Revival Cycles have the amazing ability to breathe new life into your aging Moto Guzzis and give them a fresher look or give your new Guzzis a vintage touch, depending on your preference. The Austin, Texas-based workshop transformed a 2010 V7 Classic, 750cc V-twin roadster into a timeless masterpiece that boasts striking bare-metal aesthetics.

The process begins with the removal of the stock bodywork to pave the way for Revival’s one-of-a-kind creations: a carefully crafted one-piece fuel tank and tailpiece. Between the tank and tail panel is a handmade leather seat pad that elegantly fills the gap. At the front of the chassis, the original front fascia is replaced by a multi-adjustable traditional fork from the Yamaha R6S, seamlessly secured by custom CNC triple clamps.

To control the rear suspension, a pair of works performance shocks carefully tuned to Revival`s specs are mounted on a genuine alloy swingarm. To enhance the cafe racer vibe, high-set alloy wheels are integrated and cleverly mounted to standard the V7 hubs.

As these mods take shape, the engine is stripped from the frame, dismantled and thoroughly blasted to remove the black paint and reveal a natural satin finish. The refitted engine is paired with a bespoke stainless steel exhaust system with twin peashooter mufflers for a vibrant presence.

Revival’s unwavering attention to detail is evident throughout the build. From the spinning alloy intake manifold, to the discreetly hidden Jiffy stand, to the impeccably designed forward controls, there’s plenty of visual enjoyment.

Remaining hidden in plain sight is the cleverly rearranged and uncluttered standard fuel injection system and the electronic components cleverly integrated into the adjustable fuel module. The gas tank has a multifunctional Motogadget speedometer perfectly embedded in the surface and the handlebar clamp remains free and very clean.