- A big party was held at the ACE Hotel in New York City for the debut of the Hammarhead V7 Wayward and other 2013 Moto Guzzi models.
- Hammarhead Industries took a Moto Guzzi V7 Cafe Classic and stripped it down to be reborn as the Hammarhead V7 Wayward.
- Were it not for the small Hammarhead logo on the license plate holder, the builders of this clean, minimalized Guzzi would go unknown.
- No mods were made to the Moto Guzzi's 90-degree small block V-Twin, but it does receive a boost to its performance thanks to K&N high flow filters, a freer-breathing exhaust, and new mapping for the fuel injectors.
- Moto Guzzi brought the 2013 V7 Racer to the party in New York City, too.
- Hammarhead cleaned up the bars on the V7 Wayward by relocating the speedo into the top of the housing for the headlight.
- James Hammarhead stands with the end result of his hard work, the V7 Wayward lighter, faster, and rawer than the original.