- The Moto Guzzi V7 Stone Ten celebrates the 10th anniversary of the Moto Guzzi Proud Owners Club.
- It’s equipped with a special exhaust that increases peak output to 66.5 horsepower and 55.3 pound-feet.
- Prices start from $9,990, $500 more than the base model.
If you’re in the market for a beautiful Italian-made roadster, Moto Guzzi has just the thing for you. The iconic bikemaker has taken the wraps off the new-for-2024 V7 Stone Ten. It serves as a new version of the already-successful roadster, dialed to eleven with a handful of updates. More importantly, the motorcycle celebrates the 10th anniversary of the Moto Guzzi Proud Owners Club–the official community of Eagle brand owners and fans. Here’s what you need to know.
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What’s New On The 2024 Moto Guzzi V7 Stone Ten
Like most special editions, the V7 Stone Ten flexes a distinct, bespoke colorway. The tank has a glossy pastel white finish, topped by a vertically split treatment. On the left is a solid black section, while the right has a black-white checkered finish. This is topped by sporty red inserts, such as the tank stripes, wheel stickers, company badges, rear shock absorbers, and even the saddle stitching. A set of bar-end mirrors, a special plaque on the handlebar, and a graphite finish for the cylinder heads round off the aesthetic touches.
Other than the design, the company has equipped the motorcycle with a special, homologated Arrow exhaust. It boosts the peak output to 66.5 horsepower and 55.3 pound-feet, up from the standard model’s 65 and 53.8 figures. So you’re looking at a faster and louder experience as you ride.
2024 Moto Guzzi V7 Stone Ten Power And Torque
853cc, twin-cylinder, air/oil-cooled
Bore x stroke
84 x 77 mm
66.5 horsepower at 6,700 RPM
55.3 pound-feet at 4,900 RPM
What’s Unchanged On The 2024 Moto Guzzi V7 Stone Ten
Aside from the changes, everything remains unchanged. The motorcycle carries forward the tubular steel frame that suspends on conventional 40 mm telescopic forks and dual shock absorbers. Complementing this is a set of 18/17-inch alloy wheels, each of which wears single disc brakes and Brembo calipers. Also unchanged are the dimensions, such as the 436.5-pound dry weight, 30.7-inch saddle height, and the 5.5-gallon fuel tank.
Once aboard, you’re greeted by a fully digital instrument cluster. It’s an LCD with all the necessary information and a couple of rider aids (traction control and dual-channel ABS). There’s no smartphone connectivity, though–not even as an accessory.
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Moto Guzzi has priced its special V7 Stone Ten at $9,990. This makes it $800 pricier than the base model–a somewhat justified price tag, considering the extra equipment (the exhaust itself can cost a few hundred bucks). If that floats your boat, we suggest you head to your nearest Guzzi dealer and book the motorcycle. Deliveries are said to begin in a couple of months (April 2024 onwards).
Source – Moto Guzzi