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With the popularity of custom retro bikes showing no signs of slowing down (not unlike the bikes themselves), it’s not surprising to find yet another fantastic example emerging from the garage of New York-based Venier Customs. Following their work last year on a Moto Guzzi V75, the owner of this V7 wanted them to create something fit for both on- and off-road riding. Venier set about converting the bike from a cruiser into a hybrid scrambler, fitting a bespoke aluminum fuel tank and side covers, simplified dashboard, enduro handlebars and, of course, those super knobbly Continental tires to really complete the picture. The result is something several shades meaner than the original ever was, that looks more than capable of handling any terrain you could throw at it… or it at.

For more info on the work done by this legendary chop shop, head over to their website.

Words by AJ Gwilliam
Features Editor

Proud Brit. Pathologically addicted to white trainers (AKA "sneakers").

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