Moto Guzzi has made it a little easier to customize your V7, with a new bolt-on racer kit.
The kit hails back to the late ’60s, when Moto Guzzi was actually still involved in racing. Specifically, the kit is aimed to recall the 1969 Moto Guzzi V7 Record endurance racer prototype.
You can fit the kit to Moto Guzzi’s V7 Classic, V7 Stone and V7 Special, as long as you have their special factory clip-ons. It’s intended to be an easy project to install – the fiberglass fairing attaches right over the existing headlight, and the solo seat bolts right in place of the existing V7 seat.
The kit will cost about 1400 pounds in the U.K.; we’re not sure what that will translate to if it comes to North America.
Seems like a lot of $$$ for a fairing and a seat, and the clip-ons are extra ???
You’re right there, TK4. I could see someone building that kit, as a one-off, for less than half that price and with results every bit as good.