Moto Guzzi V7 Stone Corsa: Unveiling the Sporty Edition of a Legendary Classic

Iconic motorcycle debuts with a new look and slate of upgrades to pay homage to the golden era of motorcycle racing.

For nearly seven decades, the Moto Guzzi V7 has remained an iconic symbol of Italian motorcycling, continuously evolving while preserving its unmistakable characteristics and unmatched authenticity. The latest iteration of this legendary model, the Moto Guzzi V7 Stone Corsa, made a surprise debut during the 2023 Moto Guzzi Open House, captivating thousands of enthusiastic fans who gathered in Mandello for this highly anticipated event, cherished by Guzzisti worldwide.

The Moto Guzzi V7 Stone Corsa represents a welcome return to the classic sportiness with modern amenities, marked by its elegant lines that seamlessly flow from the top fairing to the single-seat-style saddle. These design elements evoke the thrilling ambiance of bygone racing eras, rekindling the genuine passion and allure of authentic motorcycling, a revival initiated by the Moto Guzzi Fast Endurance in 2019 — a single-brand racing series that has allowed many riders to enjoy the thrill of racing on V7 machines.

The V7 Stone Corsa boasts a striking two-tone livery, paying homage to the golden age of motorcycle racing. Its metallic grey color is accentuated by a bold red stripe that runs vertically along the top fairing, extending to the lower part of the fuel tank and to the side panels. To complete the racing aesthetic, an optional color-matched hard cover is available for the rear portion of the saddle, enhancing the single-seat configuration.

The equipment package further elevates the V7 Stone Corsa’s aesthetics and performance. “Bar end” rear-view mirrors provide a sleek and dynamic profile, while the billet black anodized aluminum fuel cap adds a touch of sophisitication. Staying true to the minimalist design philosophy that defines all V7 models, the front fork opts for a bellows-free appearance, with a distinctive plate on the handlebar riser denoting its special edition status.

Pricing has been confirmed for $9,690 for the U.S. markets and $11,990 for Canadian markets. Further information will be available soon on the Moto Guzzi website.

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