Celebrating 10 years of the Moto Guzzi Proud Owners Club, the official community of Eagle brand owners and fans, the company has announced the 2024 Moto Guzzi V7 Stone Ten. The new V7 was unveiled officially at the Verona Motor Bike Expo in Italy on Jan. 19-20.
The V7 Stone Ten shares the trademark “flying” 853cc 90-degree V-Twin with 2 valves per cylinder seen on its V7 stablemates, with air-cooled cylinder heads jutting outward from beneath the fuel tank. The V7 Stone Ten also features an Arrow exhaust system with Moto Guzzi branded silencers, which offers claimed performance increases of the Moto Guzzi V7 Stone Ten, both in terms of power, which goes from 65.2 to 66.5 hp at 6,700 rpm, and maximum torque, which increases from 53.8 lb-ft to 55.3 lb-ft at 4,900 rpm. The Arrow exhaust fitted on the V7 Stone Ten is also sold separately as an accessory for all Moto Guzzi V7 models.
Suspension consists of a nonadjustable 40mm fork and dual preload-adjustable shocks. The V7 Stone Ten rolls on cast wheels – 18-inch front, 17-inch rear – and has Brembo brakes, with a 4-piston caliper squeezing a 320mm disc in front and a 2-piston caliper squeezing a 260mm disc out back. Standard features include ABS, traction control, and LED lighting.
10 Years of Guzzisti Spirit
As part of the Moto Guzzi Proud Owners Club, the company says that thousands of riders who share the same passion for the twin-cylinders from Mandello have come together since 2014 to compare notes, share experiences, and meet at rallies and events organized by the community to become travel and adventure companions. The community currently includes over 50,000 members from all over the world.
The V7 Stone Ten expresses the vitality of the Guzzisti community through a new sport-inspired outfit. A black and white checkered stripe with a red border runs across the upper part of the fuel tank, blending with the black painted surface. The fuel tank itself has a glossy pastel white color scheme, contrasting with the black side panels.
The V7 Stone Ten’s sport nature is emphasized by the red shock absorber springs and the contrasting red stitching on the seat, both of which are unique to this model. The eagles on the sides of the fuel tank are also red, as are the words “Moto Guzzi” on the channel of both wheel rims. A plate on the handlebar riser identifies it as the special edition.
The equipment package includes bar-end rearview mirrors, which give the Stone Ten a more sleek and dynamic profile, as well as the billet black anodized aluminum fuel cap. The customized look extends to the V-Twin, with the head covers in an elegant graphite color and throttle body covers in black anodized aluminum.
The 2024 Moto Guzzi V7 Stone Ten will be available at dealerships from April 2024 starting at $9,990. For more information, visit the Moto Guzzi website.