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Moto Guzzi V7 “Tractor 05” By Venier Customs

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Apr 23, 2018

Category: Rides

Brooklyn, New York-based Venier Customs knows a thing or two about turning out incredibly well finished custom motorcycles. For years now they’ve produced some our favorite custom sleds, refining factory builds and making them better by leaps and bounds. Take the Moto Guzzi V7 “Tractor 05” for example.

A kind of merging between of the aesthetics of both past and present, this build features an elongated and reshaped tank, a totally redone tail section complete with a handmade leather seat and recessed LED tail light. Complementing the paired-down and well finished build is a black aluminum handlebar with a GPS custom speedometer and a 4-inch headlight with custom brackets. For ripping up the salty, sludgy winter roads in New York’s trendiest borough, the Brooklyn team threw on Continental TKC 80 Vintage tires and equipped the bike with suspension from Ikon. The end result? One of the cleanest custom build’s we’ve come across this year.

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