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Moto Guzzi V7 Stone by Venier Customs

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Aug 8, 2014

Category: Rides

When we think of the streets of New York City, we don’t think of off-roading, but who’s to say Central Park is off-limits? The owner of this Moto Guzzi V7 Stone 750cc must’ve felt the same way, as he tapped the experts at Venier Customs to create him a hybrid scrambler from his existing bike.

Venier calls it the Tractor 02, and the changes include those knobbly Continental dual sport tires and Norton Commando Style Megatone mufflers. The two-toned gray color scheme is bolstered by a bespoke aluminum fuel tank and side covers, simplified dashboard, enduro handlebars, and a black LSL small headlight. It’s still a comfortable ride for two people, with the seat running a little longer than usual and the all body pushed 30mm towards the back.

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