Custom bikes are the big craze at the moment and the Moto Guzzi V7 II is certainly not missing out on the action.
While the V7 is one of the most privately customised new bikes around, it’s also one of the most factory customised.
Not only does it come as the Stone, Special and Racer model but there is also a host of accessories kits to turn them into scramblers, cafe racers, gothic rat bikes and even Italian Army replicas.
Now the North American market has a special edition V7 Racer Verde Legnano SE model. There is no word on the variant being available in other markets.
The bike is a tribute to the ’71 Telaio Rossi V7 Sport, one of the first to reach 120mph (193km/h).
The iconic racing red frame was replicated as homage to the 150 Telaio Rosso machines which were initially designed by Lino Tonti.
It also gets Marzocchi forks, remote reservoir Bitubo rear shocks, Brembo brakes and anodised aluminium wheels and a tan leather seat.
However, we’re not too sure about the bright “slime green” tank!
Only 50 will be made and they will cost $US10,999.
The 2015 Moto Guzzi V7 II range comes with modern two-channel ABS and even traction control which is kind of surprising since it is powered by a 744cc lazy V-twin with just 37kW of power and 60Nm of torque.