Moto Guzzi Airforce Is A Futuristic Café Racer


Moto Guzzi AirforceDeath Machines of London has unveiled a unique, one-off custom cafe racer: Airforce, as a tribute to Moto Guzzi co-founder Giovanni Ravelli, a WWI fighter pilot and motorcycle racer who earned the nickname “The Italian Devil”.
The custom cafe racer based on the Moto Guzzi Le Mans Mk II features a brushed aluminium bodywork, frame and front wheel coated in custom Airforce Grey, and the wheels were created from California Hubs fitted with Firestones tires.

Starting with a 1982 Le Mans Mk II, rescued from a yard in southern Italy, DMOL used a pair of 36 mm Dell’Orto carburettors to feed the transverse v-twin engine, while braking is taken care of by a pair of billet four pot Brembo calipers.The coolest part, the ignition, comes courtesy of a ¼ inch guitar jack with a built in immobiliser proximity sensor.

Images Courtesy of Death Machines of London

Moto Guzzi Airforce Is A Futuristic Café Racer

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