Custom Moto Guzzi V75 Corsaiola by Venier Customs

Jun 14, 2013

Category: Rides

When it comes to customized motorcycles, we prefer to keep things simple and clean. A perfect example would be what the team at the Italy based Venier Customs did with this Moto Guzzi V75.

Born as a 1989 small block V75, this 2 wheeler has been revamped by Stefano Venier, and the finished product is simply beautiful. Crowned the Corsaiola (translates to speedy), the bike has been upgraded with a new tank, seat, rear fenders and side panel without compromising the character of the bike’s original form. The Mistral exhaust system is a nice touch, while the simplistic black and white paint job is the perfect way to finish this thing off.

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