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Return of the Cafe Racers - Scott Pommier Moto Guzzi V7 shoot

Scott Pommier Moto Guzzi V7 shoot

“I’m happy to be shooting Moto Guzzi’s campaign – says Scott Pommier, straddled on a V7 on set at Mandello – it’s a real brand, with a real history. Besides – he continues- I especially love bikes with twin engines, that have the feel and the sound of a real bike. It is one of the greatest twin engines in the world, the Moto Guzzi with it’s V cylinders at a 90° angle, it represents perfect balance”.




2012 shoot for the Moto Guzzi V7 Stone by photographer Scott Pommier.

“From Pommier’s art and from his love of motorcycles a new series of photographs is born, which celebrates a symbolic piece of Italian design and technology and perfectly captures the soul of a motorcycle, a companion for life and all its journeys.” – Moto Guzzi

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