2020 Moto Guzzi V7 III Racer Limited Edition

Mar 8, 2019

Category: Rides

While it might feel like the overseas automotive and motorcycle industries get to have all the fun, Moto Guzzi has decided to release their upcoming racer exclusively in North America. The recently unveiled V7 III Racer Limited Edition is heading to both the United States and Canadian markets in June and will elaborate on the motorcycle brand’s successful V7 platform.

The new Moto Guzzi is well on its way toward obtaining the title of the most “sports-oriented’ offering the company has ever released, with a 744cc transverse V-twin engine that produces 52 horsepower and 44 ft-lb of torque at 5200 rpm. A Rosso Corso-colored frame and swingarm pair with the bike’s impeccable gloss-white and red detailing, utilizing twin Öhlins piggyback reservoir shocks that offer a wide range of adjustability options and a set of spoked Moto Guzzi wheels that have carried the manufacturer to 3,300 racing wins, 14 World GP titles, 22 world records, and 11 Isle of Man Tourist Trophy wins. There’s no information on just how “limited” the V7 III will be, but for only $9,990, it’s quite the steal.

Purchase: $9,990

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