Increasingly they are contacted by professionals who offer me their work, with special well-made, but they may be beautiful does not give me the same joy to publish a beautiful bike built by an enthusiastic
Because it shows that the taste and the ability to build beautiful cafe racer not a privilege reserved only for professionals.
This is the case of Michael Lind from Denmark presenting us this Guzzi 1000 SP II.
He has managed to create a perfect blend of modern and old in fact looking at the photos and reading the list of changes can be seen elements and components from more recent motorcycle.
This project required three months of work he did with his friends, having friends is a great wealth.
"I build the bike last winter it's all start as a fun little joke about how ugly the bike are from the beginning. But then I start and when first it gets fat tyres and stong fork it's looks more aggressive. Then I made the fiberglass rear end and custom up some of the gas tank.
I like details and it turns out quite good. Every part it's made by my self and friends.
And it took me about 3 month to make the monster many can't see how much I have custom made and for me it's the perfect way to do it less is more"
Some changes denote not only taste but also technical expertise as the rear wheel 5.5 perfectly centered in the frame, which is not common for a Guzzi
Hey here you get the info about the parts
Moto Guzzi sp1000
Usd front fork legs
Radical mound brake caliber
Honda cbr fireblade rotors
Custom made wheel hubs
Auto meter drag bike rpm Tasho
Custom made trippel trees my one design
7" led lens
Custom made fuel tank
Custom leather work strap and seat
Custom gearbox holder
Tarossi rear set
Black out motor
Custom Longer and wider swing arm
5,5" x 17" rim
Custom made exhaust
Custom made fiberglass rear end
Cleaned frame no brackets and short down
Little vintage look rear light
Antigravity 12cell batterie ind the tail
All electric hidden under seat unit
Custom made whell hub
Michael wants to thank the people who have helped and supported
Nikolej: Cnc work
Maki : mentor
Lars : bolt and volt
Jesper : slowbuild
Jandyman : fabrikation and Weld
Phillip paint : au2lakering.dk
Foto: Claus Christensen www.facebook.com/clauschristensen.dk/
Mia : my Girl