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2018 Moto Guzzi V7 III Rough
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Born for the Scene
A bike that quietly but confidently exudes effortless style and impeccably combines the best of traditional and modern.
Perfect for both a leisurely Sunday ride for lunch by the harbor and for zipping through traffic during rush hour.
- An unmistakable “V”oice that stands out from the rest of the choir: As with the other members of the V7 III family, the brand new V7 III Rough is powered by the legendary transverse V-twin engine with its tough sculptured look. Agile and versatile, with smooth, fluid gear changes which require only the lightest touch to the lever, this bike can be summed up in just a few words: outstanding performance and the perfect travel companion in city traffic and out of town trips.
- From countryside to city without changing shoes: The knobby tires mounted on spoked rims emphasize the urban country look and make it tough enough to even take on light dirt roads. But, with its meticulous styling details, it can also more than hold its own among the city slickers.
- The gleam of alluminum signals “country road” style: The urban country soul comes through in features such as the stitching on the two-person saddle, the passenger grab strap and the aluminum side covers.
- The unmistakable Guzzi style at the heart of the bike: A reinforced front and a dynamic steering configuration ensure great handling without sacrificing stability. Extraordinarily easy to ride, it’s perfect for those seeking new adventures on two wheels and also for riders wanting a trusty companion for weekend jaunts. The tank, the largest in the category, means plenty of miles of pleasure for new and experienced riders alike.
- The great families are known for their distinctive traits: With its many prestigious details, the new Moto Guzzi V7 III Rough isn’t short on individuality, but for those who want to customize their bike even more, there is an ample range of Moto Guzzi accessories and special parts available.
- Displacement: 744 cc
- Bore: 80 mm
- Travel: 74 mm
- Distribution: 2 valves with light alloy pushrods and rockers
- Max Power: 52 hp (38 kW) at 6,200 rpm
- Maximum torque at crankshaft: 44 lb.-ft (60 Nm) at 4,900 rpm
- Exhaust system: 3-way catalytic converter with double lambda probe
- Cooling: Air
- Frame: Double cradle tubular frame in ALS steel with detachable elements.
- Wheelbase: 56.89 in. (1445 mm)
- Trail: 4.17 in. (106 mm)
- Headstock angle: 26.4 deg.
- Front suspension: Ø 40 mm hydraulic telescopic fork
- Travel:: 130 mm
- Rear suspension: Die cast light alloy swingarm with 2 shock absorbers with adjustable spring preload
- Travel:: 93 mm (80 mm shock absorber stroke)
- Front Brake: Ø 320 mm stainless steel floating discs, Brembo callipers with 4 differently sized opposed pistons
- Rear brake: Ø 260 mm, stainless steel disc, floating calliper with 2 pistons
- Front wheel: 18 in. in lightweight alloy 100/90 (110/80 R18 as alternative)
- Rear wheel: 17 in. in lightweight alloy 130/80
- Saddle height: 30.32 in. (770 mm)
- Length: 86 in. (2,185 mm)
- Height: 43.4 in. (1,100 mm)
- Minimum ground clearance: 5.9 in. (150 mm)
- Fuel tank capacity: 5.6 gal. (including 1 gal. reserve)
- Kerb weight: 425.5 lb. (193 kg)
- Kerb weight* (* Weight with motorcycle ready for use with all operating fluids and with 90% fuel.): 469.6 lb. (213 kg)
- Consumption (WMTC cycle): 1.5 gal./62.1 mi (5.5 l/100 km)
- CO2 Emissions (WMTC cycle): 128 g/km (Racer 132 g/km)
- 744 cc
- Bore and Stroke
- 80 x 74 mm
- Front Suspension
- Ø 40 mm hydraulic telescopic fork
- Rear Suspension
- Die cast light alloy swingarm with 2 shock absorbers with adjustable spring preload
- Front Brakes
- Ø 320 mm stainless steel floating discs, Brembo callipers with 4 differently sized opposed pistons
- Rear Brakes
- Ø 260 mm, stainless steel disc, floating calliper with 2 pistons
- Front Tire
- Rear Tire
- 56.89 in. (1445 mm)
- Seat Height
- 30.32 in. (770 mm)
- 4.17 in. (106 mm)
- Fuel Capacity
- 5.6 gal. (including 1 gal. reserve)
- Dry Weight
- 425.5 lb. (193 kg)
- Grey Matt