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22 June 2020

BUILD IT YOURSELF – Alessio’s Moto Guzzi V7

Living in Pesaro on the Adriatic coast (Italy), Alessio gets on his Moto Guzzi V7 whenever he can to escape to the Italian mountains

Alessio bought a Moto Guzzi V7 back in 2018 as a gift to himself for his birthday. He kept it in showroom condition for over a year, as he wanted to get used to the bike, enjoy the classic design and the gnarly engine. Alessio then discovered BAAK and the various V7 we did, and this was the trigger for him to start modifying his bike.

From there, Alessio and his friend Luca, spent countless hours browsing BAAK’s catalog to create the ideal selection of parts to enhance the V7’s design and make it stand out. Among the longlist of part manufacturers available on the market, Alessio chose BAAK because he shares our values, loves the beautiful materials we use and is obsessed with the tiny details that make the real difference on a build.

Subtle mudguards, a flat leather seat in Gold, our short exhaust nicely tucked into some exhaust wrap so it pleases both hears and eyes, a few brushed aluminum pieces bring some contrast to the satin black livery… Alessio’s V7 has a bold character and a great look.
Since the bike is “done”, Alessio has been riding throughout every treasure his region has to offer, from the turquoise water of the Adriatic to the Apennine Mountains and countryside of the Marches. Pesaro is truly at the heart of one of the most beautiful region in the world when it comes to riding motorcycles according to Alessio, and we tend to agree with him on that!


His next project? As a true Italian, it will probably be based on Ducati Scrambler, with the hope that Baak one day develops a line of parts and accessories for this as well.


Heading to the Adriatic Coast? Here are 3 great addresses where you might find Alessio and his Guzzi: Stazione Gauss, Juri+ or Las Palmas Food & Drink.


Photo credits: Eugenio Mazzone – Gate17