This attractive Moto Guzzi V7 custom comes not from an Italian workshop, but from the hustle and bustle of Tokyo. It was put it into the hands of Ritmo Sereno in Japan and you end up with a bike that looks like the one you see here.
The Moto Guzzi V7 underwent some of the more eye-catching changes including a lightened flywheel, Keihin CR carburetion, K&N air filters, Excel rims, leather solo seat and a custom stainless steel aluminum exhaust system extracts the maximum power from the motor. The brake and gear linkages are hand-fabricated, and the speedometer has been moved to the left of the fuel tank.
Source: Ritmo Sereno