A custom Moto Guzzi V7 that features both handcrafted and 3D printed parts.
The team at Vagabund Moto has won over plenty of custom bike fans with their modern and minimalist takes on BMW bikes and builds that keep their vintage soul. Now, the workshop has introduced their latest build, a custom Moto Guzzi V7. For this project, Vagabund Moto used the client’s 2019 Moto Guzzi V7 III. While they designed a more modern version of the bike, they also adapted it to handle different types of road surfaces.
Like with their other builds, the team used both handcrafted elements and 3D printed components. Among the 3D printed parts, the tail section, fork covers, and the housing around the headlight stand out. More minimalist and tight, the modified rear section also features a Shin Yo LED stripe brake light. One of the highlights of this custom build, the modified, custom welded Guzzi tank features a “split” design and a dual tone. The black section of the tank follows the frame and links the front and back of the bike. However, this change doesn’t affect the tank’s capacity.
A slender exhaust system enhances the clean look of the bike; it features a modified R100R pre-silencer with a black ceramic coating and a hand-finished aluminum end cap. Mounted on the side, the gauge also keeps the build more minimalist and de-clutters the front section. Other features of this custom Moto Guzzi V7 include Pirelli tires, Bitubo shocks, a custom license plate holder, a custom Alcantara seat, and a black and silver palette. Photographs© Stefan Leitner, Vagabund Moto.