’s longitudinal V-twin should remain stock, yet they did perform a couple of exterior tweaks.
MASS Exhaust silencers can now be spotted on both sides of the rear wheel, and the OEM valve covers were replaced with retro-looking aftermarket items. Last but not least, the guys turned their attention to Tractor 04’s color scheme, choosing an understated matte-black base that’s accompanied by gold highlights on the gas tank. Once the paintwork had been applied, they were finally happy to call it a day.