The boys at Cafe Racer Dreams in Spain recently finished up a new build, using a Moto Guzzi V7 Stone as a base. This isn't a insane build with a laundry list of custom work but everything added, and everything removed was intentional and with purpose.
The Guzzi was given a scrambler-style treatment with a definite vintage feel by way of the custom mesh headlight grill, thin steel fenders and old school seat. The Continental Twinduro TKC80 rubber rounds off the bike with an aggressive posture to the bike.
How sexy is that tank? It's inspiring us to rethink our plain old raw tank on the Bullitt OG.
The black Renthal Ultra Low bars pull together the off-road feel up front, coupled with non-distracting, minimalist electronics. The custom exhaust below was done by local specialist GR.
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