Topic: Moto Guzzi Updates the V7  (Read 639 times)

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Rogue

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Moto Guzzi Updates the V7
« on: 11/10/16 07:24PM »
http://www.motorcycle.com/manufacturer/moto-guzzi/moto-guzzi-v7.html

I love the way this one looks!  This would be so cool to ride around in.  Would make for a great commuter bike too.

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Re: Moto Guzzi Updates the V7
« Reply #1 on: 11/10/16 07:39PM »
The look is great. I test rode one and was quite underwhelmed, but then it is not an expensive bike at all. Putting around on, fun...

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« Reply #2 on: 11/10/16 08:09PM »
Yea I went to the Moto Guzzi demo rides at SoCalMotorcycles, wasn't impressed at all.  :P

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« Reply #3 on: 11/10/16 08:12PM »
SoCalMotorcycles is an authorized dealer for them go there and ride one.  :)

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« Reply #4 on: 11/10/16 08:52PM »
I've had aircooled V-twin pushrod bikes before.  They're fun to ride but in a different way.  The V7's are lightweight enough to be fun to ride most times as long as you don't expect them to perform like a liquid cooled, DOHC, SV650 class bike.  They are NOT sportbikes so I guess you have to keep that in mind.  And that's part of their charm.  They are just simple bikes. I can't help but like the simplicity of air cooling.  Plus it has shaft drive, a big fuel tank, and weighs under 430 lbs. wet.  I'm just a sucker for this!  I also think they're beautiful! 


 

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