Moto Guzzi during the weekend with its ‘Open Days’ fair in Mandello, presented a new variant of its V7 saga, it is the V7 Stone Corsa, inspired by the competition in the history of the Italian eagle brand.
The new Moto Guzzi V7 Stone Corsa is presented as a classic sports Roadster, presenting a discreet, but harmonious dome that includes a round lamppost with the brand symbol as an element of the sun. The double-level seat is compact, ending in a discreet tail, where it is optionally available with a ‘Solo Seat’ cover to make it look sporty on solo rides. The colors refer to the first competition machines with gray and red, which proudly carried a record of victories and world titles, such as the 250 CC in the world championship in 1949.
V7 Stone Corsa Moto de legend
The V7 Stone Corsa has the same transverse 90° V-twin engine as the family, with two valves per cylinder and air cooling. An engine that has proven to be very reliable and smooth to the touch, delivering 65 horsepower at 6800 RPM along with a torque of 73 Nm at 5000 RPM with a 6-speed transmission.
The part of the cycle is composed of the same tubular chassis as its naked brothers, with a conventional fork in the front suspension, with 40 mm diameter bars, behind a stylized swingarm that carries 2 classic suspension with adjustable preload. Brembo brand brakes occupy a 4-piston front caliper that bites a 320 mm diameter floating disc on the front wheel, while at the back a 2-piston floating caliper bites a 260 mm diameter disc.
The wheels are made of light alloy wheels measuring 18 inches in the front and 17 in the rear, with tires or wheels measuring 100/90 in the front and 150/70 in the back signed by Michelin, the ‘Road Classic’ reference.
The dry weight is 195 kg and it has an excellent fuel capacity of 21 liters, so the addition of oils increases the weight by approximately 218 kg.
Career and Technology Details
In addition to the colors, the V7 Stone Corsa has LED technology in all its lights, a discreet LCD dashboard in the ‘offset’ position, traction control, dual-channel ABS and a commemorative plate with initials CORSA in the center of the handlebars. .
The V7 saga is characterized by carrying the historic heritage of Moto Guzzi and the new Stone Corsa is now responsible for proudly carrying the brand’s competitive history, a gem that will become a collector’s item in our garage.