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22 September 2023
Moto Guzzi is 70 years young this year, which is a little bit like saying that I’m 83 kilos light. Anyway enough of that, the big news is that the iconic Italian brand continues to shower its V7 with love, affection and new variations of the model.
The latest unique re-making of the V7 is the Stone Corsa.
The bike was introduced at an open house hosted recently at the company’s HQ in Mandello.
Thousands of the marque’s visiting fans were awed by this, the latest, incarnation of the bike.
While the engine and chassis are the same as the parent model, on the Corsa the styling is both different and, I reckon, wonderful.
Some would argue that it captures the Moto Guzzi’s sporting past perfectly. That, to me, would appear to be the case.
The latter adds to that styling and finishes the bike’s look perfectly.
The trim on the machine is also very easy on the eye.
A base metallic grey is overlaid with red detailing which really brings out the Stone Corsa’s body lines.
The bar end mirrors, twin pipes and neat tail light would make a hipster smile and the bike comes with a special edition plate on the handlebar risers.
The ‘Corsa’ will, indeed, be raced.
Moto Guzzi has funded its own ‘Fast Endurance’ domestic series.
With reference to this gladiatorial competition, if anyone is interested in sponsoring me I’m quite definitely up for proving my on-track skills here.
Yes, if you have the money, then I have the talent! I also really like the thought of living in Italy for the season.
The Stone Corsa extras on offer are similar to the rest of the range and include a similarly styled pillion seat cover.
Talk to Ross at Megabikes if you fancy embracing your inner hipster…!
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