Pedro García and Efraon Triana have given the normally svelte-looking V7 a shot of scrambler attitude, with fenders reminiscent of vintage enduro machines and chunky Continental Twinduro TKC80 rubber—a rare knobbly tire that doesn’t embarrass itself on pavement. The wheels have been sandblasted and refinished with a matte varnish.
The overall look is classic Café Racer Dreams, and it suits the Guzzi remarkably well. The side panels are gone, revealing a K&N pod intake, and the battery has been relocated to the swingarm.
It’s a relatively simple build, but takes the V7 into a different and rather intriguing realm.
If Triumph has its Scrambler, isn’t it time Moto Guzzi created a version of the V7 to match?