Trying to learn how to draw my next bike, this is my first attemp, based on a Moto Guzzi Griso 1200, modified with 2 shorts exhausts, one exhaust manifold on each side of the bike, and cafe racer styled fork head
This bike started its life as a classic 1996 Moto Guzzi 1100 Sport — but is now so much more. For starters, the suspension has been re-worked, with the addition of a set of upside down forks and triple clamps from the Moto Guzzi Daytona, and wirin...
Venier Customs Moto Guzzi V7 -- Brooklyn-based custom bike builder Stefano Venier turned his hand to Moto Guzzi’s popular modern classic, the V7. His subtle but stunning re-do cleaned up the clunkier bits of this Italian 750. His tweaks included new aluminum bodywork, an elongated tank and seat, as well as a shaved rear fender with a stealth, integrated LED tail light. Fresh rubber & new forks, plus a bit of blacking-out here & there.
Meet Ferdinand the Sparrow: a slammed sprint bike built by Young Guns Speed Shop. Speed is its main mission, but there is infinite appeal in its gut-punch aesthetic. The 1200cc engine, transplanted from a 2007 Moto Guzzi Norge, is perched in a ’76 Le Mans 1 frame. The frame and forks have been modified to help Ferdinand fly as low as possible—with the oil pan constantly flirting with a cracked pavement disaster.
McMillan Moto Guzzi 992cc ex-classic race bike becomes street legal with new showa 45mm front forks, floating Brembos, BMW GS asymmetric headlights, bespoke Noble electrics and 1100 Sport gearbox and final drive, just needs exhaust, seat and fairing to assemble.