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2013 Moto Guzzi V7 Stone: Voted Awesome

Unread post by totalmotorcycle » Fri Sep 21, 2012 12:10 pm

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2013 Moto Guzzi V7 Stone

NEW FOR 2013

An Evolution That Represents Tradition

This represents the entry level model to the range, more for the versatility of its style than for essentiality in its equipment. Thanks to the new lightweight, minimalist alloy wheels, the new V7 Stone attracts a more varied audience than the other two versions, clearly inspired, even in the chromium plating choices, by the legendary Moto Guzzi bikes of the past.

Celebrating 91 Years of Style

Elegant and Italian, the all new 2013 Moto Guzzi V7 family assures unmistakable presence derived from the original V7's of old whilst still offering the very best in technical specification and performance available on motorcycles of today.

The Bike

The design of the new V7 tells of the historic lineage of the model through a mix of forms and volumes which cite the famous ancestors, from the V7 750 Special remembered in the accents and the side panels, to the V7 Sport, which influenced the tank, the main new feature introduced in the new V7.

A change in look, now more imposing in form and capacity, the new tank brings with it a superior material perception of metal with respect to polyethylene, the material which was used to make the previous unit. This is thanks to the most advanced moulding technologies which allow construction of a metallic tank which is the same size, but lighter and with greater capacity compared to the previous polyethylene unit, reaching a record value of 22 litres which, together with the reduced consumption, ensures a range of up to 500 km. This is further proof of the design philosophy that guided the entire V7 project where innovation of the processes restored the pleasure to the rider of gripping a real, resounding metal tank in true Moto Guzzi tradition.

The rest of the new V7 design confirms that alchemy of tradition and modernism introduced in 2008 with the first V7 Classic, where, through the generous chrome trim, enthusiasts will be able to appreciate the cigar shape of the silencers, the dials on the instrument panel, clearly inspired by the Veglia-Borletti from the 1970s, the flat and long saddle, with the proud "Moto Guzzi" inscription emblazoned on the rear part as well as the new valves covers.

The Moto Guzzi V7, iconic and prestigiously manufactured, is now available in three versions, two touring and one sport, respectively the V7 Stone, V7 Special and the V7 Racer. Just like in 1971 when the sport version completed a range made up of the dominating V7 and V7 Special.


2013 Moto Guzzi V7 Stone - Specifications/Technical Details
US / CAN MSRP Price: Stone: PRICE: $8,390.00; V7 Classic: PRICE: $8,990.00; V7 Special: PRICE: $8,990.00; V7 Racer: PRICE: $9,990.00
UK/European MSRP Price: £6,499
Italian MSRP Price: €7,990 EUR


ENGINE 90° V-twin with 2 valves per cylinder
DISPLACEMENT 744cc
MAXIMUM POWER 37Kw (50 HP) at 6,200 rpm
MAXIMUM TORQUE 60 Nm at 2,800 rpm
EXHAUST SYSTEM 3 ways catalyzed with sonda lambda
GEARBOX 5 speed
SECOND DRIVE Shaft drive
FRONT SUSPENSION 40mm Marzocchi hydraulic telescopic fork
REAR SUSPENSION Light weight alloy swing arm with 2 adjustable spring preload shock absorbers
FRONT BRAKE Single stainless steel floating disc, 320mm, with 4 piston caliper
REAR BRAKE Single steel disc, 260mm, with 2 opposed piston caliper
WHEELS Polished alloy, spoked [6 spoke alloy V7 Stone]
TYRES 100/90 18 (front) – 130/80 17 (rear)
LENGTH 2,185mm
WIDTH 800mm
HEIGHT 1,115mm
SEAT HEIGHT 805mm
DRY WEIGHT 179kg
FUEL TANK CAPACITY 22 litres (reserve 4 litres)
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Re: This Week - 2013 Moto Guzzi V7 Stone: Vote & Discuss

Unread post by totalmotorcycle » Fri Sep 21, 2012 12:12 pm

And here we go, another model you haven't seen before for 2013 and Total Motorcycle has the scoop on it!

UPDATE September 27th:Yes, this will be coming to the USA (Canada unsure yet), I'm sure it will be as USA and Canada carry the other V7 models and this being an entry level, lower priced V7 version it's a good bet.

Stone: PRICE: $8,390.00
V7 Classic: PRICE: $8,990.00
V7 Special: PRICE: $8,990.00
V7 Racer: PRICE: $9,990.00

It will be interesting to see the end voting results on this one as Moto Guzzi stripped away the chrome, and fancy paint work, gave it mag wheels but reduced the price.

Enjoy debating and voting!

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Unread post by Johnj » Fri Sep 21, 2012 12:35 pm

Awesome bike. No cookie-cutter here.
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Unread post by alarue » Fri Sep 21, 2012 12:45 pm

Among the bikes I've seriously considered but not bought in the past is the Breva 750. I don't really know why I like Guzzis so much, but I suspect it's partly because they're different. I was really comfortable on the Breva and suspect I would be on the V7 as well, but that longitudinally mounted engine qualifies as quirky simply because it's unusual. Preferring the unusual can come back to haunt you, partly because you seem like an oddball to other people, and partly because it's sometimes impractical. Buying a rare motorcycle can result in long times of it sitting in the shop because parts travel slowly, an example of which is that my Royal Enfield just spent two months in the shop waiting for a seal. Then there's the fact that the dealer is 60 miles away in Katy, Texas. (And the closet Moto Guzzi dealer is also in Katy.)

Maybe I just need to move!

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Unread post by BobK » Fri Sep 21, 2012 4:39 pm

I had a 2006 Nevada. Great bike, very reliable, made for smaller riders. That longitudinal engine makes it really easy to work on. Everything is out in the open, so changing plugs and adjusting valves is easy. The 90 degree v-twin is very smooth compared to the 45 degree Harley engine, and the shaft drive is very low maintenance.

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Unread post by DavyP » Fri Sep 21, 2012 6:19 pm

I voted awesome on this one. Nice old school look to it. It reminds me of my old Triumph

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Unread post by Grey Thumper » Fri Sep 21, 2012 7:43 pm

So awesome it gives me goosebumps that have their own goosebumps.
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Unread post by High_Side » Sat Sep 22, 2012 3:37 am

I still prefer the burnt orange V7 but will have to go with awesome. Who knew a 750cc bike with 39hp at the rear wheel could be awesome? :laughing:

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Unread post by totalmotorcycle » Sat Sep 22, 2012 10:00 am

High_Side wrote:I still prefer the burnt orange V7 but will have to go with awesome. Who new a 750cc bike with 39hp at the rear wheel could be awesome? :laughing:
With the new V7 750cc version engine Moto Guzzi is quoting
MAXIMUM POWER 37Kw (50 HP) at 6,200 rpm
But that doesn't say crank or rear wheel so.... but it's the figure I'd use myself as that's pretty much what the manufactuers all list anyways. With a V-Twin, there won't be a lot of horsepower (unless it's a sport V-Twin) anyways ; but hey, you know that more than even I do! :D

I think your old VTR1000F* had a little over 100hp right? And the RC51 at the time almost 140hp for an inline 4. But I'm finding myself more and more drawn to the torque figures as I enjoy the feeling of torque more than speed.

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* I really think Honda should re-make the VTR again or another "SV1000" like bike.
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Unread post by High_Side » Sat Sep 22, 2012 1:49 pm

totalmotorcycle wrote:
High_Side wrote:I still prefer the burnt orange V7 but will have to go with awesome. Who new a 750cc bike with 39hp at the rear wheel could be awesome? :laughing:
With the new V7 750cc version engine Moto Guzzi is quoting
MAXIMUM POWER 37Kw (50 HP) at 6,200 rpm
But that doesn't say crank or rear wheel so.... but it's the figure I'd use myself as that's pretty much what the manufactuers all list anyways. With a V-Twin, there won't be a lot of horsepower (unless it's a sport V-Twin) anyways ; but hey, you know that more than even I do! :D

I think your old VTR1000F* had a little over 100hp right? And the RC51 at the time almost 140hp for an inline 4. But I'm finding myself more and more drawn to the torque figures as I enjoy the feeling of torque more than speed.

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* I really think Honda should re-make the VTR again or another "SV1000" like bike.

I agree and waited 11 years for Honda to bring out a replacement for my beloved VTR. Time marches on however and KTM did what Honda wouldn't and arguably couldn't: build a Superduke! Everything the VTR was only better and a whole lot more raw. As for the RC51, its actually a twin loosely based on the std VTR. And the Oct issue of Cycle World has the V7 dyno'd at 39hp! It's not a hp bike, and I still voted awesome, but whoa that's pretty gutless! The torque is low too so there seems to be no trade-off either...

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Unread post by ceemes » Sat Sep 22, 2012 2:33 pm

A blast from the past with just enough mod cons. A pure naked bike of the old school......can only be awesome since its not a cookie cutter RR or Harley wannabe cruiser.....plus I love those exhausts.....I'd have one in a heart beat.
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Unread post by sunshine229 » Sat Sep 22, 2012 8:01 pm

My vote is awesome - the V7 line is one of my favourites of all time. :mrgreen:

It's great that they've introduced a "entry level" model which I suspect will be a cheaper price point but it may also appeal to a wider crowd because it's a bit darker / less chromey.

Love it!
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Unread post by JackoftheGreen » Sat Sep 22, 2012 11:20 pm

Clearly, I'm missing something. This looks like every rusted out hulk leaning against every peeling whitewash tractor shed I've ever seen. Are wasp nests under the fenders standard, or a factory option?

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Unread post by BobK » Sun Sep 23, 2012 1:35 am

There's nothing on a Guzzi to rust. If you want rust, get a Harley.

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Unread post by totalmotorcycle » Tue Sep 25, 2012 2:22 pm

BobK wrote:There's nothing on a Guzzi to rust. If you want rust, get a Harley.
With the experiences of some newer used bikes I have found rust on both Harley-Davidsons and Moto Guzzi's. There was a 2005 Breva 750 we looked at in the UK that had pretty bad rust all over the engine and looking at Harley-Davidson's here in the USA (Texas), I've seen quite a few 2008, 2009 Fat Bob's with rusting chromed parts. For the age I was a little surprised, but then again, anything will rust.

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Unread post by BobK » Wed Sep 26, 2012 2:02 am

True. I keep my bikes in a garage, and do clean them occasionally. The Guzzi, now 7 years old, still doesn't have a spot of rust on it. It has a lot of plastic bodywork, and some kind of finish on the motor that keeps it from tarnishing. The paint on the frame is pretty good.

Within a week of bringing the Harley home, it had spots of rust all over. I noticed it first on the mufflers, then a closer look revealed rusty bolt heads, and rust spots peeking through the thin paint on the footpeg mounts. Next time I was at the dealer I pointed it out to the service manager, who offered to replace the rusty parts under warranty. I figured new Harley parts would start to rust anyway, so just bought a spray can of super-duper Harley-Davidson engine cleaner and protector. I guess Harley knows that most owners are going to replace just about everything anyway, so don't waste money on stainless steel and alloys.

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Unread post by sapaul » Wed Sep 26, 2012 8:21 am

Awesome for me, and thank you to a manufacturer that is catering to the non super bike rush to the head buyer and just wants a simple awesome machine to ride.
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Unread post by totalmotorcycle » Thu Sep 27, 2012 8:43 am

Great news, I have a price and the 2013 Moto Guzzi V7 Stone is available in (at least right now) the USA (still waiting for Canadian availability and pricing)

Stone: PRICE: $8,390.00
V7 Classic: PRICE: $8,990.00
V7 Special: PRICE: $8,990.00
V7 Racer: PRICE: $9,990.00
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Unread post by MmeMagpie » Thu Sep 27, 2012 11:49 am

Great looking machine with a lot of things I look for in a bike. Classic good looks, the upright seated position that I miss from my old Honda CB650C, shaft drive, and one whale of a gas tank. You could go for a lot of miles on one fill-up. Looks nimble and suitable for long trips. I think I'm in love.

I also like that they put a lady on it :)

Parked next to an older Moto Guzzi yesterday and admired it for a minute, in spite of the copious road grime. Timely post :)
Ooooooh. Shiny!

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Unread post by totalmotorcycle » Thu Sep 27, 2012 5:42 pm

I voted: Awesome.

I get it now. Maybe it's because I'm getting older or a more mature rider or because I just put up the 2012 Honda CB1100 Naked http://www.totalmotorcycle.com/motorcyc ... CB1100.htm (and the Yamaha XJR1300 before that) that I understand. As Honda said: "AIMING FOR BEAUTY AND FUN THAT TRANSCEND THE NUMBERS"

But really, I always knew that, its just that sometimes the bell goes off and you say, "ya, you know, I get that."

So, 50hp for a 750cc, who cares. This thing looks amazing! And really, when your bike is at a bike show or bike night no one really cares about it's HP figures (unless it's the top of the line, new model sportbike that will be replaced in 2 years with the next model making 5hp more).

We need more naked bikes! More naked Bikes! WE NEED MORE NAKED BIKES!

A motorcycle that you can just ride anywhere, have fun with and the bike looks amazing just sitting still or going down the highway. Something easy to work on, something with character, something that doesn't cost an arm and leg. Something as easy to ride as putting on a pair of pants (or trousers for those in the UK).

Yes, we need the V7 Stone, the V7 series and all the naked we can get. :naughty: :naughty: :naughty: :naughty:

Who is with me on this?

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