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Highway pegs 2007 cali vintage


Just got it firing!
Nov 29, 2022
derry nh
I have a 2007 cali vintage. Do you guys have a highway peg recommendation. I like Kuryakyn but they seem to be of no assistance. Thanks.


GT Godfather!
GT di Razza Pura
Jun 26, 2011
Findlay, Ohio
I personally absolutely loath highway pegs, but that’s my hang up I guess.

However, unless you are planning to carve up your lowers (something I would never do) I would just remove the lowers and package them carefully and then measure the engine protection bar diameter and find a generic set you like.

Moto Guzzi is way too small a manufacturer for most aftermarket components to be made specifically for it. Especially one this old.

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Tuned and Synch'ed
GT Contributor
Jun 21, 2013
I have a '07 also and used Kuryakyn highway pegs. you don't need to cut into the lowers at all. They fit behind them no problem. In the summer I remove my lowers and then rotate the pegs so that they are in front of the bars. The bar diameter is 30mm (1 3/16"). The Kuryakyn clamp is a little loose so I used a old bicycle tube as a spacer. 4 pieces are involved, the bar clamp, a 90* extension the foot peg and a connector fom the foot peg to the extension. I'm 5'9" and prefer them in front of the bars.


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