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batteredshoes: Pegasus Ascending 



batteredshoes:

Pegasus Ascending 


pursang356: ” ride it ” www.pursang356.blogspot.com



pursang356:

" ride it "

www.pursang356.blogspot.com


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Loca Moto Based on ‘95 Moto Guzzi 1100 by Moto Studio

Loca Moto Based on ‘95 Moto Guzzi 1100 by Moto Studio

Bruce McQuiston manages the workshop “Moto Studio” in Miami. This shop belongs to the category of people who were born to build custom-bikes. In the past, he was fond of professional motor racing, was a driver and a mechanic. Completing a career in motorsport, Bruce fell in love with motorcycles and wanted to build a bike for himself. He then started making motorcycles for friends and eventually finished customizing on an ongoing basis. Bruce prefers to rebuilt Ducati motorcycles and Moto Guzzi.

Features of Custom Loca Moto:

Donor: Moto Guzzi 1100 1995
Weight: motorcycle facilitated by 45 kg (cleaned fairing installed lighter subframe parts made of carbon fiber)
Fork: inverted from Moto Guzzi Daytona
Damper: Ohlins
Rear suspension: upgraded racing shock absorber Sachs (full range of adjustments)
Frame: homemade material – aluminum 6061
Tail: homemade material – carbon fiber
Electrical system: homemade wiring harness, switches Motogadget

Loca Moto Based on ‘95 Moto Guzzi 1100 Engine

Loca Moto Based on ‘95 Moto Guzzi 1100 front light

Loca Moto Based on ‘95 Moto Guzzi 1100 Pictures

Upper side of Loca Moto Based on ‘95 Moto Guzzi 1100


Ad Hoc #5 Ducati Haptica

















Ad Hoc #5 Ducati Haptica


Royal Enfield ‘Thor’ by Sisaka Customs





















Royal Enfield ‘Thor’ by Sisaka Customs


Moto Guzzi V12 by Radical Guzzi













Moto Guzzi V12 by Radical Guzzi


Foundry’s Matchless Bobber





















Foundry’s Matchless Bobber


1965 Triumph TR6 SR Desert Scrambler by Pacific Motorcycle Co

1965 Triumph TR6 SR Desert Scrambler

Pacific Motorcycle Co.” is a very professional company located in Nelson, New Zealand. Local experts are engaged as customizing and restoration of classic bikes, and sometimes both, and so at the same time, as in this case – a desert scrambler Triumph TR6 SR. Motorcycle sailed to New Zealand from the United States, and for a long time. As usual, the condition was not very good, but the guys have done everything possible to restore the bike.

1965 Triumph TR6 SR Desert Scrambler Features:

Donor: Triumph TR6 SR 1965
Engine: Repair, it was dismantled to screw; installed new pistons, connecting rods and other details; All covers have been treated by sandblasting and painted
Ignition: Electronic 12-volt system
Exhaust: homemade
Wheelbase: repainted, new spokes and bearings
Tire-road
Shock: YSS
Saddle: redesigned, slimmer profile, too tight
Wings: a new front wing, rear wing redone
Light: the original, restored

Triumph TR6 SR Desert Scrambler right side pictures

Desert Scrambler engine

Desert Scrambler Front Light

Desert Scrambler left side view

Desert Scrambler seat

Triumph TR6 SR Desert Scrambler on stand