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Moto Guzzi reveals endurance racer kit

By Andy Downes -

New bikes

 23 March 2012 16:57

Moto Guzzi has developed a bolt-on factory kit to transform any clip-on equipped V7 into a replica 1970s endurance racer.

The kit has been inspired by the 1969 Moto Guzzi V7 Record prototype, an endurance racer that set numerous speed records for Guzzi, including one at Monza Speedbowl Circuit where the V7 achieved an average speed over 621miles (1000km) at 128mph

The Record kit comes with a front fairing and a single-seat unit, with kicked-up spoiler fin and a memory foam seat.  The kit is simple and easy to fit on any Moto Guzzi V7 Cafe or V7 Racer. The fibreglass front fairing uses the existing headlight assembly, while the single seat unit is a straight swap for the standard seat with no modification necessary.

The kit can be fitted to the V7 Classic, V7 Stone and V7 Special but a set of Moto Guzzi factory clip-ons are required. The V7 Record Kit costs £1400. Any Moto Guzzi dealer can provide details.