Italian motorcycle brand Moto Guzzi has decided to capitalize on the Ducati Scrambler hype by teaming up with 70Tre to release a kit for the Moto Guzzi V7 roadster and turning it into the Moto Guzzi V70Tre Scrambler. Bet your bottom dollar that within a year there will be more Scrambler bikes than you can poke a stick at.
The Moto Guzzi V7 has been around in one shape or another since 1967. In it’s current form it features a 744 cc V Twin putting out a rather sedate 50 bhp. By all reports however it’s a pleasant bike to ride with good suspension and a flexible motor. The kit from 70Tre which converts the V7 into a scrambler comes with the following:
- Kit manifolds and exhaust systems
- Side panels in plastic with aluminum number plate
- Seat handles
- Handlebar “Cross”
- Handlebar bumpers
- Fork legs protection
- Metal supports for front fender
- Headlight protection Tube
- Headlight protection Grill
- Protections steel passenger platforms
- Tank belt in grain leather
- Tank rack in steel
It’s a DIY kit which includes all instructions and doesn’t require any drilling or modifications to the bikes frame, so you can remove it and sell the V7 in original form if needed. And according to 70Tre, you can mount it easily in a few hours, anyone with a minimum of mechanical aptitude can do it. The kit is compatible with all models Guzzi V7 products from 2008 to 2012 and from 2012 to 2014.
The price of the 70Tre Scrambler kit is € 1.947,00 + VAT but it is expected that the kit will be bolted on to V7’s around the world by dealers and sold as Moto Guzzi’s dedicated scrambler model. Visit 70Tre for more information.