The V7 Racer pays homage to the racing history of the legendary V7 Sport, though the new bike makes a solid 20 horsepower less (50 vs 70) than the old Sport. Hopefully that will be rectified a bit when Guzzi makes a Racer on the new platform that’s coming out next year! Still, it is a pretty bike, and there’s nothing wrong with that.
The 2016 Racer was a limited edition (1,000 units) and like all of the V7 II bikes, it came with standard ABS. Changes from the standard were mostly cosmetic, though it also had an mechanical upgrade in terms of Bitubo adjustable shocks. For more information, head on over to the official Moto Guzzi page for the V7 Racer.
This example is offered by the original owner, and it has just 1,989 miles. It has several upgrades – Race Tech shocks, adjustable levers, Arrow slip-on silencers, a shorter rear fender, Rizoma mirrors, the tank/seat from a 2013 Racer, and a nose fairing. It got a service last month with an oil change and brake fluid flush, and it’s is ready to ride.
Find this Racer for sale in Long Beach, California with bidding up to $6,300 and the reserve not yet met here on eBay.