Probably the nicest looking cafe racer available directly from a showroom, the Moto Guzzi V7 Cafe Classic will be available in America for the 2010 model year. Over the regular V7 it's based on, the Cafe Classic adds clip-ons, upswept exhausts, a bullet seat, revised suspension geometry and 40mm Marzocchi forks for sportier handling. The 48bhp, 54lb/ft, 744cc, air-cooled v-twin remains unaltered, indicating that the Cafe shouldn't carry much of a premium over the standard's $8,490 price. Full details below.

Update: The official price is $8,999 and the only color initially available will be the matte green.
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