DRIVEN readers are well aware that Moto Guzzi’s Italian motorcycles are long on sex appeal and style.

Their V7 model, designed in homage to the classic café racers of the ’50s and ’60s, has piqued our interest in particular.

The other night in NYC, Guzzi unveiled a one-off version of the V7 Café Classic customized by Philly-based Hammarhead Industries, known for modern interpretations of iconic motorcycles.

Dubbed the V7 Wayward, it packs plenty of vintage vroom, lean looks and stripped-down style.

What we like best, though, are the waxed cotton saddlebags or “panniers”—sort of like a Barbour jacket for your bike…