The front end of the V9 Bobber Sport looks pretty slick, though, with a shortened front fender and a lowered headlight framed by a black aluminum fairing. And who doesn’t like classic gaiters to cover the fork tubes? We also dig the special dedicated color scheme - the new, gritty orange on the fuel tank and side panels is kinda low-key and a nice fit with the Guzzi eagle logo done up in a burnished finish. It makes for a welcome change to the V9 Bobber's monochromatic blackness. BUT - you’ll still get the darker shades on the V9 Bobber Sport’s engine cooling fins, the billet aluminum fuel cap, the headlight frame and instrument cluster, and yes, the cast wheels, still shod with big balloon-y tires.