november 06, 2018 - Moto Guzzi

V7III STRIPES ACCESSORIES KIT, BLACK & RED AND CLASSIC GREEN

MOTO GUZZI OFFERS THREE ACCESSORY KITS TO MAKE EVERY V7III UNIQUE. THREE REFERENCE DESIGNS INSPIRED BY "MADE IN MANDELLO" HISTORY, SPORTS HERITAGE AND STYLISTIC TRADITION
TWELVE PARTS DESIGNED, DEVELOPED AND MANUFACTURED BY MOTO GUZZI, PERFECTLY INTERCHANGEABLE WITH THE ORIGINALS AND FULLY APPROVED.

Moto Guzzi introduces a sneak peek at EICMA – the Milan International Motorcycle Show - of a Limited Series of Accessory Kits dedicated to the Moto Guzzi V7III made up of 4 accessories (fuel tank, top fairing, tail fairing and side panels) and available in 3 configurations inspired by as many moods. The Stripes package - with a sporty spirit - pays tribute to Moto Guzzi's glorious sport racing history; the Black & Red version – in vintage style - draws inspiration from the legendary Dondolino, honouring the heritage of the Mandello-based manufacturer and one of the models that made motorcycling history; the Classic Green kit – with a classic mood – is stylistically inspired by the colour schemes and graphics of yesteryear, reinterpreting them in a modern key.

The three kits – Stripes, Black & Red and Classic Green – are a time machine that brings values of Moto Guzzi back to the present.

The first, with the number 29 on the side panels, celebrates the victory of Omobono Tenni in the 6 days of the 1937 Tourist Trophy. The second, drawing inspiration from the Dondolino, reminds us of Moto Guzzi's glorious victories throughout the ’40s and ’50s in the Swiss and Spanish Grand Prix, as well as in the numerous Italian and French championships. Last, but not least, the Classic Green kit - which takes on the layout of the 1938 GT20 - draws its inspiration from the typical ’30s and ‘40s colour schemes and the graphics of those days with gold threading and a black band reminiscent of the knee guards used on the fuel tanks of that era.  Modern Gentleman Racers will not be able to deny their attraction.

Guzzi lovers also have another option to add an extra touch to customising their bike: purchase “raw” (without graphics) fuel tank, top fairing, tail faring and side panels, naked skin on which to ink their own ultra-personal tattoo. The kit can be purchase as a single package or the 4 accessories can be purchased individually. Both the “nude” components and the kit parts are approved – and therefore street legal – guaranteeing maximum quality, safety and compliance with traffic regulations. All of the parts have been conceived, designed and made by Moto Guzzi and they are subjected to strict control test cycles just like any other original part on the bike in order to guarantee a quality and long-lasting product. Since they have been conceived and fine tuned by Moto Guzzi they are perfectly interchangeable with the factory parts, allowing you to easily revert your bike to its original configuration.

Those who have already owned a Moto Guzzi for several years can change the look of their bike, renewing it, and thereby easily and simply entering the world of special bikes.

The 3 Limited Editions available in 2019 from February (Stripes), June (Black & Red) and November (Vintage Green) can be purchased by reservation at a select network of dealerships.

Moto Guzzi has never followed fashion, but on the contrary has always skilfully set new trends. In its glorious, almost centennial heritage, it has often paved the way to follow both on a technical and stylistic level. 

Since 1967, the year the first units were sold in Italy, the V7 became a pillar of the product range and the representative of the Italian motorcycle par excellence, standing out for its content and design, highly popular with a truly transversal and varied public.

The “seven-fifty” from Mandello has proven to be an excellent base starting point for custom designs, as demonstrated by the success of Moto Guzzi Garage, a design platform – that has come to life both through the dealership network and online at the dedicated website garagemotoguzzi.com – of the new way that Moto Guzzi intends customising in a modern key.

A project that began in 2015, Moto Guzzi Garage primarily involved the V7II, later expanding to the third generation V7, extending this brand new custom philosophy to the entire world of "Made in Mandello" motorcycles.

Moto Guzzi focuses more and more attention on the concept of customisation that is innate in the V7 DNA, by extending the range of accessory Kits configured as “style proposals” to direct Guzzisti fans within the eclectic custom world.