Moto Guzzi Honors Owner’s Club with Special Edition V7 Stone Ten

Dennis Chung
by Dennis Chung

The Clan marks tenth anniversary

Moto Guzzi is paying homage to its official owner’s club with a special edition version of the V7 Stone. Presented at the Motor Bike Expo in Verona, the V7 Stone Ten recognizes the tenth anniversary of the founding of The Clan, the official community of passionate Guzzisti.

The special edition model sports a tank painted in the style of the group’s official logo, with a black and checkerboard pattern on the top, red pinstriping and glossy pastel white sides.

Further red highlights on the eagle tank emblem, wheels, rear shocks and saddle stitching add some color to the otherwise black and white design. Other features include bar-end mirrors, a black anodized aluminum fuel filler cap, a black anodized aluminum throttle body cover, and graphite-colored cylinder heads.

Besides the cosmetic changes, the engine is unchanged from the regular V7 Stone, though the Ten does come equipped with Arrow silencers from Moto Guzzi’s accessories catalog, which give a slight performance bump to a claimed 65.7 hp at 6,700 rpm (compared to a claimed 64.3 hp for the stock silencer), and a claimed 55.3 lb-ft. at 4,900 rpm from the 53.8 lb-ft.

A plate on the handlebar riser recognizes the Clan’s 10th anniversary.

The Moto Guzzi V7 Stone Ten will arrive in European dealerships in April. In Europe, it will be priced at 10,499 euros (US$11,436). U.S. pricing and availability remain to be announced, though we can confirm that it has received approval from the California Air Resources Board.

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Dennis Chung
Dennis Chung

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  • Scott Burghart Scott Burghart on Jan 22, 2024

    I own one so will comment. Not sure where that comment about the "fat tank and thin seat" came from. The seat is wine and comfortable like a sofa. The tank feels perfect between the knees and holds 5.5 liters...easily good for 250 miles of riding. The power may seem modest but it is all there in the 3,500 to 6,700 range, where most riding is done. I have a more powerful bike but it needs to be ridden in the 6,000 to 10,000 range to get the power. So in real world riding, the Guzzi is plenty fast, really comfortable and really cool. And valve adjustments take me 30 minutes. Fantastic bike!

  • Joel Taylor Joel Taylor on Jan 23, 2024

    I just think it's a very cool looking bike!