A very exclusive bike with a worldwide production of only 1,000 units.
After 95 years of continuous motorcycle production, Moto Guzzi has a rich heritage to draw from. The Italian company has been mining that heritage, recently resuscitating iconic models including the V7 and Eldorado.
Moto Guzzi released their 2016 V7 II Stornello in hopes of not missing the enduro bandwagon. This beautiful bike brings legitimate heritage as it is based on a model name from the 60's and 70's. The V7 II Stornello includes a dual-channel ABS, traction control and a six-speed gearbox, all powered by the latest edition of the 750cc Guzzi small block V-twin.
The look of this bike is spot on. From the white tank and red stripes to the red frame and black engine that pays tribute to the 1972 Stronello, and you can't forget about the two-into-one Arrow exhaust. The wire-spoke wheels with semi-knobby rubber, long bench seat with stitched logo, knee pads, endure-style foot pegs, fork boots, hand-hammered satin aluminum fenders and number plates distinguish the Stornello from its V7 Stablemates.
Engine: 744cc air-cooled 90-degree V-twin, 9.6:1 compression ratio, 78.7mm x 73.7mm bore and stroke, 47hp @ 6,250rpm (claimed)
Top speed: N/A
Fueling: Weber-Marelli electronic fuel injection
Transmission: 6-speed, shaft final drive
Electrics: 12v, electronic ignition
Frame/wheelbase: Dual downtube steel cradle/57in (1,450mm)
Suspension: 40mm telescopic forks front, dual shocks w/adjustable preload rear
Brakes: Single 12.6in (320mm) disc front, single 10.2 (260mm) disc rear
Tires: 100/90 x 18in front, 130/80 x 17in rear
Weight (dry): 419lb (190kg)
Seat height: 31.1in (790mm)
Fuel capacity/MPG: 5.8gal (22ltr)/45-50mpg (est.)
Original Price: $11,190
- Moto Guzzi
- Auto Model Name
- V7 II Stornello
- Transmission Type
- 6 Speed