Most of the leading custom builders work on commission—they get a brief from a client, a direction is agreed upon, and a motorcycle starts to take shape. Compromise is inevitable, whether it’s around budget or aesthetic direction.
This Moto Guzzi Le Mans II comes from La Coruña in Spain. It was originally tuned in the early eighties by Andrés Pérez Rubio, a Spanish motorcycling champion, and was eventually brought to José Calviño Dominguezof Rizinewith its engine broken but with a lot of usable parts...
Back in the 90s, Moto Guzzi built a polizia version of its NTX 750 dual sport bike. Tall and imposing, it struck fear into the hordes of Italian teenagers tearing around without a license on mopeds and dirtbikes.
There are a staggering number of motorcycles in Paris. Sit at any café for half an hour, and you’ll probably see more bikes pass by than anywhere else in the western world: from 1980s roadsters to Piaggio three-wheelers to rumbling Harleys.
This baby is getting build back up again, after a long period of teardown, cutting, grinding, engine rebuild, ordering new parts, painting, making tank and rear end and so on ! Soon to be roaring the Danish roads!
Halloween has really taken off in Australia over the past few years. From being a non-event a decade ago, it's now quite a ‘thing’. Which got us thinking about posting a Halloween bike last week. But what are the chances, right?
There are three brands I always associate with the glory days of motorcycling in the 1970s: Honda, Triumph and Moto Guzzi. Four decades on, their bikes still have an enduring appeal for custom builders.
Kaffeemaschine is probably the single best Moto Guzzi custom garage in the world today, it's run by a talented chap by the name..Axel Budde (Possibly the nicest Moto Guzzi Custom to ever grace our pages - http://t.co/9iKZyFywtU...
“There are a tiny handful of builders who consistently hit the mark with every bike they create. In Italy, one of those builders is Venier Customs, which took home a trophy last month from the Biker Fest for this beautiful Moto Guzzi V75.”