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Unread post by totalmotorcycle » Fri Feb 25, 2011 6:45 am

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2011 Moto Guzzi V7 Classic

A TRIBUTE TO A LEGEND.

In 1967, the motorcycle market reeled in shock at the appearance of the first Italian maxi motorcycle: Created by the legendary Giulio Cesare Carcano, the Moto Guzzi V7 marked the debut of the transverse V90 twin-cylinder 703 cc engine that set a record at that time. The V7 was enthusiastically acclaimed by the press and public. This success helped the worldwide promotion of Moto Guzzi's image as manufacturers of an exclusive, elegant, comfortable and above all, highly reliable motorcycle.

For many people, owning a V7 was one of the most important things in their lives. It left them with unforgettable memories that reminded them of their younger days, of friends and of journeys made together and made that time perhaps one of the highest points in Moto Guzzi's history. After a further forty years of success and as part of Moto Guzzi's worldwide relaunch project, the flame of creativity shines brightly once more in the new V7 Classic. The V7 has character to spare and is a superb interpretation of the fundamental beauty of the original V7 but this time incorporating all the latest technology that was unavailable to its predecessor.

The new machine is fully up-to-date with its equipment levels, frame engineering and 750cc Euro 3 engine. The V7 Classic brings earlier days to mind with the line of the tank that nestles comfortably on the tubular frame and runs back to meet the saddle. This in turn is perfectly flat and blends in gracefully with the rear mudguard. The side panels house the same stowage compartments that so stylishly set off the side view of the original machine.

Times gone by can also be seen in the gleaming chrome finish on the exhaust system, the shock absorbers, rear light cluster, front headlight and the comfortable handlebars that house the chromed rev counter and speedometer. Just as on its predecessor, the wheels too are spoked and shod with high profile sports tyres while the instrument panel with its retro-style graphics houses two modern displays that provide information on operating and diagnostic parameters. Although the V7 Classic is somewhat smaller than other Moto Guzzis, it is ideally suited for carrying pillion passengers with a comfortable saddle, convenient handholds and well positioned footpegs. The V7 Classic is easy to ride, instinctive and creates a feeling of confidence right from the first time you climb aboard. The manageable size and excellent riding position are perfect for both town use and longer mixed journeys. The sheer pleasure of riding the machine will be enhanced even further by owners having to answer countless questions from curious onlookers about the white machine they are riding as it looks just like its famed predecessor.



2011 Moto Guzzi V7 Classic - North American Specifications
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Engine
Type 90° V-Twin, 4 strokes
Cylinders Aluminium alloy with Gilnisil treatment
Pistons forged with 2 inner liner and 1 oil control ring
Cooling system air cooled
Displacement 744 cc
Bore and stroke 80x74 mm
Compression ratio 9,6:1
Timing system 2 overhead valves with light alloy push-rod
Fuel system Weber-Marelli electric injection
Starting system electric
exhaust 3 ways catalyzed with sonda Lambda


Transmission
Gearbox 5 speeds
Lubrification by lobes with pressure pump circuit capacity: 1,78 kg
oil: AGIP RACING 4T 5W/40
Primary drive by helical gears, ratio: 16/21=1 : 1,3125
Secondary drive shaft drive, ratio 8/33=1 : 4,825
Clutch single disc, dry, with cush drive


Chassis
Frame detachable tubular duplex cradle in special high-strengh steel
Front suspension Marzocchi hydraulic telescopic fork, 40 mm
Front wheel travel 130 mm
Rear suspension swinging arm in light cast alloy with two dampers, preload adjustable
Rear wheel travel 118 mm
Braking system Brembo Serie Oro
Front brake single stainless steel floating disc, 320 mm, with 4 piston calipers
Rear brake single steel disc, 260 mm
Wheels: spoke light alloy
Front rim 3"x17"
Rear rim 3.50"x17"


Tires
Front 110/70 17 54 H
Rear 130/80 17 65 H


Dimensions
Dry weight 182 Kg

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Unread post by jstark47 » Fri Feb 25, 2011 2:14 pm

Just being a Guzzi is almost an automatic "cool" from me. If there was a dealership closer to me, I'd own a Guzzi. (Piaggio needs to get real about its North American dealer support.) I sat on one of these at the New York show last month, it felt comfortable and well-sorted. The only thing keeping it from being an "awesome" is the horsepower - it's down a bit from the Triumph Bonneville, and Hinckley Bonnevilles are by no means roaring with power.
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Unread post by sunshine229 » Fri Feb 25, 2011 2:34 pm

I have to vote awesome on this one. I totally love the looks (especially in white) and although I agree with jstark that there isn't enough HP, it's not the HP of a bike that sells me. ;)

I seriously think I'll have to own this one when we move back to Canada...
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Unread post by HYPERR » Fri Feb 25, 2011 9:16 pm

jstark47 wrote:Just being a Guzzi is almost an automatic "cool" from me.
I agree with that. That being said, this is one meh Guzzi. Normally a Guzzi would get an awesome vote from me but this one is borderline cool.
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Unread post by totalmotorcycle » Sat Feb 26, 2011 6:07 am

jstark47 wrote:The only thing keeping it from being an "awesome" is the horsepower - it's down a bit from the Triumph Bonneville, and Hinckley Bonnevilles are by no means roaring with power.
I voted Awesome on this one. It just looks so Classic right out of the box. Would I buy one? Ya, it would have a spot in my garage.

I agree with you JS that the horsepower is down, I'm surprised as well since it's a 750cc engine, but torque will be good and most likely down low. Guzzi might have sacrificed horsepower for torque but I've never ridden one thus I can't say. But it's very light for a 750cc... it feels more like a 400cc (I have sat on and moved one) so weight to power is better than many might think. (182kg vs 225kg for the Bonneville.) There might also be some easy ways to coax some HP out of it (think lazy V8 engine). But it's definately a looker bike.

I also think it's awesome because you can't see horsepower or torque and when you pull up to a bike meet, or bike night or going out with friends on bikes. This bike just looks awesome and will attract attention.

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Unread post by sunshine229 » Sat Feb 26, 2011 6:19 am

Come on guys, can't I pursuade you to think this bike is awesome? You can still change your vote! It's sooooo classic!!!
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(The photo's a bit blurry but don't blame me, I didn't take it! ;)
Notice the kid in the background is giving his thumbs up... :mrgreen: )
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Unread post by totalmotorcycle » Sat Feb 26, 2011 8:01 am

If a kid is giving his thumbs up in the background, it MUST be awesome. :moose:
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Unread post by rayian » Sat Feb 26, 2011 3:13 pm

totalmotorcycle wrote:If a kid is giving his thumbs up in the background, it MUST be awesome. :moose:
Maybe he just likes Sunshine. :)

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Unread post by Grey Thumper » Sun Feb 27, 2011 9:28 pm

First time I've voted awesome. Now this is one purrrrrty bike. My only nitpick (and it really is a nitpick) is tubes. C'mon, can't another manufacturer (aside from BMW) design a spoked wheel that can fit tubeless tires?
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Unread post by HYPERR » Sun Feb 27, 2011 9:49 pm

Grey Thumper wrote:C'mon, can't another manufacturer (aside from BMW) design a spoked wheel that can fit tubeless tires?
Honda has them. Hondagirl had a SL230 the had tubeless spoked wheel.
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Unread post by totalmotorcycle » Mon Feb 28, 2011 6:10 am

Grey Thumper wrote:First time I've voted awesome. Now this is one purrrrrty bike. My only nitpick (and it really is a nitpick) is tubes. C'mon, can't another manufacturer (aside from BMW) design a spoked wheel that can fit tubeless tires?
I know what you mean. It would be nice to have, but then we are taking a classic rim (spoked) and making it a modern rim (mag) with "fake spokes" just to get a tubless tire... or we take a Bonneville T100 (spoke rim) and turn it into a Bonneville SE (mag rim).

I'm sure you could get mag rims for this model but I'm not sure if it would look classic anymore. There are +'s and -'s to spokes, lighter unsprung weight is a +, the tuning of the spokes (and replacement long down the road) a -. Tubed tires are ok, tubless better.

I really like the spoke look though myself on this model... I guess if we make the V7 Classic too practical then it would be boring... haha.

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Unread post by HYPERR » Mon Feb 28, 2011 7:11 am

How is it fake spokes? :?

They have regular spokes, the only difference is instead of at the rim, BMW spoke nipple attaches to the hub and the Honda attaches to a clever lip on the rim. Other than that, they look like any other spoked wheel.
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Unread post by totalmotorcycle » Mon Feb 28, 2011 10:29 am

Sorry, I should have said you can make a mag rim look like a spoked rim by using the spokes as a support... Ya, that's just too confusing there... I'll just skip this one and agree with you, the technology exists, why not use it then?

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Unread post by rayian » Mon Feb 28, 2011 6:04 pm

Yeah, I like this bike. I voted cool. I was tempted to buy one a couple of years ago but ended up with my sv650 which I don't regret. I like my bike.

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You did a pretty good job of covering up the scene of the crime but you did leave one incriminating evidence. :laughing:
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totalmotorcycle wrote:
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You did a pretty good job of covering up the scene of the crime but you did leave one incriminating evidence. :laughing:
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rayian wrote:Yeah, I like this bike. I voted cool. I was tempted to buy one a couple of years ago but ended up with my sv650 which I don't regret. I like my bike.
Naked version or faired?

Did you test ride the V7 Classic at the time?

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totalmotorcycle wrote:
rayian wrote:Yeah, I like this bike. I voted cool. I was tempted to buy one a couple of years ago but ended up with my sv650 which I don't regret. I like my bike.
Naked version or faired?

Did you test ride the V7 Classic at the time?

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rayian wrote:
totalmotorcycle wrote:
rayian wrote:Yeah, I like this bike. I voted cool. I was tempted to buy one a couple of years ago but ended up with my sv650 which I don't regret. I like my bike.
Naked version or faired?

Did you test ride the V7 Classic at the time?

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Naked SV. See pic at left.

They had a white V7 at Blackfoot Motorsports at the time. I spent some time with it in the showroom but no, I didn't take one for a test ride
I've always liked the Naked SV, they had a naked SV1000 for a year as well in Canada but I guess it didn't sell well.

There are a few Moto Guzzi V7 Classic's I've seen on their Blackfoot site. I've found Blackfoot to be quite hesitant to let customers test ride a bike to buy. They do have demo days once a year per brand but I don't know why taking out a bike isn't like testing a car where you go in, say "I'd like to test this bike" and off you go. Would be nice.

I have sat on the Moto Guzzi V7 Classic and it's surprisingly really light for a 750cc. The moto guzzi 750cc V-twin is a top heavy motor too, I don't know how they managed to make the bike feel light.

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Unread post by totalmotorcycle » Thu Mar 03, 2011 6:30 am

Last full day to vote on this model, tomorrow is the LAST CHANCE to vote as it will be set in stone for the Cool Wall... of course, the vote will always remain open so you can vote after tomorrow and check how it changes as the months and years go on.

Have fun, discuss and vote away, tomorrow is a new day with a new Friday Cool Wall motorcycle model!

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